Friday, April 9, 2021
Friday, April 9, 2021

HACKED: Worldometer falsely reported 1M deaths at Vatican City after being hacked

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NOTICE: It appears Worldometer was hacked. We previously reported that the deaths with the information provided by the tracker. There are not 1M reported deaths. Stay with Your Content as we continue covering the Worldometer situation.


Vatican City reported nearly 1,000,000 coronavirus related deaths Sunday night after a hacker apparently took over the Worldometer, Your Content is first to report.

The population of Vatican City is 1,000. Italy remains on lock down due to coronavirus fears, but there are no mass-deaths reported anywhere in the world.




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