Fact-checked by: Estadão Verifica

2022/02/15 | Brazil

MISLEADING: Johns Hopkins University said that lockdowns are ineffective to stop the spread of COVID-19.

Explanation: The piece of paper was an article rather than a study that does not represent the university's point of view. Only one of the authors of the article had connections with the university, the others were from different institutions.

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This false claim originated from: Brasil Sem Medo blog

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