Dose of Truth

Does the vaccine have a microchip?

No, there are no microchips in COVID-19 vaccines. One active ingredient is the mRNA, the rest is sugar, salts, and lipids which are common in a variety of other vaccines that have been previously used. 

NYTIMES – Article 

REUTERS – Article → this site debunks the the claim that vaccines have a microchip by proving the video that was circulating was false and out of context.

Does the vaccine cause infertility?

There is no scientific evidence that suggests that the vaccines can cause infertility. The body produces spike proteins which defend against the disease and is not involved in any way with the formation of the placenta. 

FDA – Article 

Vaccination considerations for people who are pregnant or breastfeeding:

CDC – Article

UChicagoMedicine – Article

Will this affect my allergies?

No. Anyone with a history of severe allergic reactions, not related to vaccines or injectable medications, can get the vaccine. People with a history of allergies to oral medications can also get vaccinated.