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No not at all: NASA didn’t do it and clapping did not make coronavirus retreat in India


New Delhi, Mar 23: At 5 pm on Sunday, scores of Indians gathered at the balconies and clapped in appreciation of the medical staff who are fighting the outbreak of coronavirus.

However after this exercise, the bug of fake forwards once again hit the country, with some claiming that the virus was retreating thanks to the efforts of Indians who came out and clapped.

No not at all: NASA didn’t do it and clapping did not make coronavirus retreat in India

The message said that NASA satellite video LIVE telecast has shown that the coronavirus is retreating in India thanks to the peoples's efforts at 5 pm on March 22.

India unites for balcony clap, thanking COVID-19 fighters

The cosmic level sound waves generated have been detected by NASA's SD13 wave detector and a recently made bio-satellite has shown COVID-19 strain diminishing and weakening, the bizarre message also read.

It does not require rocket science to tell that this message is clearly fake. NASA cannot record sounds from earth in isolation. Sounds recorded of the earth can be recorded and then isolated from the background noise. In this case clapping was the background noise.

Moreover there is also nothing called the SD-13 Wave Detector, which is owned by NASA.

The fake messages did not end at this. Have a look at the tweets below:

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