Fake UNICEF Ghana Statement Tells Ghanaians To Drink Hot Water To Prevent Catching The Virus

Unicef Ghana fake coronavirus statement

Over the weekend, a certain statement went viral.

It carried the UNICEF logo as a letterhead with an 8 point guideline on coronavirus preventive measures.

Among many things, the statement sought to inform readers that coronavirus cannot survive in a 25°C atmosphere.

It also advised people to drink hot water as a preventive measure against coronavirus.

Well, UNICEF Ghana has come out to categorically deny that it released such a statement with such advice to Ghanaians.

“Beware of fake UNICEF-branded messages and documents circulating on social media,” the UN institution said in a post on its verified Facebook page.

“Only refer to and share information from UNICEF’s official website and social media platforms with your networks,” it added.

See below for the statement and the fake UNICEF Ghana statement:

https://web.facebook.com/UNICEFGhana/posts/10158196302666064

Stay safe out there.

Source: Kuulpeeps.com

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