“The bottom line is there is absolutely no evidence that the vaccine has an impact on your fertility, whether you are a man or woman,” Murthy said. “I have certainly seen that circulating on social media. A lot of people bought into that because they don’t know that it might not be true… we have seen many people actually get pregnant after they get the vaccine. We have seen many people who’ve gotten the vaccine during pregnancy and done very well.”
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