COVID-19 Myths

Since the start of the pandemic, there has been tons of information circulating on the web about COVID-19. However, not everything you see on the web is true and accurate information. So, in this time of panic, it’s very important to know what’s actually true and what isn’t. 


Today, we’re going to discuss some COVID-19 myths circulating on the web.

Taking Vitamins and Mineral Supplements Will Ensure That You Can Avoid COVID-19.

Vitamins and minerals, such as vitamins D and C, as well as zinc, are necessary for a healthy immune system and play an important role in supporting your overall health and nutritional well-being.

Although vitamins and minerals are beneficial to your immune system, they do not guarantee that you will not get the COVID-19 virus. They serve to improve your immune system, lowering your chances of contracting the virus.

To put it simply, they do not give you immunity against COVID-19.

Drinking Alcohol, Methanol, Bleach, or Ethanol Will Cure or Prevent You From Getting COVID-19 

Alcohol, such as vodka, has no effect on curing or preventing COVID-19 infection. The same is true for methanol, ethanol, and bleach. These chemicals are poisonous, especially in large quantities.

Drinking them can result in death or permanent disability. Methanol, ethanol, and bleach are often used in household cleaners to eliminate viruses on surfaces, but they should never be consumed. They will not kill the virus in your body and will cause damage to your internal organs.

To protect yourself from COVID-19, disinfect things and surfaces that you touch frequently. You can do this with diluted bleach or alcohol. Wash your hands regularly and thoroughly, and avoid touching your eyes, mouth, or nose.

Vaccinations Are Not Necessary Because Her Immunity Exists.

Herd immunity pertains to occurrences of an infectious illness reducing or ceasing if enough individuals in a community have gained immunity, either from having the disease or surviving the virus.

Allowing individuals to become infected with COVID-19 could lead to several individuals becoming seriously ill, experiencing long-term organ failure, and even death before herd immunity could develop.

If you are exposed to SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus that causes the disease, getting vaccinated for COVID-19 minimizes your chances of getting severe COVID-19. Vaccination also minimizes the number of infections that allow the coronavirus to mutate into other variants.

Children CAN’T Get COVID-19

COVID-19 can infect children. COVID-19may  appear to be milder in younger children than in most adults in most cases, but older individuals should still be aware that children can become sick with the coronavirus and spread it to others.

In certain circumstances, children develop terrible long-term illnesses and, in extreme cases, die. No one, regardless of age, is immune to the coronavirus.

This is why it is important to implement verified COVID-19 precautions such as wearing masks in public to limit the risk of infection with the coronavirus.

Wearing Gloves is Better than Washing Your Hands

Wearing gloves is not better than actually washing your hands. When you remove your gloves, you risk spreading the virus from one surface to another and infecting your hands. Wearing gloves can not replace washing your hands. 

Final Thoughts

With the amount of fake information spreading across the web, we hope this article has helped you to know which information is true and what isn’t.