How to respond to 6 Coronavirus myths you’ve definitely read online

There has been a proliferation of misinformation online and we need to more careful about where we get our facts from.

Fact 1. There is no link between the coronavirus and 5G technology

Fact 2. No one is using the coronavirus crisis as an excuse to impose mass vaccinations

Fact 3. EU countries remain the best partners for each other — and are stepping up their solidarity

Fact 4. There is currently no known cure for the coronavirus

Fact 5. Face masks are complementary to other preventive measures, and they should be used and disposed of properly

Fact 6. The source of COVID-19 is of natural animal origin

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