Justin Bieber and Hailey Bieber's medical condition swirls in social media with unsubstantiated claims 

Pop star Justin Bieber declared he has Ramsay Hunt disorder, a type of facial loss of motion brought about by a reactivation of the infection that causes chickenpox. 

Online entertainment posts have guaranteed his condition was brought about by COVID-19 inoculation, however there is no settled connection among immunization and the disorder 

A few posts have likewise outlandishly guaranteed inoculation was behind a scaled down stroke endured by Bieber's better half, Hailey.

Canadian pop vocalist Justin Bieber reported to fans on June 10 that he was dropping a few forthcoming shows since he has Ramsay Hunt condition, an interesting neurological issue that includes facial loss of motion.

"Clearly, as you can most likely see from my face, I have this disorder called Ramsay Hunt condition, and it is from this infection that goes after the nerve in my ear and my facial nerves and has made my face have loss of motion," he said in a video presented on Instagram, which showed him unfit to move the right half of his face.

Ramsay Hunt disorder is brought about by the varicella-zoster infection, the very infection that causes chickenpox.  

Like shingles, Ramsay Hunt happens when the infection, which stays lethargic in neurons after a chickenpox disease, reactivates — explicitly in neurons in the facial nerve. This can cause facial loss of motion as well as a rash on the ear and other ear or hearing issues.