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The Coronavirus Collection: Memes and Misinformation

Snopes investigates the memes, rumors, jokes, and misinformation spreading on social media in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.

Published Mar 5, 2020

15 September 2019, Berlin: The Facebook logo on the jumped display of a smartphone indicates the number of unread notifications with the number 100. The apps of the settings, Slack, Trilian, Gmail, Apple Store, Maps, Google Maps and Instagram are grouped around it. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB (Photo by Soeren Stache/picture alliance via Getty Images) (Photo by Soeren Stache/picture alliance via Getty Images)
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No matter what the news event is, we'll always see memes. COVID-19 is no exception. In this collection, Snopes investigates the memes, rumors, jokes, and misinformation spreading on social media in the wake of the 2020 coronavirus outbreak.

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