(NATIONAL FILE) When a global epidemic strikes, the internet becomes a place where the strangest of rumors can grow legs and spread, like a virus, across the world.
Many fake cures pertaining to the coronavirus, ranging from pesticide, bleach, and alcohol, have circulated on the internet–sometimes to devastating effect.
In the Khuzestan region of Iran, more people, at one point, had died from drinking a cocktail of methanol and bleach as a rumored cure for the coronavirus.
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Now, less than sanitary alleged cures have come out of the woodwork.