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People are spreading memes and fake news online as the deadly coronavirus spreads across the globe

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The Wuhan coronavirus, which has so far killed over 100 people, has appeared in at least 16 countries around like the globe, including the United States.
Social media giants like Facebook and Twitter are working to combat the spread of viral misinformation about the virus, like that Oregano Oil can act as a cure.
Social media users in China have circumvented rules on criticizing the government, avoiding censors to lash out at the state response. 
In the US, people share tales from Wuhan, media advice, and of course, memes.
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The Wuhan coronavirus has so far claimed more than 100 lives, infected more than 4,000 others and appeared in at least 16 countries across the globe, including the United States.  Social media has been rife with content about the virus, which has seemingly gone viral on social media amid news, fears, and memes.

Here is how social media has responded to the Wuhan coronavirus. See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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