The ‘Truth Warriors’ website, which says it is made up of a local community in Singapore, made claims about Covid-19 vaccines and anti-parasitic drug Ivermectin. Photo: Bloomberg
The ‘Truth Warriors’ website, which says it is made up of a local community in Singapore, made claims about Covid-19 vaccines and anti-parasitic drug Ivermectin. Photo: Bloomberg

Coronavirus: Singapore uses fake news law against anti-vaxxers; New Zealand spike brings second-worst day of cases

  • Singapore’s Health Ministry issued a correction order to website ‘Truth Warriors’ over claims that Covid-19 vaccines are not effective
  • Elsewhere, Japan lifted alcohol curbs amid resurgence worries, and Australia is looking to booster shots as antivirus curbs ease

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
The ‘Truth Warriors’ website, which says it is made up of a local community in Singapore, made claims about Covid-19 vaccines and anti-parasitic drug Ivermectin. Photo: Bloomberg
The ‘Truth Warriors’ website, which says it is made up of a local community in Singapore, made claims about Covid-19 vaccines and anti-parasitic drug Ivermectin. Photo: Bloomberg
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