As a new round of cases test COVID-19 positive in Malaysia, it seems that misinformation about the novel coronavirus is spreading more rapidly than the disease itself
The Ministry of Health (MOH) took to social media yesterday, 2 March, to warn the public about the new wave of fake news that has been circulating recently.
“Stop sharing fake news. This is causing confusion and making it difficult for MOH to convey real information to the public,” it said.
“Your concern is not an excuse to spread fake news. If you are unsure with the news you have received, stop sharing.”
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