5 Coronavirus Health Myths That Need To Be Debunked

There’s something spreading more virally than the coronavirus itself and it has, arguably, even more caustic implications: misinformation.

An investigation by the US State Department discovered that there were a whopping 2 million tweets propagating coronavirus conspiracy theories during a three-week period between January 20 and February 10, according to The Washington Post.

The alleged cures are wide-ranging and increasingly ludicrous; some of the latest include eating garlic, masturbation, cocaine use, and drinking bleach. Obviously, no one should adopt any of these ‘cures’ unless, as Trevor Noah quipped in a recent segment of The Daily Show, “you want to kick-off the most rock-n-roll party of your life”…


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