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News Claim::  With the increase in the number of delta variants of coronavirus, misinformation surrounding the highly transmissible strain has surfaced on social media.

Viral News Today:  A post is claiming the delta variant doesn’t even exist.

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News Verification: The post shared on July 5, which has been widely shared on Social media, shows an altered image of former President Donald Trump posing with an executive order that states, “The Delta Variant Is Fake News.”  

The sudden surge of COVID-19 cases in the past and the emergence of new variants time and again indicate the unpredictability of the SARs-COV-2 virus. The B.1.617.2 variant of coronavirus, also known as the Delta variant has been categorized as a Variant of Concern (VoC) and is said to have driven India's second wave

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Delta variant is real: USA TODAY reached out to the Facebook page for comment. 

News verdict: False

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