MythBusters: No, Eating Spicy Food Will Not Give You Coronavirus
Fake news around Wuhan Coronavirus has taken over social media. Here's busting some obvious myths.
Fake news around Wuhan Coronavirus has taken over social media. Here's busting some obvious myths. (Photo: iStock)

MythBusters: No, Eating Spicy Food Will Not Give You Coronavirus

Novel coronavirus outbreak in China and consequently across the world has lead to a spur in fake news, medical misinformation and viral messages that make little sense. Even as the World Health Organisation declares the outbreak a Public Health Emergency of International Concern, we are busting some obvious myths.

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