The Ministry of Health issued a POFMA order against a Facebook post falsely claiming that a 3-year-old child died from COVID-19 at KKH.
Posts on social media are advising parents to be careful of common use vegetables, including onions that could be a harbinger of black fungus infection. Read on to know the truth.
Singapore government released a statement saying the news of the 'Singapore variant' is false.
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In a shocking turn, the original publication that released his story said in a note: "Although facts about his background have checked out, his story of bringing a gift to a dying child remains unverified"
The study found that while there are a lot of credible health news on social media, hoaxes and conspiracy theories are viewed and shared the most.