There is currently no cure for COVID-19 and there is currently no proof that HCQ or any other drug can cure or prevent...
Posts falsely claim that the US CDC says that positive COVID-19 results simply mean people have previously had a cold.
The ad links to a webpage that falsely claims endorsement from US health authorities and a doctor.
The CDC only records those who died from COVID-19 in its toll for the disease.
The Centres for Disease Control and Prevention says that person-to-person transmission is the primary way COVID-19...
Social media posts warn against eating cabbage during the COVID-19 pandemic, falsely citing a 'WHO report'.
The new virus strain has no vaccine yet and differs from the coronavirus that affects cattle and canine.
Videos claiming breathing deeply in these hot locations will kill the novel Coronavirus have been viewed widely online.
No Silver Lining: US regulators warn against posts claiming collodial silver can prevent or treat the novel Coronavirus.
The incorrect facts around the novel Coronavirus, as heard on Limbaugh's show, spilled over the internet later.
The US disease experts had issued the graphic about facial hair and respirator use in an unrelated context in 2017.
A Facebook ad showcases a doctor speaking on unrelated topics to claim medical professionals approve of the product.