Rumours on WhatsApp claim the Chief Justice's son is critically ill with COVID-19, even though the family tested...
After US Congress proposed to forgive the agency's debt due to the COVID-19 induced economic crisis, memes from 2018...
The viral image from a three decades old Class 12th textbook of Coronavirus treatment is not for the new COVID-19
A November 2019 video of a 'Black Friday' sale at a store in Brazil, has been falsely connected to the COVID-19
A video captures the temporary reopening of the border for Afghans to return home in early April.
Social Media posts falsely state that patients positive for the viral disease only had a history of visiting the
While the vaccine does not exist yet, the video being circulated falsely claims a cosmetics salesman to be forcefully...
Misinformation has been circulating online about the country's COVID-19 pandemic related lockdown.
Authorities had asked locals to gather at the mosque in Beruwala to receive testing for the novel Coronavirus.
The video being shared with this claim was originally filmed in August 2019 during pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong.
The Tagalong language social media posts are completely baseless and counter the World Health Organistion reports.
The photos shared in the posts are unrelated and use a boy from a viral video with images of vaping illness patients.