Rumours on WhatsApp claim the Chief Justice's son is critically ill with COVID-19, even though the family tested...
The US President and hopeful Biden have falsely been quoted about COVID-19 on a line from the American writer's letters.
The video is from 2011 and is not indicative of any gatherings post the Coronavirus pandemic.
The photos shared in the posts are unrelated and use a boy from a viral video with images of vaping illness patients.
Misleading posts, identical to Malaysia's lockdown announcement circulate online, after Australia issues travel
Two separate clips of residents queueing for a free vegetable giveaway in Wuhan, China have been stitched together.
The photo with false claims is originally from 2014, after VP Masoumeh Ebtekar was injured in a traffic accident.
A Facebook ad showcases a doctor speaking on unrelated topics to claim medical professionals approve of the product.
An image of a man hospitalised due to a lung condition has been shared with the video in context of the viral disease .
The footage circulated online weeks before the novel Coronavirus was first reported.
The image is a screenshot taken from the 2011 movie's trailer, and went viral after it was posted to Facebook recently.
The map being shared is a forecast based on past data, not real-time satellite readings.