10 Ridiculous Coronavirus Myths, Busted

Similar to when we head into the kitchen to make some popcorn in between episodes of The Office on Netflix, contemporary life seems to be paused because of the COVID-19 pandemic. We’re all sitting in our homes, waiting for life to go back to normal. Sadly, it doesn’t look like that’s going to happen any time soon. Plus, when the self-isolation rules begin to loosen, it’s not like our lives will even look anything like they did before the outbreak. While we’re waiting, the best thing we can do is to stay informed and not believe all of the nonsense on the internet (this site exempted, of course). That’s why we decided to debunk some of the widely circulated internet myths surrounding coronavirus.

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