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the kings used to go to the saints., currently relating to saint Rampal.

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A fake news viral on social media claims that Even in the past when there was an epidemic, the kings used to go to the saints., currently relating to saint Rampal.

Here is a message in Hindi which is circulating on Social Media.

Even in the past, when there was an epidemic, the kings used to go to the saints.
Therefore, such a saint Sant Rampal ji is present on earth.#HowToEnd_CoronaPandemic


Even in the past, when there was an epidemic, the kings used to go to the saints.
Therefore, such a saint Sant Rampal ji is present on earth.

            

Facts Check Verdict: False

News Verification:

The claim made by many on social media is not true, there is no such claims made by Saint Rampal. Rampal is an Indian religious leader (godman), who claims to be a spiritual successor and an incarnation of Kabir. He is currently under a life sentence for murder in the Hisar Central jail. In 2006,

When we browse the WHO( World Health Organization) website it clearly states that  The novel coronavirus is a new strain of the coronavirus family. It has unique characteristics and has never been discovered before.

WHO states that the coronaviruses are a large family of viruses, which affects animals and humans. Because the coronaviruses depict a family of viruses, it means that there are many types of coronaviruses present. Because the one that is discovered now was never found earlier, that is why it is being called as novel coronavirus or COVID-19

WHO clearly mentions that the medicines haven't been found for this virus and it may take more than a year to invent any vaccine to cure COVID-19.

Therefore the treatments mentioned in  Dr Ramesh Gupta's Book Jantu Vigyan not a treatment for coronavirus but a treatment for common cold caused by a coronavirus.

The message is totally misleading there is no cure till now for coronavirus but to take precautions against it. The most effective ways to protect yourself and others against COVID-19 are

  • To frequently clean your hands.
  • Cover your cough with the bend of elbow or tissue.
  • Maintain a distance of at least 1 meter (3 feet) from people who are coughing or sneezing.




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