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This widely circulated social media post claims to contain coronavirus advice from the respected Johns Hopkins University.
It doesn't and it's full of misinformation.
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WhatsApp is aiming to slow down the spread of viral messages with misinformation on the platform amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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A viral post has been circulating in numerous languages claiming that lemon, baking powder and hot water, can act as a 'cure' for COVID-19.
We asked numerous virologists to explain why that's not true.
What started out as a joke on Instagram and Facebook has now become the bakery's lifeline.
Misleading rumours have been spreading on social media about a virus that has been known since the 1950s.
Viber has become the latest platform to team up with WHO and create a 'chatbot' where people can ask the most commonly asked questions about the coronavirus pandemic.
Life has been upended across Europe.
But the coronavirus pandemic has opened up a key question: where is the balance between privacy and public health during this crisis?