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Almost three fifths of adults in England believe to some extent that the Government is misleading the public about the cause of the virusAlmost three fifths of adults in England believe to some extent that the Government is misleading the public about the cause of the virus

Coronavirus conspiracy theories: More than a fifth of people believe the virus is a hoax

More than a fifth of people believe that the coronavirus crisis is a hoax, new research suggests. The study, conducted by the University of Oxford, saw 2,500 English adults take part in the Oxford Coronavirus Explanations, Attitudes, and Narratives Survey between 4-11 May 2020.More than a fifth of people believe that the coronavirus crisis is a hoax, new research suggests. The study, conducted by the University of Oxford, saw 2,500 English adults take part in the Oxford

Coronavirus: More than a fifth of people in England believe Covid-19 is a hoax | The Independent

“We must fight: Lies & conspiracies with science. Hate speech with solidarity. Despair with hope & solutions. That is why we are launching ‘Verified’ - an initiative to share factual advice on #COVID19 and stories celebrating the best of humanity. https://t.co/zS9aQBOmIA https://t.co/HCdEOaUlNd”

António Guterres on Twitter: "We must fight: Lies & conspiracies with science. Hate speech with solidarity. Despair with hope & solutions. That is why we are launching ‘Verified’ - an initiative to share factual advice on #COVID19 and stories celebrating the best of humanity. https://t.co/zS9aQBOmIA… https://t.co/AarbXqsRjD"

“"#COVID19 & the #5G Conspiracy Theory" https://t.co/NtArHE5Dak by @was3210, et al. cc @meganranney "The combination of quick and targeted interventions oriented to delegitimize the sources of fake information is key to reducing their impact." Needed: A fast & targeted response!”

Timothy Caulfield on Twitter: ""#COVID19 & the #5G Conspiracy Theory" https://t.co/NtArHE5Dak by @was3210, et al. cc @meganranney "The combination of quick and targeted interventions oriented to delegitimize the sources of fake information is key to reducing their impact." Needed: A fast & targeted response!"

“Why a genuinely independent enquiry into the origins of #COVID19 & its spread is vital: control efforts are corroded if a large chunk of population believe such conspiracies + such people are already known to not follow prevention measures, as indicated by an Oxford Univ study”

Mukesh Kapila on Twitter: "Why a genuinely independent enquiry into the origins of #COVID19 & its spread is vital: control efforts are corroded if a large chunk of population believe such conspiracies + such people are already known to not follow prevention measures, as indicated by an Oxford Univ study… https://t.co/02LlAP5p1R"

“Yahoo News/YouGov poll: 44% of Republicans believe the conspiracy theory that Bill Gates is plotting to use a mass #COVID19 vaccination campaign as a pretext to implant microchips in billions of people, just 19% of Democrats believe the same https://t.co/lEqdzkZCJw”

Andrej Matisak on Twitter: "Yahoo News/YouGov poll: 44% of Republicans believe the conspiracy theory that Bill Gates is plotting to use a mass #COVID19 vaccination campaign as a pretext to implant microchips in billions of people, just 19% of Democrats believe the same https://t.co/lEqdzkZCJw"

PEOPLE who buy into coronavirus conspiracy theories are much less likely to follow social distancing rules, wear a facemask or be vaccinated against COVID-19 in future, researchers have found.PEOPLE who buy into coronavirus conspiracy theories are much less likely to follow social distancing rules, wear a facemask or be vaccinated against COVID-19 in future, researchers have found.

Coronavirus conspiracy theories: Worrying report highlights huge challenge for Boris | UK | News | Express.co.uk

AN OXFORD university study has revealed one in five people believe to some extent that coronavirus is a hoax.AN OXFORD university study has revealed one in five people believe to some extent that coronavirus is a hoax.

Oxford University study shows public's coronavirus beliefs | Oxford Mail

Read Coronavirus conspiracy beliefs ‘reduce adherence to Covid-19 guidance’ – study latest on ITV News. All the newsPeople who believe coronavirus conspiracies are less likely to comply with social-distancing guidelines or take up future vaccines, new research suggests.Almost three fifths (59%) of adults in England believe to some extent that the Government is misleading the public about the cause of the virus.More than a fifth (21%) believe the virus is a hoax, and 62% agree to some extent that the virus is man-made, scientists say.

Coronavirus conspiracy beliefs ‘reduce adherence to Covid-19 guidance’ – study - ITV News