Doctor 'clears The Record', Debunks Ten Myths About Coronavirus

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The current crisis regarding coronavirus has raised quite a few questions in the minds of people and this doctor debunks top ten myths surrounding coronavirus.

Written By Bhavya Sukheja | Mumbai | Updated On:
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The current crisis regarding coronavirus has raised quite a few questions in the minds of people and several people are also panicking and believing all sorts of advisories. To bust some of the most common myths, a Chief Quality Officer and Chief of Infectious Diseases at the University of Maryland took to Twitter to ‘clear the record’. From ‘do mosquitoes spread coronavirus’ to ‘coronavirus will go in summer months’, Dr Faheem Younus bust top ten myths which have surrounded the global pandemic. 

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There have been several false conceptions which are doing rounds on the internet. In a series of tweet, Dr Younus bust myths and even advises that washing hands and maintaining six feet distance is the best practice. Furthermore, he also explains how drinking excessive water won’t wash the virus away. 

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