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A Facebook submit shared 10,000 times claims no Americans died from the flu in 2020, suggesting that the nationwide depend of COVID-19 fatalities is exaggerated. Data from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show that more than 7,500 Americans are estimated to have died this 12 months from influenza during the novel coronavirus. Facebook posts shared hundreds of times claim US President Donald Trump permitted a $2.5 million fund for Madagascar to mass-produce a herbal treatment touted by the island’s president as a treatment for COVID-19. The claim is false; there isn't a evidence Trump made any such assertion, and while the United States did give Madagascar $2.5 million to tackle the outbreak, authorities data on the fund’s use does not embody producing a treatment. Facebook posts shared tons of of occasions in South Africa declare that criminals posing as government officials are going around to people’s homes and distributing face masks that are laced with chemical compounds to knock them out and rob them.
The declare is fake; the Facebook submit appears on a web page impersonating Uganda’s finance ministry. The ministry has flatly denied partnering with any organisation for functions of offering grants to Ugandan entrepreneurs within the ongoing pandemic. A purported government decision has been shared in a number of Facebook posts in June 2020 claiming that the Philippine government has approved a motion to reimpose strict lockdown measures in Metro Manila, Cebu and Laguna. The declare is misleading and has been branded by the federal government as “fake information”; on June 15, authorities introduced Metro Manila and Laguna would stay underneath its present, loosened lockdown restrictions till a minimum of the tip of June.
The claims are false; vaccine candidates go through three phases of medical trials, are fastidiously monitored for antagonistic effects, and a number of medical doctors informed AFP vaccines are secure. A purported screenshot of an Australian Department of Health webpage has been shared repeatedly on Facebook alongside a declare it is evidence that COVID-19 exams “cannot distinguish covid from a cold or measles or ebola”. Multiple Facebook and Twitter posts shared lots of of occasions in June 2020 claim that individuals in China have stopped going to hospitals for COVID-19 remedy and instead 'kill the virus with warmth' via 'steam inhalation'; 'sizzling gargles' and 'scorching tea'. Multiple posts shared repeatedly on Facebook declare that budesonide, a steroid utilized in bronchial asthma inhalers, can 'cure' COVID-19. A photograph has been shared repeatedly in a number of Facebook posts alongside a declare it exhibits supporters of ABS-CBN, the largest tv network in the Philippines, gathering in violation of the country's COVID-19 restrictions.
The declare is misleading; some of the viral illnesses listed within the posts were first reported elsewhere in the world. A post shared hundreds of instances on Facebook claims that the Nigerian presidency imposed a curfew to allow Chinese corporations to build 5G masts. This is false; the curfew is geared toward slowing the unfold of the novel coronavirus. Authorities say 5G licences have not been issued to any corporations in Nigeria -- Chinese or otherwise.
However, local police -- like their counterparts elsewhere in the world -- dismissed the claim as a fantasy. Facebook posts shared thousands of instances claim that 5G cell phones will work off microchips secretly implanted underneath the pores and skin by vaccination for COVID-19. However, the posts mix numerous conspiracy theorists beforehand debunked by AFP Fact Check and consultants reject any hyperlink between 5G technology and microchips. A Facebook submit claiming that the Ugandan government is providing grants to native companies in an effort to cushion its citizens against the consequences of COVID-19 has been shared tons of of instances.
A declare that the whole Indian capital area including New Delhi might be positioned under a “full lockdown” for four weeks starting June 18 has been shared in multiple posts on Facebook and Twitter. The claim is false; as of June 19 no fresh lockdown has been announced in India, and authorities officers have mentioned that no such plan was into consideration.
The posts were shared after the government refused to resume ABS-CBN's working licence. The claim is fake; the photo has circulated on-line since February 2020, weeks before the federal government imposed COVID-19 restrictions and made mask-sporting mandatory in public. Multiple Facebook posts shared hundreds of instances claim the World Health Organization has issued a statement that cats and canines do not “carry” COVID-19. The claim is deceptive; a WHO spokesperson advised AFP they have revealed no such assertion; in July 2020, experts mentioned there was “little proof” that animals can transmit the virus to humans, but there was some evidence of human-to-animal transmission. A series of pictures shared tens of thousands of times claims that mobile testing amenities for COVID-19 carry an outline of the Egyptian “god of dying” Anubis as their brand.
Viral posts circulating in Africa claim Nobel Peace Prize winner Denis Mukwege resigned from the leadership of two COVID-19 task forces in DR Congo because he was told to manipulate patient numbers. The declare is false; Mukwege's resignation statement cited frustration at how the crisis was being managed, but nothing about faux sufferers.