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Karnataka man claims Covid vaccine gave him magnetic powers

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 15 June 2021
In a growing list of those claiming to have acquired magnetic powers after taking the Covid-19 vaccine, a man from Udupi claimed metal objects such as spoons and coins stick to his body and attributed it to the shot.
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