Virus Outbreak California

In this July 22 photo, people line up behind a health care worker at a mobile Coronavirus testing site at the Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science in Los Angeles. As the world races to find a vaccine and a cure for COVID-19, there is seemingly no antidote in sight to the burgeoning outbreak of coronavirus conspiracy theories, hoaxes, anti-mask myths and sham treatments. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez, File)

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — As the world races to find a vaccine and a treatment for COVID-19, there is seemingly no antidote in sight for the burgeoning outbreak of coronavirus conspiracy theories, hoaxes, anti-mask myths and sham cures.

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Adam Scott

The misinformation is coming from you Mr. Klepper and the Associated Press you represent. When evidence rises that from creditable doctors that disputes your reporting, you and the main stream media censor the information instead of researching the facts. No wonder more and more people don’t believe a word that comes from the news media. You and the main stream media are a danger to America.

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