2020年欧洲杯小组赛赛程

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False claim: UK schools to open from April 6 in 'trial period'

2020年欧洲杯小组赛赛程A social media post has falsely claimed that all schools in Britain will reopen on April 6 after being closed to slow spread of the coronavirus. (http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=274188876921104)  

False claim: Bill Gates planning to use microchip implants to fight coronavirus

A viral claim on social media says Bill Gates is planning to use microchip implants to fight the coronavirus. Most of the posts say Gates will “launch human-implantable capsules that have ‘digital certificates’ which can show who has been tested for the coronavirus and who has been vaccinated against it.” The claim has been shared at least 1,000 times on Facebook ( http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1293255574198836&set=a.132183833639355&type=3&theater , http://bit.ly/3aoVnIV , https

Partly false claim: Drinking milk fights coronavirus

2020年欧洲杯小组赛赛程Shared 1,500 times as of March 31, 2020, a post http://www.facebook.com/TheBullvine/photos/a.188640787913468/2567215576722632/?type=3&theater on a page called “The Bullvine” claims that you can “Fight COVID-19 with a Glass of Milk,” since milk contains “lactoferrin, which is a protein that helps to fight off viruses,” as well as “Vitamin C and Zinc, which both play very important roles in strengthening your immunity.” It is misleading to say that drinking milk will help prevent or fight off COV

Partly false claim: Video shows food donations for those affected by coronavirus

Social media users have been sharing a video online that shows various food packets on the ground with a song playing in the background. There are different versions of the post with some claiming it is from Turkey and others claiming it is from Iraq, but all say that the food is being left on the ground as a response to COVID-19. Examples can be seen  http://twitter.com/doamuslims/status/1242010760991080448 and http://twitter.com/Alhamdhulillaah/status/1242297786097438720 . 

False claim: Video shows Brooklyn residents singing “Juicy” by The Notorious B.I.G. during coronavirus lockdown  

Shared widely on Facebook ( http://www.facebook.com/NotoriousBIG/videos/vb.201868243156569/1371341623068444/?type=2&theater ), posts claim to show residents of Brooklyn, New York singing the song “Juicy” by late Brooklyn-born rapper The Notorious B.I.G. (also known as Biggie Smalls) while quarantined in their homes during the coronavirus outbreak. 

False claim: Video shows healthcare workers celebrating France discovered the vaccine for coronavirus

2020年欧洲杯小组赛赛程Shared 157 times as of March 30, 2020, a Facebook post shows a video of medical workers walking out of a clinic and applauding on the sidewalk amid police lights and sirens. The caption says, “Breaking News: Apparently, France has discovered the vaccine for Corona virus. Many jubilate to hear the wonderful news!” ( http://www.facebook.com/salone4all/videos/vb.111885976886408/793652217792505/?type=2&theater ) This claim is false.

Partly false claim: Streets of South Africa lined with military in response to coronavirus

Posts and images on social media make the claim that the streets of South Africa are being lined with military vehicles and personnel. The post reads, “SOUTH AFRICA 3-26-2020. The streets are lines with dozens of military tanks and police vehicles. Intel on the ground confirms this is happening now. Are you awake, aware and prepared?” ( http://www.facebook.com/ScottLBiddle333/posts/1074370522943537 ).

False claim: Steam therapy kills coronavirus

Users have been sharing content online that claims steam therapy kills the coronavirus. Examples can be found http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10156942446685849&set=a.57485180848&type=3&theater and http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10213187900171988&set=a.2712306386763&type=3&theater .

False claim: UK’s National Health Service (NHS) bans alcohol consumption and sales in effort to combat Covid-19

An image shared by UK social media users (example http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=3174780479207908) claims that a strict ban on the consumption, sale and purchase of alcohol has been issued “with immediate effect” by the UK's National Health Service (NHS). The claim is made in an apparent text statement, entitled “Coronavirus: public information” which carries the HM Government logo and NHS logo at the top. This document is not authentic.