Image of Ayurvedic recipe is viral in Sri Lanka as a remedy for the COVID-19, medical experts say it only treats fever.
The image is originally from September 2017 capturing panic buying in Houston, Texas (USA) ahead of Hurricane Harvey.
Infographic ignores other epidemics that do not fit the assumed pattern, health experts say the claim has no basis.
Health experts say the graph risks underplaying the novel Coronavirus, a new disease with a fast-rising mortality rate.
Facebook posts falsely claim the World Health Organization said that smoking prevents from being infected with COVID-19.
The unrelated viral images show chickens sickened with other diseases, COVID-19 has not been discovered in poultry.
No Silver Lining: US regulators warn against posts claiming collodial silver can prevent or treat the novel Coronavirus.
US Blood Centers confirm that they are not testing or screening donors directly for Coronavirus, but for general health.
The false claim originated from a satire site in Spain post the Coronavirus outbreak, showing a nightclub from Marbella.
A poster at the International SOS workplace had concealed the section that said to 'avoid large gatherings'.
The WhatsApp message is viral in Nigeria stating that Chloroquine Phosphate is a treatment for the COVID-19.
The artwork was created 600 miles away in China's Shandong province after the novel coronavirus outbreak.