California DSS warns of fake letter that threatens removal of kids over COVID-19 testing | FOX 35 Orlando

  The California Department of Social Services (CDSS) is warning residents of a fake letter circulating social media claiming that recipients of the state’s government assistance program including MediCal and CalFresh will lose their benefits if they do not submit to mandatory COVID-19 testing. The letter also claims that if state benefit recipients test positive for the …

FDA continues to combat fraudulent COVID-19 medical products | Democrat News | dailyjournalonline.com

May 7, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration provided an update on the agency’s efforts to combat the extremely concerning actions by companies and individuals that are exploiting or taking advantage of widespread fear among consumers during the COVID-19 pandemic. In response to scammers on the internet selling unproven medical products, the FDA has taken …

Coronavirus Australia live coverage: Miracle Mineral Solution seller hit with fines by TGA | Daily Telegraph

  An Australian 'church' has been hit with a massive $150,000 fine by the Therapeutic Goods Administration for selling a product it claims can cure coronavirus. Miracle Mineral Solution is being sold by MMS Australia, the local arm of the US 'religion' Genesis II, and billed as a COVID-19 treatment. The item is essentially bleach, …

On the Prowl for Bogus Claims About Coronavirus Treatments, the FDA Targets Miracle Mineral Solution – FairWarning | FairWarning

Since March, the FDA has issued 42 warning letters against companies marketing products that claim to treat or cure COVID-19.   In its attempted crackdown on bogus coronavirus remedies, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has encountered an old nemesis: a “miracle” solution made of chlorine dioxide that experts say is akin to drinking bleach. …

Church Fined for Selling Bleach as Virus Cure

A church in Australia has been fined for unlawfully advertising a purported "miracle" coronavirus cure that contains bleach, the Therapeutic Goods Administration said Wednesday. The medical regulator said MMS Australia had received 12 fines totaling $98,000 for promoting its “Miracle Mineral Solution,” which the administration said contained a high concentration of sodium chlorite — a …