Fact-checked by: Chequeado

2020/08/20 |

FALSE: The statements of the immunologist Roxana Bruno, a member of the group “Argentine Epidemiologists”

Explanation: In a radio interview, Bruno pointed out that the virus that generates COVID-19 could not be isolated, which is false. He also incorrectly indicated that vaccines against the new coronavirus are not being tested in animals and that PCR tests are not specific to detect this virus. In addition, he added that the new coronavirus has a cure and that the World Health Organization (WHO) prohibited autopsies of deaths from COVID-19, misinformation that has been circulating since at least last April.

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