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The British government said on Feb 4 it was telling social media giants to take down posts containing coronavirus disinformation over concern that many in minority communities were refusing to be vaccinated.
Residents of the Spanish island of La Gomera have started downloading a new app on their phones aimed at stopping the spread of Covid-19 infections in a pilot which will test the technology by simulating an outbreak of the disease.
A new study has found that higher numbers of people are taking interest in untried and possibly dangerous therapies to treat the novel coronavirus after they were recommended by high-profile US public figures.
The worldwide race to protect people against unwitting coronavirus carriers intensified on April 2, pitting governments against each other in the race to buy protective gear and prompting new questions about who should wear masks, get temperature checks or even be permitted to go outside.
No one has been diagnosed with the new coronavirus in Alabama, but unfounded social-media rumours run so wild that the state public health department assigned a staffer to stamp them out.
Wikipedia's Farsi-language website appears to be disrupted in Iran after a close confidant to the country's supreme leader died of the new coronavirus, an activist group said Tuesday, as the Islamic Republic suffers the highest death rate from the epidemic outside of China.
As coronavirus fear grips the globe, the Chinese capital and its more than 20 million residents have practically come to a standstill.
When a person dies, they continue to exist on Facebook, because a password is needed to delete an account.