Alicia Martinez holds her vaccination card while resting after her second shot of China's Sinovac COVID-19 vaccine in the…
Alicia Martinez holds her vaccination card while resting after her second shot of China's Sinovac COVID-19 vaccine in the outdoor patio of a home for the elderly in Santiago, Chile.

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Daily Debunk

Claim: Vaccination recipients should not laminate their COVID-19 vaccination record cards because it could render them useless or invalid.

Verdict: Mixture

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Social Media Disinfo

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Circulating on social media: A video claiming to show people posing as fake COVID-19 victims “for the news,” including one smoking a cigarette.

Verdict: False

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Factual Reads on Coronavirus

Americans' Worry About Catching COVID-19 Drops to Record Low
At the same time Americans' satisfaction with the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine has surged, their concerns about getting the virus and about the availability of coronavirus tests and hospital services/treatment have fallen to record lows.
-- Gallup, April 6