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Coronavirus myth busted: Wearing a face mask won’t reduce transmission probability to 1.5%
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Coronavirus myth busted: Wearing a face mask won’t reduce transmission probability to 1.5%

Some studies have been conducted on the effectiveness of wearing a mask, but none have been on a scale large enough to make such claims.

Coronavirus myth busted: Kalonji seeds do not have hydroxychloroquine and will not prevent COVID-19
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Coronavirus myth busted: Kalonji seeds do not have hydroxychloroquine and will not prevent COVID-19

Not only does Nigella sativa not contain hydroxychloroquine, but also there isn’t strong evidence that hydroxychloroquine aids antiviral activity in humans.

Coronavirus myth busted: Drinking warm water won’t kill coronavirus
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Coronavirus myth busted: Drinking warm water won’t kill coronavirus

Health experts including the World Health Organisation suggest that there is no scientific evidence behind this theory.

Coronavirus myth busted: Mustard oil in your nostrils will not prevent COVID-19
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Coronavirus myth busted: Mustard oil in your nostrils will not prevent COVID-19

When it comes to chronic diseases or severe (and unknown) infections, it is safer to stick to the recommendations of health practitioners.

Coronavirus myth busted: Eating Chinese food will not spread COVID-19
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Coronavirus myth busted: Eating Chinese food will not spread COVID-19

The European Food Safety Authority has already said earlier this month that there is no proof so far that COVID-19 spreads through food.

Coronavirus myth busted: COVID-19 cases may not decline in warm climate
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Coronavirus myth busted: COVID-19 cases may not decline in warm climate

Michael Ryan, Executive Director, WHO Health Emergencies Programme, said that it would be a false hope to believe that COVID-19 would disappear in summers.