Fact-checked by: Chequeado

2020/06/23 | Argentina

FALSE: A video with theories about the coronavirus during an anti-quarantine march in the Obelisk (Buenos Aires, Argentina).

Explanation: A video with more than 2 million reproductions circulates on Facebook and Twitter where a man reproduces conspiracy theories about the COVID-19 disease. These statements were denied by official entities, international organizations, scientists and fact-checking media from different countries of the world. In several of them the key characteristics of conspiracy theories can be noted.

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This false claim originated from: Facebook, Twitter

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