COVID-19 Myths Debunked

Stanford University's Dr. Seema Yasmin debunks some of the top myths spreading about coronavirus.
We debunk some of the top myths spreading about COVID-19. (AP Photo/George Calin)

As the coronavirus continues to spread, a lot of misinformation about the pandemic is also circulating.

Some articles falsely claim certain groups of people are more immune to infection and promote dangerous home remedies.

is here to debunk some of these bogus claims. She’s a clinical assistant professor

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