With coronavirus spreading quickly with no signs of a cure yet, the entire world is in a state of panic. Because many people take to social media to express their distress, it has allowed so many ridiculous rumors to not only surface but also spread. To help set the facts straight and contain the panic and worry, the World Health Organization has released a video with 7 of the most ridiculous myths that have surfaced in relation to coronavirus and have taken it upon themselves to set the facts straight.
In this video, the WHO aims to debunk myths and answer concerns in a positive manner to help raise awareness on the status of coronavirus and how it can be transmitted from one person to another. If you’ve been wondering who is at risk of getting coronavirus or whether pets or insects are able to spread the disease, then watch this video and find the answers.
We’ve been hearing rumors on how this state of terror is bound to end soon as the summer approaches, but according to the facts in this video, weather conditions do not have any impact on the state of coronavirus. This means that the virus is able to live in cold weather, snow or even extreme heat and will still be able to survive in the summer. However, it is only able to survive for a few hours on any surface before it dies, making it easier to prevent it from spreading.
We hope that this video will give you the peace of mind you need amidst the chaos that is evident across the world and especially on social media.
These 7 myths about the coronavirus are very silly and very wrong 🤓
Posted by Cultura Colectiva + on Friday, March 6, 2020