While Facebook had pledged to take down misinformation regarding COVID-19, the ads by Sinha were allowed to run.
Wearing a mask and following norms of social distancing reduces the chances of transmission by more than 50%
As people go back to their routines after the lockdown is lifted, a doctor explains what precautions to take
Facebook posts falsely claim that citizens in the US had started being infected by the coronavirus since November 2019.
The photo being shared is from a scene from the US TV show The Walking Dead.
The image being shared is an old photo and is not a photo of a throat infected with novel coronavirus as claimed.
Experts say that hand sanitiser is safe to use around pets and only large amounts of it could be potentially toxic to...
Experts say that there is no evidence that 5G radiation can cause COVID-19 or any other human disease.
US President Donald Trump's suggestion that injecting disinfectant to treat COVID-19 is harmful to humans warn health...
Posts with a 1-800 number listed as a helpline to track US stimulus payments are actually listing phone sex numbers.
A video from an Algerian TV show is being shared with the claim that COVID-19 patients in Italy are committing suicide.
A photo of victims of the 2004 Tsunami is being shared as a photo of COVID-19 victims.