Know The FACTS
  • It’s best to only take medical advice from a verified news source or directly from a doctor, not from a post shared on social media.
  • Perhaps you’ve come across a so-called “self-check test” for the coronavirus. If you do, just keep moving along. Experts reveal that nothing in it is accurate.
  • In the widely circulated message, a person is told to hold their breath for 10 seconds. If you are able to do so without coughing, you’re not infected. In another section, you’re told drinking water will ward off the disease.
  • Stanford University, who the message claims the advice originates from, has called it out as fake. Meanwhile, Dr. Robert Legare Atmar, an infectious disease specialist at Baylor College of Medicine, debunked all of the points to CNN.
  • How do you protect yourself against false information shared online?

 

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