Coronavirus: Myths vs facts
COVID-19 pandemic has grappled the world by its teeth. With no preventive measure or cure in sight and a lot of misinformation available on the internet, it can be hard to actually separate fact from fiction. From garlic water, bat soup remedy and weird self-tests, you will find a lot of myths and hoax messages related to the coronavirus
infection. However, we shouldn’t be the first ones to tell you that not all that you read on the internet or receive as Whatsapp messages from concerned relatives doesn’t hold true.
If you are panicking about the spread of coronavirus, here is help your way.