The CoronaVirusFacts/DatosCoronaVirus Alliance Database

Here is the database that gathers all of the falsehoods that have been detected by the CoronaVirusFacts/DatosCoronaVirus alliance. This database unites fact-checkers in more than 70 countries and includes articles published in at least 40 languages. Para búsquedas en español, haz clic aquí. Faça buscas em português aqui.

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Fact-Checked by: Myth Detector

2021/09/13 | Georgia, United States

FALSE: An American doctor claims that she had cured hundreds of critically ill patients from the coronavirus infection with the anti-malarial drug hydroxychloroquine and zinc. According to the doctor, wearing facemasks and imposing restrictions to tackle coronavirus is not necessary, because treatment with hydroxychloroquine and zinc is absolutely effective against coronavirus, although pharmaceutical companies and pseudoscientists try to hide this information.

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Fact-Checked by: Myth Detector

2021/09/03 | Georgia, United States

FALSE: In the spring of 2020, Dr. Zelenko developed an alternative method of treating COVID-19, which is a combination of hydroxychloroquine (Plaquenil), azithromycin, and zinc sulfate, and is 99% effective against the virus. Using these drugs in America Zelenko cured thousands of patients at home, including former President Donald Trump, from the coronavirus. Coronavirus vaccines are dangerous to human health, especially for children and young people, and most vaccinated people will die from various complications within 2-3 years.

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