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A video circulating widely on Twitter since October claims to show a man fainting in front of Britain’s Prince Charles after being vaccinated. A tweet with the video has garnered more than 1,300 views since it was first posted to Twitter on Oct. 25, and that’s just one of many posts featuring video sharing online.
the video, which has a voiceover, shows Prince Charles standing next to a man in a black T-shirt and sunglasses.
The man dressed in black suddenly collapses and people rush to him to help him. Many of the videos of this incident that were posted online have a logo that says #Resist, often used by people who oppose the Covid-19 vaccine, especially in the UK. The publications They also claim that the incident took place not far from a traveling vaccination site set up on a bus.
The video was filmed before a Covid-19 vaccine existed.
Our team managed to find the original video by running a reverse image search using InVID We Verify (click here to find out how).
It was first published in the Telegraph YouTube channel, a conservative British newspaper on July 9, 2020.
The video was also shared the same day by The royal family channel, a YouTube channel that shares information about the British royal family.
Various media, including the Evening standard, another conservative British newspaper, and the Bristol Post He explained that the incident occurred at an Asda supermarket in Avonmouth, a neighborhood of Bristol, a town in the south-west of England. The man received first aid and was in good health. You can also find a review of this incident at Asda Official Website.
The video was filmed four months before the announcement that Pfizer had finished its Covid-19 vaccine. on November 9, 2020.
At the time the video was shot, people in England had not yet been vaccinated. So this man did not pass out after being vaccinated.