These claims appear to have originated from a fake message circulating in Ireland said to be from “Dr Tim”.
We asked readers to send in their questions about the new coronavirus to help sort the good information from the bad.
The French health minister warned people with the new coronavirus against taking ibuprofen.
If you’ve seen some advice on how to deal with the new coronavirus that you’re unsure of—this is your chance to get your questions answered.
The NHS advises people to stay hydrated when they are ill, but this is not a treatment for the disease.
Not enough is known about the new coronavirus to say that it will disappear, or even have its spread reduced, in the UK as the temperature increases.
WHO advise the public to wash their hands after handling money, especially if handling or eating food.
There is no evidence of a link between the new coronavirus and 5G.
Analysis from the government estimates real wages after 15 years to be 6.4% less than had we stayed in the EU, but a US deal could counterbalance wages by 0.2%.
If you suspect you have the virus, the advice is to self-isolate.
If you think you may have the new coronavirus, the NHS advice for people throughout the UK is to call 111. Do not visit your GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital.
The pictures make a number of claims about the virus that causes Covid-19, most of which are unevidenced or false.
The Daily Express has wrongly reported the findings of new research which compared SARS-CoV-2 with other coronaviruses.
We’ve been asked to look into how the Covid-19 coronavirus compares to influenza.