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From bogus preventive measures and treatments for the novel coronavirus that have circulated online since January, some of which were initially promoted by politicians and celebrities.

Driving a tractor
Exposing oneself to UV light
Visiting a sauna
Drinking water with lemon
Drinking fennel tea
Drinking Egyptian tap water
Drinking vodka
Drinking hot whiskey
Drinking methanol
Drinking bleach
Taking muscle relaxants
Inhaling chloroform and ether
Snorting cocaine
Blasting a blow-dryer up one’s nose
Eating boiled ginger on an empty stomach
Eating turmeric
Eating onions and garlic
Eating avocados
Imbibing an ancient Ayurvedic herbal mixture
Consuming a mixture of honeysuckle, Baikal skullcap, and forsythia
Applying mustard to one’s abdomen
Spreading goose fat across one’s chest
Brushing one’s teeth with silver-infused toothpaste
Touching the TV screen while watching televangelist Kenneth Copeland preach
Wearing warm socks