World Doctors Alliance – Bias and Credibility

World Doctors Alliance (WDA) - Conspiracy - Fake News - Right Bias - Not credibleWorld Doctors Alliance (WDA) - Pseudoscience - Fake News - Right Bias - Not credible

Factual Reporting: Very Low - Biased - Not Credible - Fake News


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Detailed Report

Factual Reporting: VERY LOW
Country: Unknown
Media Type: Organization/Foundation
Traffic/Popularity: Minimal Traffic
MBFC Credibility Rating: LOW CREDIBILITY


Launched in September 2020, World Doctors Alliance (WDA) is a European-based group of doctors that promote disinformation regarding Covid-19. According to their about page, “World Doctors Alliance (WDA) is a collaboration between medical professionals across the world to address some the most urgent and important issues surrounding the pandemic.” The founder of WDA is Dr. Mohammad Adil.

The website lacks transparency as they do not disclose where they are located or how they are funded.

Funded by / Ownership

World Doctors Alliance does not disclose ownership, and there does not appear to be a revenue model at this time.

Analysis / Bias

In review, World Doctors Alliance (WDA) is a news information source supposedly founded and run by Doctors. The homepage features an open letter to all the citizens and governments of the world. In this letter, they proclaim that herd immunity can be achieved without vaccinations and, most notably, lockdowns are unnecessary and infringe on people’s rights. The letter also promotes that Covid is milder than the flu and conspiracy theories related to death certificates. The views held by the Doctors are that of a far-right perspective.

The website also features a news section that publishes information on other media outlets and journals, often with a critical tone such as this BMJ CONFLICTS OF INTEREST AMONG UK GOVERNMENTS COVID 19 ADVISERS. They also promote pseudoscience such as this VITAMIN C FOR COVID. Despite being doctors, they appear to be unaware that Vitamin C is not effective at boosting the immune system. In general, World Doctor Alliance publishes quackery level pseudoscience related to Covid-19 (see failed fact checks below) from a far-right perspective.

Failed Fact Checks

Overall, we rate World Doctors Alliance (WDA) a right biased quackery level pseudoscience source that willfully promotes misinformation related to Covid-19. Following the advice of this site may be dangerous to your health. (D. Van Zandt 12/11/2020) Updated (11/24/2021)


Last Updated on July 1, 2023 by Media Bias Fact Check

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