Posts with patent numbers attributed to the US & Europe on the virus and vaccine respectively, are for unrelated
The claim that 500 body bags of COVID-19 victims were delivered to a skating rink outside Adelaide has been shared...
The photos shared in the posts are unrelated and use a boy from a viral video with images of vaping illness patients.
The video with the false claim originally captured donations for victims of the earthquake in Turkey in January 2020.
Emergency response staff say the ventilators stock from the photo were sent to hospitals within 24 hours of their...
Japanese scientists are testing a new drug, while Phillipines authorities have warned against the online misinformation.
The August 2019 video captures a funeral procession for pilgrims who died during the annual Hajj pilgrimage to Saudi...
Government agencies overseeing the social distancing orders say there is no mention of spot fines for offenders.
Australian health authorities dismiss hoax claim about 'rescue packs' for patients with pre-existing conditions.
Misinformation around the COVID-19 spreads in Thailand, police refute the social media claims as 'fake news'.
An image of people holding the China and Malaysia flags have been shared in a misleading context over social media.
The virus was first detected during the Korean War in the 1950s as opposed to the misleading claims that it is new.