Over the past few weeks, the Observer team has been trying to combat the false information that circulates on social networks, within the scope of the fact checking partnership it did with Facebook, to verify the credibility of the shared posts. All the following fact checks are dated – from the oldest to the most recent – and conclusions were drawn on those dates. To read our articles, just click on the link in each of them, listed below. This article will be constantly updated as we check the veracity of the publications shared on social networks. The Observer is committed to combating false information.
Whenever you read something on Facebook, pay attention to its origin and check if it comes from a credible source. The page of the Directorate-General for Health has the official numbers, updated daily, in the Observer we are permanently monitoring all the news related to Covid-19. In this article you can find all the fact checks done, but you can find them independently on our website and app. We have a live blog permanently open with all updates about the virus.
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