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Conspiracy theorists torch 5G mast, claiming radiation caused coronavirus outbreak

Conspiracy theorists torch 5G mast, claiming radiation caused coronavirus outbreak

People are reportedly lighting phone masts on fire and even targeting engineers after claims that the coronavirus pandemic was caused by 5G radiation.

Sam McGriskin Sam McGriskin
Veteran BBC journalist warns that vital Chinese coronavirus data is incomplete

Veteran BBC journalist warns that vital Chinese coronavirus data is incomplete

US officials recently spoke of a classified report that was released to the White House containing information on China’s incomplete coronavirus numbers.

Sam McGriskin Sam McGriskin
WATCH: Doctor on Joe Rogan says chloroquine shows promise, needs 'more testing'

WATCH: Doctor on Joe Rogan says chloroquine shows promise, needs 'more testing'

Dr. Peter Hotez, recently appeared as a guest on the Joe Rogan Experience to discuss the coronavirus pandemic and possible vaccines such as 'chloroquine.'

Quinn Patrick Quinn Patrick
POLL: Doctors say hydroxychloroquine ‘most effective’ coronavirus treatment

POLL: Doctors say hydroxychloroquine ‘most effective’ coronavirus treatment

A poll made up of thousands of doctors worldwide has rated hydroxychloroquine as the best treatment against the COVID-19 virus.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
Google to track people's movements and inform governments during coronavirus outbreak

Google to track people's movements and inform governments during coronavirus outbreak

Google has published the location data of its users to allow governments to track whether or not people are abiding by the social distancing measures.

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WATCH: Ecuador’s coronavirus whistle blowers reveal horrifying mass death

WATCH: Ecuador’s coronavirus whistle blowers reveal horrifying mass death

Citizen reports from Ecuador portray a situation more dire than what is reported to the World Health Organization.

Anna Slatz and Ian Miles Cheong Anna Slatz and Ian Miles Cheong
JK Rowling's 'Harry Potter at Home' set to entertain kids in quarantine

JK Rowling's 'Harry Potter at Home' set to entertain kids in quarantine

J.K. Rowling, author of the international sensation the Harry Potter series, has launched an online Potter hub so that children may stay entertained during quarantine.

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BREAKING: China lied about coronavirus cases US intelligence says

BREAKING: China lied about coronavirus cases US intelligence says

The country has allegedly under-reported the total number of cases and deaths in connection with the virus.

Sam McGriskin Sam McGriskin
India braces for the brutal impact of the coronavirus

India braces for the brutal impact of the coronavirus

Cases of COVID-19 are rising sharply in India, and there are concerns as to whether the country will be able to cope.

Collin Jones Collin Jones
STUDY: Coronavirus leaves widespread contamination in environment surrounding patients

STUDY: Coronavirus leaves widespread contamination in environment surrounding patients

A new study by the University of Nebraska Medical Center finds that coronavirus can linger in the air even after patients have left the area.

Sam McGriskin Sam McGriskin
Hungary uses coronavirus pandemic to squash journalistic freedom

Hungary uses coronavirus pandemic to squash journalistic freedom

Hungary passed measures to deal with COVID-19 that includes prison terms for "misinformation" and permits Prime Minister Viktor Orbán to rule by decree.

Collin Jones Collin Jones
Elton John 'cancelled' for misgendering Sam Smith during coronavirus benefit concert

Elton John 'cancelled' for misgendering Sam Smith during coronavirus benefit concert

Elton John is guilty of misgendering singer Sam Smith while hosting iHeartRadio's "Living Room for America Concert for America. Fans took to Twitter to recount their displeasure.

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BUSTED: CBS News uses footage of Italian hospital when reporting on New York conditions

BUSTED: CBS News uses footage of Italian hospital when reporting on New York conditions

CBS News has been caught using video footage from a hospital in Italy when reporting on the state of New York hospitals on March 25.

Sam McGriskin Sam McGriskin
The World Health Organization is to blame

The World Health Organization is to blame

On March 3, the virus had already gone global and impacted tens of thousands, but the WHO was more concerned with language policing.

Anna Slatz Anna Slatz
Tokyo Olympics rescheduled to begin July 23, 2021

Tokyo Olympics rescheduled to begin July 23, 2021

The Tokyo Olympics have been pushed back one year due to the current coronavirus pandemic and are now scheduled to begin on July 23, 2021.

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