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How this CBC story turned into a coronavirus conspiracy theory
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Published 10 months ago |
A CBC News report was distorted to create a conspiracy theory circulating online, claiming that Chinese scientists stole the coronavirus from a Winnipeg lab. Here's how that false information spread.

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