A misleading list of tips to contain COVID-19 mentions red-coloured soap, white handkerchiefs, and CFL light bulbs.
The new virus strain has no vaccine yet and differs from the coronavirus that affects cattle and canine.
'This advice has not been issued by us to our staff and the content is not official NHS advice,' Princess of Wales...
The video is from 2015; much before the novel coronavirus was detected in Wuhan, China.
The incident happened in Belgium after which the man was arrested
WHO has warned that bathing or showering in very hot water can be 'harmful'
Indian authorities have dismissed the claim and have called it false
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.
The video is old and shows a tsunami in Miyagi prefecture in Japan.
The company said the vaccine still requires human testing and will not be made available until at least the end of 2020.
Videos claiming breathing deeply in these hot locations will kill the novel Coronavirus have been viewed widely online.