COVID-19 Facts and Misinformation

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Timothy Caulfield, a law professor at the University of Alberta, and journalist Jane Lytvynenko, a BuzzFeed News reporter who focuses on disinformation, security, and online investigations, help separate fact from fiction about the coronavirus - from claims of miracle cures to scams and bogus advice about how to boost your immune system.
Episode:
COVID-19 in Ontario; The Dark Side of Airbnb
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Aired:
Mar 18, 2020
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