BOOM found that the viral video is from Italy's Republic Day celebrations at the Piazza Venezia in Rome.
The boy in the video speaks Spanish and the footage has circulated online before Italy recorded its first COVID-19
BOOM found that the message combines findings of recent studies on COVID-19 but extrapolates lines of treatment.
Facebook posts claim that aspirin, lemon juice and honey have been combined to make a home remedy for COVID-19 in Italy.
The photograph was captured before stem cell transplant at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center, Seattle, USA in 1985 by Burt...
Social media pages have falsely shared a still from Season 03 Episode 14 of the American drama TV series.
BOOM found the viral image is at least five years old, when Colorado based Second World War veteran broke down after...
Viral images shared with this claim were taken in Venezuela in March 2019, when people scattered defunct currency notes.
The fake quote is part of many misleading social posts about Italy's handling of the Coronavirus outbreak.
BOOM found that the images are old and in no way related to the current outbreak of the COVID-19 disease in Italy.
BOOM found that the image was taken in Spain on March 12, 2020 after Donald Trump sanctioned a travel ban from Europe
US Blood Centers confirm that they are not testing or screening donors directly for Coronavirus, but for general health.