In the course of the COVID-19 pandemic since March 2020, it has become clear how widespread conspiracy myths are in Germany. In order to counteract their influence in the social debate, it is important to find out which groups of people are particularly affected by them and to what extent the adherents of such conspiracies differ from the rest of the population. This study deals with the effects of socio-demographics, media behavior, and aspects of research on human values on COVID-19 conspiracy myths. The aim is to investigate whether the supporters of “Corona conspiracies” have different fundamental values such as freedom, security, or equality than people who do not deny the pandemic. The results of this report show that about 15 percent of the population in Germany believe in a “Corona conspiracy”. This phenomenon can be found in all population groups. It turns out that people whose values are very community-oriented are less likely to believe in Corona conspiracy myths than others. This group of people either prioritizes the common good over their own actions or emphasizes the protection and equality of all people. Fundamental values thus have a strong effect on belief in such myths.