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Garlic won’t stop it and pets can’t give it to you: Health authorities bust coronavirus myths

SBS Thursday, 6 February 2020
NSW Health has issued a warning against "false and misleading rumours, posts on social media and inaccurate reports" regarding the spread of coronavirus.
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