Amid the COVID-19 infodemic online, a double-sided pamphlet containing a raft of coronavirus misinformation has reportedly been dropped in a Melbourne letterbox. RMIT ABC Fact Check debunks some of its claims.
Influential medical journal The Lancet has retracted its heavily-criticised study into hydroxychloroquine, a drug touted by Donald Trump as a "game changer" in the fight against coronavirus. So how did the paper slip through the cracks?
Long lines form every morning in one of the Bolivian cities hardest hit by the pandemic as desperate people wait to buy small bottles of chlorine dioxide, a toxic bleaching agent that has been falsely touted as a cure for the coronavirus.