There’s no evidence garlic and rinsing of nose with saline can prevent coronavirus – WHO

The World Health Organisation (WHO) on Monday February 3, dispelled claims of garlic and saline being some of the protective measures against coronavirus.



WHO dispelled various myths and rumours surrounding the 2019-nCoV by sharing some infographics on its Instagram page.



The international health organization who noted that garlic is a healthy food with some antimicrobial properties, stated that there is no evidence it can prevent coronavirus.



It is also stated that there is no evidence that regularly rinsing the nose with saline has protected people from getting infected with the new coronavirus.

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