A viral video on how to relieve Covid-19 symptoms won’t necessarily give appropriate advice in all cases.
The message, which says ambulances won’t be sent to people struggling to breathe, and the government will prevent all outside exercise from “next week”, is incorrect.
Vets’ advice applies only to cats from infected or self-isolating households.
The poll was not representative of all doctors. 37% of doctors involved in Covid-19 treatment listed these drugs as among the most -effective treatments.
Housing charity Shelter says there has been a spike in evictions due to all reasons, though not as large a spike as found in a recent survey.
A tweet claimed three nurses from the same unit had died. The local health board said this was false.
A tiger has tested positive for Covid-19, but there’s currently no evidence that cats (big or small) can pass the new coronavirus to humans.
This was claimed by a fake BBC Breaking News Twitter account.
People have been claiming the new note shows a ‘5G tower’ and the coronavirus.
The hospital trust confirmed to us that it wasn’t filmed at St Mary’s and fact checkers have found it was filmed in Ecuador.
A video sent by a reader was claimed to show Covid-19 patients lying on the floor of St Mary’s Hospital, London. The video was actually filmed in two different Madrid ...
Fake advice to stay indoors overnight to avoid helicopters spraying disinfectant has spread all over the world
We were asked by readers to explain what travel is permitted under the new coronavirus guidance.