Last updated April 9, 2020

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During this rapidly unfolding situation, there is a lot of misinformation being published on social media. Here are a few important facts about Coronavirus; take this quiz and see how many you already know:


COVID-19: truth vs. fiction

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COVID-19 cannot be transmitted through mosquito bites

2 / 8

It is safe to receive a package from an area where COVID-19 has been reported

3 / 8

COVID-19 cannot be transmitted through food products produced in the United States or other countries affected by the virus

4 / 8

Some individuals infected with coronavirus will show no symptoms

5 / 8

Younger people are susceptible to COVID-19

6 / 8

Vaccines against pneumonia protects individuals from COVID-19

7 / 8

Cold weather and snow cannot kill COVID-19

8 / 8

COVID-19 can be transmitted in hot and humid weather

Your score is

The average score is 81%


To stay well-informed on the current facts about COVID-19, visit the World Health Organization and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention websites.

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