But it is a false capture. We have not found any proof that the content has been published, the font used is different and the Junta de Andalucía denies having raised such an action. Here more.
You have sent us a WhatsApp chain advising us to close doors and windows because “tonight from 23:00 (…) there will be helicopters throughout the island spraying the island against the coronavirus.” It circulates both in Tenerife and in Gran Canaria. But it is a hoax that has already moved with other versions. The Government Delegation in the Canary Islands denies it from its Twitter profile and the Ministry of Defense also denied it with previous hoaxes. There is also no communication or official alert from the authorities. You can read more here.
Content is being shared on Facebook that states that the Zamora City Council has decided to cancel Easter as a measure to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. It’s a hoax. The moving capture leaves a website to “make jokes”, although it has been shared as if it were real, and the City Council affirms that it has not taken any action in this regard. We will tell you in more detail in this article.
An alleged tweet from the Junta de Castilla La-Mancha is going viral on social networks that says that “as of March 12 all public and private centers from nurseries to high school will remain officially closed until April 1” due to the coronavirus and that “extraordinary tests are postponed to the week of 13 to 17”. It’s a hoax.
Maldita.es has contacted the Government of Castilla-La Mancha, which has confirmed that this tweet is false. From their official Twitter account they have already denied it. You can read this article here.
Coinciding with the state of alarm decreed by COVID-19, a video has again circulated in which a deputy is seen introducing the identification cards of another who is not present to sign for him. The images go viral from time to time, but they have not been recorded in Spain. We explain it to you.
A capture of an alleged tweet by Podemos deputy Pablo Echenique is circulating in networks in which he assures that “for all the faces of this country, remind them that no matter how many die, Franco killed more people.” However, there is no proof that the tweet is real. We explain it to you.
In recent weeks we have detected several scams and cases of ‘phishing’ that circulate coinciding with the state of alarm decreed in Spain by COVID-19.