Fake News Spreads Like a Pandemic

There is nothing more dangerous than spreading fake news. Fake news makes people nervous and can affect the psyche. Fake news can bring unnecessary stress as well as situations that are not warranted.

As the Philippines turns its eyes to the COVID-19 outbreak, misinformation about the coronavirus spreads like a pandemic disease on social media.

Irresponsible tips on how to stop the coronavirus have gone viral on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and other social media platforms. And like any other fake news, it sounds too good to be true.


With the community quarantine in place in affected cities, Filipinos need to get the right information from the right experts. When social media is wrought with harmful and dangerous misinformation, credible sources of pertinent news is needed more than ever.

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Hi! Let's all try to add more positivity in this world and adhere to the saying, "if you don't have anything nice to say, keep silent."

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