Charlottesville poison center asks citizens not to drink bleach to cure coronavirus

Thanks to misinformation spreading online and an endless supply of room temperature-IQ people, the Blue Ridge Poison Center in Charlottesville, Virginia, is warning people to not drink bleach as a means to cure coronavirus.

“They said there is a lot of confusing, incomplete, and inaccurate information circulating about to prevent cornavirus from spreading, including drinking bleach which is dangerous and could cause serious injury,” ABC6 reports. “The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends using diluted bleach solutions on frequently touched surfaces. Hand sanitizer with an alcohol content of at least 60% is recommended for killing COVID-19 on the hands, especially when soap and water is unavailable.”

Read the full report over at ABC6.

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