Fact Check: Pfizer Is NOT Sued For Adding Graphene Oxide To Their COVID-19 Vaccines


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Is Pfizer being sued for $3 billion for using graphene oxide in their COVID-19 vaccines? No, that's not true: Pfizer's COVID vaccines do not contain any kind of metals. Pfizer was fined for a similar amount in 2009 for illegal promotion of some of its pharmaceutical products.

The claim appeared in a Hungarian TikTok video (translated into English by Lead Stories staff):

Pfizer is sued for 3 billion dollars after it was proven that the COVID-19 serum is not a vaccine but a bioweapon containing graphene oxide.


(Source: TikTok screenshot taken on Wed Jun 28 15:07:07 2023 UTC)

Graphene oxide is not listed as an ingredient of Pfizer's COVID vaccine. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention wrote that COVID vaccines do not contain "metals such as iron, nickel, cobalt, titanium, or rare earth alloys. They also do not have any manufactured products like microelectronics, electrodes, carbon nanotubes or other nanostructures, or nanowire semiconductors."

Hungarian scientists also debunked the claim in 2021. Virologist Sándor Tóth told index.hu that because graphene oxide is complicated and expensive, it is very unlikely that a would-be mass murderer would choose to put graphene oxide in vaccines.

The claim was also debunked by Lead Stories' fact checkers in 2022.

Pfizer agreed to pay $2.3 billion in 2009 after the Justice Department found that they illegally promoted pharmaceutical products.


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