Coronavirus (COVID-19) remains a major concern in health worldwide, and people are worried about coronavirus coming up in some cities in India as well. Coronavirus has been knocked in Noida in Uttar Pradesh. A person has been found affected by the coronavirus. Globally, the disease has taken the lives of many people. People are taking a lot of precautions to avoid viruses, but at the same time, there is a lot of wrong information online. We are here to tell you 10 things that are spreading online, and these things should not be considered correct.

Fake news on social media

In the meantime, do not be caught in false news or videos on TikTok, WhatsApp, etc. Take a priority check on each information.

Do not consult anyone other than doctors

Do not consult YouTubers or influencers regarding the coronavirus. And avoid fake news from spreading.

Special mask for Coronavirus

No special masks are available to prevent coronavirus. So, if you get online ads that claim such a mask, don't believe it.

N95 better or surgical masks

Health experts are constantly stating that masks do not take full protection, and it is important to know that the SARS-CoV-2 virus is very small in size and can easily reach you despite the N95 mask. So better masks between N95 or surgical masks are not an issue of debate.

Don't check out online symptoms 

If there is a suspicion of viruses, consult a doctor directly and go online and do not check the symptoms associated with the coronavirus.

Do not check or purchase any medicines, oil, etc. online to stop Coronavirus

So far, no cure has been made for coronavirus. Do not be caught in claims that a product has been asked to remove the virus. This can be a trick to save money. Do not get knowledge about coronavirus on any irregular website.

There is no Offical kit 

No official kit is available to stop the virus, so do not be caught in such false advertisements.

Don't be caught in scam or phishing toward the context of coronavirus

The Coronavirus virus remains a major concern all over the world and is sending false emails in the name of WHO or other global organizations to spread cybercriminal malware and entrap people.

Avoid sharing unverified articles, videos, etc.

Do not share videos and articles that have been received on your phone that have not been verified. In this way, people can sit scared.

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