As the coronavirus continues to expand day by day, there are many untruths and myths that make the news. The coronavirus, known as SARS-CoV-2, has spread from Wuhan, China, to every continent on Earth except Antarctica.
At the moment, there are 114,614 confirmed cases, over 4,000 deaths and 64,276 recovered. Also, a variety of myths have sprung up around the novel coronavirus. Also, the word “pandemic” started to appear in headlines, making people become more fearful, and with fear come rumors and misinformation.
We’ll analyze some of the most popular coronavirus myths that are currently circulating on social media and beyond. Here are 15 coronavirus myths and conspiracies you shouldn’t be so fast to believe!