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We are fact-checking the week's most popular doubtful debts and consolidation of The Work of BBC journalists investigated coronavirus disinformation.The White house is not to sell commemorative coronavirus coins
U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders was one of those furious about the coins.
your own website says it "operates independently of the U.S. government".
The coins, however, are not available and will be sold from The Store . You show a coronavirus germ, superimposed on a map of the world, with slogans such as "we Together against the invisible enemy" and "everyday heroes". The profits of the houses will be donated to sick.
The page you previously came to the attention of the media in the year 2018, if the coins sold to commemorate Donald Trump Singapore summit Korean leader Kim Jong-meeting with the North-un.Californian doctors " misleading lockdown-stats
A video in which two American doctors are calling for an end to the closure measures, a controversy.
The video of a Press Conference , broadcast on a local TV station in California millions of times on YouTube and Facebook. It was Tweeted by Elon Musk , has 33 million followers and is measures in its resistance against the shutdown.
In the video of Dr. Daniel Erickson and Dr. Artin Messihi is based on data that you have collected to argue for an end to the block, from their private clinics. They draw far-reaching conclusions from their non-representative sample, and claim that the influenza is similar in prevalence and mortality.
It is very difficult to determine what proportion of people die after catching coronavirus, because so far no country carried out samples, Tests on a scale that could help us to understand how many people actually have.
The current best estimates are that the Covid-19 death rate is just below 1% and in the case of the flu, it is 0. 1%. These are estimates, check the large-scale stitch would have to sample Tests.
On Monday, the video gained more views to condemn two professional medical societies, The American College of Emergency Physicians and The American Academy of Emergency Medicine , issued by The Doctors ' "reckless and inexperienced, musings".
The medical associations are the conclusions, the add in the video were inconsistent with the current science and epidemiology in relation to Covid-19: "It seems these two people are non-prejudiced sharing to promote peer-review data, their personal financial interests without regard to Public Health . "
"YouTube" removed the whole video, because there were violations of its policies.Bot-network
subjected to A disinformation campaign against a Chinese business man who has spoken criticism of the Chinese government in response to the Corona-Virus outbreak was exposed.
the BBC open-source-investigator Benjamin knit fake accounts are identified, the images and texts criticize, Mr. Guo.
A large network of bots would then retweet and comment on the posts, you to trending status with the tags #GuoWengui, and his name written in Chinese.
Between 27 and 29 April, More Than 200 accounts were created on Twitter, the only, the shared media to be critical of Mr Guo and his views on China's response to the Corona-Virus in Wuhan, and The Number of fatalities in Wuhan.
The Discovery of The last campaign, exposed, which pretends to be a large network of multi-lingual accounts, Russian, fake-profile-photos. The accounts appeared to support to be automated, a pro-Chinese government agenda and other issues.
Twitter has now been suspended, many of the accounts.Fake Nobel laureate quote
The posts shared thousands of times on Social Media in many languages and recently by the high-profile British businessman, Lord sugar.
But the Prof Honjo, 2018 winner of the Nobel Prize for physiology or medicine has made no such comments.
In a statement published on the website of the University of Kyoto, He Said he was "very sad" that his name had been, "false accusations and misinformation".
scientists say the genome shows the sequencing that The Virus came from animals, and it was not man-made.
Additional reporting by Alistair Coleman, Olga Robinson, Shayan Sardarizadeh, Wanyuan Song, Marianna spring and Benjamin knit.