Fact Check-No evidence that COVID-19 vaccination negatively impacts male fertility

Posted on AllSides April 13th, 2022
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Claims that COVID-19 vaccination causes male infertility are still unsupported, experts told Reuters, despite recent social media posts reviving the longstanding allegation.

During the first days of April, some internet users pointed to an article on a website called Study Finds ( here ), entitled: “Male infertility may be a new symptom of long COVID.” Some users commenting on the piece have inaccurately suggested that COVID-19 vaccination – not so-called long COVID - is what causes infertility.

“More likely the shot. Another cover up,” wrote a Twitter user commenting on a tweet...

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