Does this video show a fake or faulty leaky syringe? No, that's not true: This style of medical syringe has a retractable needle for safety. It is designed to retract the needle into the barrel of the syringe after use, and this helps protect medical workers from needle stick injuries and makes for safer disposal.
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This syringe pictured has two safety features, the retractable needle, and the pink "eclipse" cover. Lead Stories was unable to positively identify the brand of this specific syringe, but it looks to be identical to the BD Integra Hypodermic Needle with a retracting needle pictured below:
Two still frame screenshots taken from the video clip posted on Instagram show that the exposed portion of needle extending from the barrel of the syringe is not the same length before (left) and after the injection (right) as the needle is removed from the arm.
Here activation of the safety device may cause minimal splatter so for the greatest safety when activating outside of the patient, activate the device away from yourself and others.
The BBC also debunked claims on social media that cite retracting needles as "proof" that vaccinations are faked.