Debunked: Misinformation Surrounding COVID-19 Viral On WhatsApp

In this era, the spread of misinformation is rampant, necessitating the ability to differentiate between fact and fiction, particularly during a global health crisis like COVID-19. Unfortunately, misleading messages and rumors proliferate, obscuring our understanding of the truth. Here at WADD.aisa, we aim to debunked a prevalent falsehood wrongly associated with the Ministry of Health, Singapore

False Claims and Their Origins:

A circulating message falsely posits that Singapore conducted an autopsy on a COVID-19 patient, concluding that the virus is a bacterium irradiated with adverse effects on blood coagulation and human life. Additionally, it asserts that treatment protocols have been altered, substituting aspirin for COVID-19 patients. However, it is important to note that these claims are completely baseless and do not originate from the Ministry of Health, Singapore. Similar falsehoods have been debunked in other countries, warranting a closer examination of the truth.

Below is the viral message that has been circulating via WhatsApp and other social media. 

(中英對照!請往下看完) 

????Singapore has become the first country in the world to perform an autopsy (post-mortem) for a Covid-19 corpse.  After a thorough investigation, it was discovered that Covid-19 does not exist as a virus, but rather a bacterium that has been exposed to radiation and causes human death by coagulation in the blood.

Covid-19 disease has been found to cause blood clotting, which causes blood clotting in humans and causes blood clotting in the veins, which makes it difficult for a person to breathe because the brain, heart and lungs cannot receive oxygen, causing people to die quickly.

To find the cause of the shortage of respiratory energy, doctors in Singapore did not listen to the WHO protocol and performed an autopsy on COVID-19.  After doctors opened arms, legs, and other parts of the body and carefully examined them, they noticed that the blood vessels were dilated and filled with blood clots, which impeded blood flow and also reduced the flow of oxygen.  In the body it causes the death of the patient.  After learning about this research, the Singapore Ministry of Health immediately changed the treatment protocol for Covid-19 and gave aspirin to its positive patients.  I started taking 100 mg and Imromac.  As a result, patients began to recover and their health began to improve.  The Singapore Ministry of Health evacuated more than 14,000 patients in one day and sent them home.

After a period of scientific discovery, doctors in Singapore explained the treatment method by saying that the disease is a global trick, “It is nothing but a coagulation inside blood vessels (blood clots) and a method of treatment.

Antibiotic tablets

Anti-inflammatory and Take an anticoagulant (aspirin).

This indicates that it is possible to treat the disease.

According to other Singapore scientists, ventilators and an intensive care unit (ICU) were never needed.  Protocols for this effect have already been published in Singapore

China already knows this, but it has never released its report.

Share this information with your family, neighbors, acquaintances, friends and colleagues so that they can get rid of the fear of Covid-19 and realize that this is not a virus, but a bacterium that has only been exposed to radiation.  Only people with very low immunity should be careful.  This radiation also causes inflammation and hypoxia.  Victims should take Asprin-100mg and Apronik or Paracetamol 650mg.

Source: Singapore Ministry of Health

????新加坡已成為世界上第一個對 Covid-19 屍體進行屍檢(驗屍)的國家。 經過徹底調查,發現 Covid-19 並不作為病毒存在,而是一種暴露於輻射並通過血液凝固導致人類死亡的細菌。

已發現 Covid-19 疾病會導致血液凝固,這會導致人類血液凝固並導致靜脈血液凝固,從而使人呼吸困難,因為大腦、心臟和肺部無法獲得氧氣,導致人們死亡 迅速地。

為了找出呼吸能量不足的原因,新加坡的醫生沒有聽從世衛組織的規程,而是對 COVID-19 進行了屍檢。 醫生打開胳膊、腿等身體部位仔細檢查後,發現血管擴張並充滿血塊,阻礙了血液流動,也減少了氧氣的流動。 在體內,它會導致患者死亡。 得知這項研究後,新加坡衛生部立即更改了 Covid-19 的治療方案,並為其陽性患者服用了阿司匹林。 我開始服用 100 毫克和 Imromac。 結果,患者開始康復,他們的健康狀況開始好轉。 新加坡衛生部一天內疏散了 14,000 多名患者並將他們送回家。

經過一段時間的科學發現,新加坡的醫生解釋了治療方法,說這種疾病是全球性的伎倆,“它只不過是血管內的凝固(血塊)和治療方法。

抗生素片

抗炎和服用抗凝劑(阿司匹林)。

這表明可以治療該疾病。

據其他新加坡科學家稱,從來不需要呼吸機和重症監護室 (ICU)。 這種效果的協議已經在新加坡公佈

中國已經知道這一點,但從未發布過報告。

與您的家人、鄰居、熟人、朋友和同事分享這些信息,讓他們擺脫對 Covid-19 的恐懼,並意識到這不是病毒,而是只暴露於輻射的細菌。 只有免疫力非常低的人才應該小心。 這種輻射還會引起炎症和缺氧。 受害者應服用 Asprin-100mg 和 Apronik 或 Paracetamol 650mg。

資料來源:新加坡衛生部

Fact #1: No Autopsy or Treatment Protocol Changes:

Contrary to the message's assertions, Singapore has not conducted autopsies supporting the claim that COVID-19 is a bacterium affected by radiation. Moreover, treatment protocols for COVID-19 patients remain unchanged. It is imperative to recognise that the message lacks scientific validity and is rooted in misinformation.

Fact #2: COVID-19 Is Viral, Not Bacterial:

Extensive scientific research and overwhelming evidence confirm that COVID-19 stems from the SARS-CoV-2 virus, not bacteria. The World Health Organization (WHO) consistently emphasizes this fact and discredits the notion that bacteria cause COVID-19. While bacterial infections may occur as secondary complications, COVID-19 itself is predominantly caused by a virus.

Fact #3: Aspirin Is Ineffective Against COVID-19:

Contrary to the message's claims, aspirin does not directly combat the COVID-19 virus. It is crucial to understand that no known cure for COVID-19 exists. If you experience symptoms or suspect infection, seeking prompt medical attention is vital for testing and receiving appropriate treatment.

It is crucial to remain vigilant and discerning in our pursuit of accurate information. The widespread dissemination of falsehoods falsely attributed to the Ministry of Health, Singapore, surrounding COVID-19 serves as a stark reminder. It is our responsibility to verify information from reliable sources and abstain from perpetuating unverified claims that fuel unnecessary panic.

Keep us know of suspicious Facebook pages, groups, accounts, websites, articles, or photos by contacting us at admin@wadd.asia.

Let us battle disinformation one at a time.

Source: www.moh.gov.sg

 


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