There’s a lot of misinformation about Covid-19, so Full Fact is sharing its top tips on how to check if a claim is true.
This is not a real news story.
Not enough is known about the new coronavirus to say that the number of deaths in the UK will grow at the same rates as Italy.
Hundreds of thousands have shared claims on Facebook that pets don’t carry the virus.
A 2018 report from DEFRA did say that ethnic minorities should be encouraged to visit national parks and have better representation on park boards.
Russia currently has no nationwide restrictions of this kind.
This is a fake story that uses a picture of a lion in South Africa from 2016.
The adoption centre said they were worried by a number of phone calls.
The picture of the Italian Prime Minister is actually a picture of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro.
Posts shared thousands of times on Facebook make false – and potentially harmful – claims about the new coronavirus.
The viral post makes a number of claims about the symptoms of and ways to prevent Covid-19, but not all of them are right.
A widely shared picture claims to be proof of the military taking to the streets in Clapham.
If the item needs a signature, the postman or postwoman will sign it on your behalf.
There is no centralised data on the number of Covid-19 tests being conducted across the world.