A magnet is directed towards a person's bare arm

No, your Covid jab isn’t magnetic

Videos of people sticking magnets to where they claim they’ve had the Covid vaccine have racked up millions of views on social media platforms like TikTok and Instagram.

Some people say there must be something magnetic in the vaccines and others have gone further to say it’s proof of a microchip – a theory which just isn’t true.

BBC Reality Check’s Jack Goodman debunks the so-called #magnetchallenge.

Video journalist: Soraya Auer

Motion graphics: Jacqueline Galvin

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