The photo has circulated online since at least January 2017 in reports about conjoined twins born in the Mexican city of ...
While no cure for COVID-19 exists yet, Malaysia's Minsitry of Health has labelled the claim as a myth.
Health experts say that wearing shoes indoors cannot directly cause the novel Coronavirus infection to spread.
Japanese scientists are testing a new drug, while Phillipines authorities have warned against the online misinformation.
A misleading list of tips to contain COVID-19 mentions red-coloured soap, white handkerchiefs, and CFL light bulbs.
Health experts warn that applying toothpaste on pimples can irritate your skin.
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.
Indonesian news site cites doctor in publishing misleading report, health experts warn water alone cannot kill the
The claim is falsely viral in the Philippines post a volcanic eruption in the country in January 2020.
Image of Ayurvedic recipe is viral in Sri Lanka as a remedy for the COVID-19, medical experts say it only treats fever.