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Six common COVID myths busted by a virologist and a public health expert

By Simon Nicholas Williams, Lecturer in Psychology, Swansea University
Stephen Griffin, Associate Professor of Viral Oncology, University of Leeds
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Almost three years into the pandemic, myths and misinformation remain widespread. Here we, a virologist and a public health researcher, debunk some common misconceptions about COVID.

Myth 1: The virus is becoming milder

There’s a prevailing myth in the omicron era that SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes COVID-19) is becoming “milder”.

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