Thousands of readers inquired about people featured in a viral video pulled by social media companies for pushing COVID-19 misinformation in July 2020.
snopes.comWhen a group calling themselves “America’s Frontline Doctors” gathered to laud unproven treatments for COVID-19 on July 27, our readers wanted to know: Who are they, exactly?
So we dug through the records and found out. A thread
snopes.comImmanuel also claimed to have successfully treated 350 patients for COVID-19, some of whom she said had underlying conditions such as diabetes.
We found no evidence for this claim, nor that her alleged treatments were successful.