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This widely circulated social media post claims to contain coronavirus advice from the respected Johns Hopkins University.
It doesn't and it's full of misinformation.
“Please don’t politicise this virus. It exploits the differences you have at the national level. If you want to be exploited and if you want to have many more body bags, then you do it,” said WHO secretary-general Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus.
It was another grim record for the UK on Wednesday.
Orangutans share 97 per cent of their DNA with humans so a rehabilitation centre in Indonesia decided to take extra care.
There is a growing push for relief from sanctions on Iran. But the advocates for sanctions relief are as misguided now as they were when the Iranian regime was facing a different set of crises.
Public Health England called the voice note "fake news" and urged people "to ignore the message and not share it further".
Lockdown probably worked well during the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic - but not now. Lockdown probably helped China, but it does not fit all countries. We are looking forward to seeing the European Commission helping its member countries to ease their lockdowns as soon as possible.
Makeshift masks may be be better than nothing, but they’re no miracle solution. They cannot and must not replace regular handwashing and social distancing measures.
This is the wacky COVID-19 car created to encourage Indians to stay at home and prevent the spread of the virus.
Wuhan residents are now permitted to leave without special authorisation as long as a mandatory smartphone application shows they are healthy
More than 1,700 people in the US died from COVID-19 on Tuesday, the country's deadliest day so far during the coronavirus pandemic.
The head of the European Research Council has resigned saying he has "lost faith in the system" at the height of the coronavirus crisis.
The COVID-19 pandemic is the biggest crisis since the Second World War, with more than a third of the global workforce at risk of "drastic" layoffs and wage cuts, warns the International Labour Organization.
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Euronews' political editor Darren McCaffrey on the life or death decisions European leaders are having to make amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
A UK charity chief is calling on people to keep a watchful eye on their neighbours as domestic abuse spikes in lockdown.
A controversy recently broke out on social media over the New York Times, CNN and the BBC featuring photos of Turkey in their coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic. The outlets published photographs of well-known Turkish landmarks in a manner that seemed to portray Turkey as a hotspot of the outbreak.
Euronews speaks to the European Union's Coronavirus Crisis Team, Cypriot Commissioner Stella Kyriakides about the COVID-19 pandemic and about when life will return to normal.
To cope with the shortage of masks, robots help Thai doctors and nurses reduce their risk of exposure to infected COVID-19 patients.
EU chiefs have made the European Parliament in Strasbourg available to French authorities to use as a COVID-19 testing centre
Italy is trying to spend its way out of the COVID-19 crisis, but the EU's second-most indebted country is already in financial hot water.
WhatsApp is aiming to slow down the spread of viral messages with misinformation on the platform amid the coronavirus pandemic.
With over a million people already infected and 50,000 fatalities, the race is on to find a cure for COVID-19, the virus which has arguably caused the most serious global crisis since World War II.
We spoke to an expert about why a patient with COVID-19 would be admitted to intensive care, and what happens when they are there.
Former comms advisor paints a picture of a determined man, who would not have enjoyed relinquishing control.
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has been designated to take over while the prime minister is in hospital, but the formal rules are unclear.