Andrew Bridgen Vaccine Debate Claims Fact Verified

Conservative MP Andrew Bridgen made some of the claims about the protection 

and efficacy of vaccines against Covid-19 during the 'Vaccines: 

Potential Harm' postponement debate he raised in the House of Commons on December 13.

Some of those claims were missing crucial context, so we took a closer look at four of them.

We previously checked the veracity of Mr Bridgen's claims about Covid-19 vaccines twice in recent weeks:

once when he misrepresented the Prime Minister's questions about vaccinations during pregnancy 

and lactation, and one at a time during a broader discussion about vaccines for COVID-19.

The document goes on to mention that "reports almost never exceed 2-4% of non-critical reactions."

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