Facts and Rumors
Do your part to stop the spread of wrong information about COVID-19 by doing these things:
- Don't believe the rumors
- Don't pass them along
- Go to trusted sources of information to get the facts about the response to COVID-19
Below are a few resources that will help you know the facts about COVID-19 and help stop the spread of rumors.
The Federal Trade Commission has a few tips to help you avoid scams.
Don’t trust anyone who offers financial help and then asks for money or personal information.
If you represent a small business or nonprofit, for information visit the U.S. Small Business Administration’s COVID-19 loan resources page. FEMA is not able to accept disaster assistance registrations for COVID-19. If you are unemployed due to COVID-19, please contact your
Currently, there are no Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved drugs specifically for the treatment of COVID-19. Researchers are studying new drugs, and drugs that are already approved for other health conditions, as possible treatments for COVID-19. The Centers for
No stockpiles please
A stimulus package has been passed by Congress to help Americans in need.
No National Lockdown is in place
FEMA didn't seize medical supplies
Saline rinse will not prevent COVID-19