AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Texas health officials said Tuesday there are no "suspected or confirmed cases" of Ebola in the state as social media posts have falsely suggested in the wake of immigrants arriving from Africa, including Congo, where an outbreak in has surpassed 2,000 cases. 🚨 🚨 🚨 .@WeBuildtheWall was just informed from a second highly trusted source that of 150 Africans that have recently arrived here at least 10 tested positive for #Ebola.… Read at AP News
Most Popular View all
Natalia Bryant Death Hoax: Kobe’s Daughter Didn’t Die By Suicide
Fraudsters continue to capitalize on the sudden death of Kobe Bryant by publishing misinformation about his family.
Was Coronavirus Predicted in a 1981 Dean Koontz Novel?
If a prediction is only noticed after an incident occurs, is it really a prediction?
Was Charles Lieber Arrested for Connections to Coronavirus, Wuhan Lab?
The arrest of a Harvard professor fueled conspiracy theories about the new coronavirus outbreak in 2020.
Did Barack Obama Pardon More Than 330 Criminals During His Final Week in Office?
A popular meme confused pardons with commutations and spread an erroneous rumor about the former president.
Did a Woman Give Birth to 17 Children at Once?
“The babies kept coming and coming and coming and coming ..."