A December 2018 video has been revived, falsely connecting the term of quarantine detector dogs at security to COVID-19
A November 2019 video of a 'Black Friday' sale at a store in Brazil, has been falsely connected to the COVID-19
The viral video originally captures a 2011 choir concert footage from Turkey.
A video captures the temporary reopening of the border for Afghans to return home in early April.
While the vaccine does not exist yet, the video being circulated falsely claims a cosmetics salesman to be forcefully...
The Center for Great Apes in Florida uploaded the video in November 2019, weeks before the novel Coronavirus outbreak.
The viral video originally captures a band from Belarus, the Eastern European nation, singing the Tibetan song.
The video being shared with this claim was originally filmed in August 2019 during pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong.
The video is from 2011 and is not indicative of any gatherings post the Coronavirus pandemic.
Posts with patent numbers attributed to the US & Europe on the virus and vaccine respectively, are for unrelated
The video with the false claim originally captured donations for victims of the earthquake in Turkey in January 2020.
The August 2019 video captures a funeral procession for pilgrims who died during the annual Hajj pilgrimage to Saudi...