EU Monitor: Russia, China Sow Distrust In West Through Coronavirus Disinformation.

Russia and China continue to deploy a campaign of disinformation around the coronavirus outbreak that could have "harmful consequences" for public health around the world, according to a report published by the EU's foreign-policy arm.

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