NEWS-BBC-WORLDNEWS-WORLD Coronavirus: Protective badges and cannabis claims fact-checked by staff May 23, 2020 written by staff May 23, 2020 Social media is awash with posts containing fake and misleading information about the coronavirus pandemic. We’ve been fact-checking some of those claims most widely shared this week. Image copyright STATE DUMA Image caption Members of the Russian parliament have been spotted wearing badges that claim to protect the wearer from coronavirus. Bogus ‘protective’ badges So-called “protective”… Source link BadgescannabisclaimsCoronavirusfactcheckedProtective 0 comment 0 FacebookTwitterPinterestEmail staff previous post Coronavirus in the Maldives: The couple trapped on never-ending honeymoon next post Heinrich Himmler: How a fake stamp led to the Nazi SS leader's capture You may also like She was tricked as a teen into prostitution.... May 26, 2020 Twitter tags Trump tweet with fact-checking warning May 26, 2020 Epic 7,500-mile cuckoo migration wows scientists May 26, 2020 Canadian citizen arrested after trying to sneak into... May 26, 2020 Chinese state-run media call US threats over Hong... May 26, 2020 Latin America is now the 'epicenter of the... May 26, 2020 Coronavirus: German Ikea parking lot used for Ramadan... May 26, 2020 U.S. Accuses Russia of Sending Warplanes to Libya May 26, 2020 Ex-Head of Australian Girls School Is Fit for... May 26, 2020 Dutch prime minister didn't visit dying mother to... May 26, 2020 Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.