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President Cyril Ramaphosa did not receive his Covid-19 vaccine with a capped needle
Social media posts have claimed that South African President Cyril Ramaphosa received a Covid-19 shot with a syringe that still had the needle covered by a cap. This is false; various images and videos taken from different angles show Ramaphosa was vaccinated with an exposed needle.
Read the full article: https://factcheck.afp.com/president-cyril-ramaphosa-did-not-receive-his-covid-19-vaccine-capped-needle

Canadians do not face $2,500 fine, licence ban for smoking while driving
An article claiming that Canadians can be fined $2,500 and face a driving ban if they are caught smoking cigarettes behind the wheel is circulating on Facebook. The claim is false; there are no blanket bans on lighting up in private vehicles, although most provinces forbid the practice if a minor is present, in which case the fines are lower than claimed and there is no licence revocation.
Read the full article: https://factcheck.afp.com/canadians-do-not-face-2500-fine-licence-ban-smoking-while-driving

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