Explanation: The article was corrected to say that trials were non-clinical, meaning they did not test on people, but social media posts are still spreading the article's original incorrect assertion that the drug was proven effective against Covid-19 in human test subjects.Read the Full Article (AFP)
This false claim originated from: Reuters
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