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WhatsApp’s Coronavirus fact-checking Chatbot now gets Hindi

Amidst the coronavirus crisis, the International Fact-Checking Network (IFCN) launched a WhatsApp chatbot in March 2020.

Then it was in the English language only. Now it has also been made available in Hindi. Now chatbot is available in Hindi and English as well as Spanish. With the help of this, you can know the truth of any rumor related to coronavirus and it is very easy to use.

How to use Chatbot in Hindi

As we have already told you that this chatbot is very easy to use. For this, you have to save 1 (727) 2912606 number on your phone. After that open WhatsApp. Tap on this number saved and send the message by typing ‘Namaste’.

After this, this chatbot will be activated on your number and you will be able to find out the truth of rumors related to the Coronavirus. Chatbots mainly do fact-checking.

Let us know that amid the outbreak of the Coronavirus epidemic, rumors are spreading fast on social media. Some people are spreading rumors about the treatment of this disease with garlic, which has no scientific basis.

It is also your duty as a responsible citizen that you do not fall into any such rumor nor forward such rumors on social media.

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