Even with vaccines, the WHO says countries should not lower their guards and follow public health norms
Viral social media posts claim WHO has made a 'u-turn' on advising people to wear masks and maintain social distancing.
Scientists have challenged WHO's view that aerosol transmission of COVID-19 is only possible in healthcare settings
While no cure for COVID-19 exists yet, Malaysia's Minsitry of Health has labelled the claim as a myth.
The viral image from a three decades old Class 12th textbook of Coronavirus treatment is not for the new COVID-19
The Tagalong language social media posts are completely baseless and counter the World Health Organistion reports.
The new virus strain has no vaccine yet and differs from the coronavirus that affects cattle and canine.
No evidence supports the claim of social media posts that the novel Coronavirus stays in the throat for 4 days, either.
Videos claiming breathing deeply in these hot locations will kill the novel Coronavirus have been viewed widely online.
The 'evil things' listed include UV light, chlorine and high temperatures; claiming to kill the COVID-19.
Man recording the video can be heard speaking in Persian and stating he was filming inside a mortuary in Qom, Iran.
No existing evidence shows that COVID-19 spreads through cash amid growing chatter around its role in its transmission