Cash in NOT transmitting the coronavirus!!!

Written on the 17 March 2020

The World Health Organisation has categorically denied reports that people should beware of cash as coronavirus spreads.

'We were misrepresented,' a spokeswoman for the WHO said, referring to a British media report that the United Nations agency had linked COVID-19 and currency. 

"WHO did NOT say banknotes would transmit COVID-19, nor have we issued any warnings or statements about this," the spokeswoman said. "We were asked if we thought banknotes could transmit COVID-19 and we said you should wash your hands after handling money, especially if handling or eating food.

"Doing so is good hygiene practice," she added.

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