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The Coronavirus Collection: Viral Videos

Viral videos on YouTube and other platforms purport to deliver reliable information about COVID-19, but do they? Snopes investigates.

Published Mar 20, 2020

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Online videos can be a effective medium for disseminating important information, but they can also be used to spread disinformation and conspiracy theories. This collection features the viral videos about COVID-19 our readers have asked us to fact check.

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