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Be wary of fraudulent COVID-19 supplement claims


STILLWATER, Okla. – While many people are doing their part by social distancing in an effort to remain healthy and protect the community, others are looking to make a quick buck.

Those fraudulent marketers are popping up and promoting various products that claim to help prevent or treat COVID-19, said Janice Hermann, Oklahoma State University Extension nutrition specialist.

“Fraudulent COVID-19 products can come in many varieties, including dietary supplements and other foods, as well as products claiming to be tests, drugs, medical devices, or vaccines,” Hermann said. “Don’t fall...

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