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Coronavirus Myths vs Facts Quiz

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Coronavirus Myths vs Facts Quiz

There’s a lot of information out there on social media and the internet about coronavirus, but how much of it is actually true? It’s important to know the facts and be able to share accurate information with your friends and family. Remember to only share information from trustworthy sources, such as our coronavirus website, NHS Scotland and the Scottish Government.

Have a go at our Coronavirus Myths vs Facts quiz to find out how much you really know about coronavirus and get clued up on all the facts. From the usual symptoms to the difference between self-isolation and social distancing, how many of these common questions are myths rather than facts? Good luck!


Coronavirus Myths vs Facts

There are lots of myths out there about coronavirus, but how many of them are actually true? Take our quiz to discover whether these common questions are facts or myths.

1 / 7

You should take paracetamol to treat the symptoms of coronavirus, not ibuprofen.

2 / 7

Using a face mask will prevent you from catching coronavirus.

3 / 7

Some people who have coronavirus don’t display any symptoms.

4 / 7

Washing your hands is one of the best ways to stop the spread of coronavirus.

5 / 7

Only older people will be affected by coronavirus.

6 / 7

There is currently no cure for coronavirus.

7 / 7

Social distancing and self-isolation are the same thing.

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