Last updated on April 15th, 2020
As the zoonotic coronavirus continues to spread globally, social media posts and news articles concerning the outbreak are also surfacing. While everyone wants and needs to stay updated and informed about any progress made in curbing the disease, most of the people unfortunately fall prey to and rely on misleading or inaccurate information. They tend to believe in every piece of information that is thrown at them.
Besides fake news and messages, what is doing the rounds is all kinds of myths, confusions, and rumours about the disease, like how it started, what you can do to protect yourself from the deadly virus, who are more prone to getting infected, and ways to keep the disease at bay.
This relentless flood of too much information is only sparking a sense of fear, worsening the situation, affecting the mindset of millions, and moreover, making it difficult for the people to differentiate between fact and fiction.
Realizing the fact that misinformation can be dangerous and that you should be aware of the facts amid the outbreak, we have come up with a comprehensive list of 14 commonly believed myths, debunking them to ensure that you get the right information.
Take a look at the below infographic and get your facts right.
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