A VIDEO shared online of an alleged care worker claiming the vaccine is the cause of death for many of their residents has been dismissed as fake.

The man who appears in the clip said residents of his home were “falling like flies” and said he had no choice but to speak up.

He was wrongly identified as an employee for Pemberley House Care Home in Viables after confusion arose when a Czech Republic media outlet wrote an article about the Basingstoke outbreak.

However, The Gazette can confirm the individual does not work for the Basingstoke-based care home.

A spokesman for Avery Healthcare, the private firm who runs Pemberley House, has confirmed he is not a member of staff at their facilities.

They said: I can confirm he isn’t a member of our staff.”

The video, which appears to have originated in America, has been shared multiple times online.

David Formanek who wrote the article falsely claimed the resident’s deaths were caused by the vaccine.

In the article he attached a link to a video which shows an alleged care home worker James Devalon spreading vaccine misinformation.

As previously reported the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHPRA) said their surveillance does not suggest that the Covid-19 vaccines have contributed to the deaths at the care home.

The agency is responsible for ensuring that medicines, medical devices, and vaccines meet applicable standards of safety, quality, and efficacy.

A spokesperson for the MHRA said there was no suggestion the deaths were linked to the vaccine, saying: “We are saddened to hear about any deaths which have occurred since receiving Covid-19 vaccination. However, our surveillance does not suggest that the Covid-19 vaccines have contributed to any deaths.

“It is not unexpected that some of these people may naturally fall ill due to their age or underlying conditions shortly after being vaccinated, without the vaccine playing any role in that.

"We have robust surveillance systems in place to rapidly review all reports of suspected side effects to determine whether these are possible new risks, or coincidental.”

Government advice states that one “can not catch Covid-19 from the vaccine but it is possible to have caught Covid-19 and not realise you have the symptoms until after your vaccination appointment”, adding that it may take “a week or two” after the first dose to build up protection.