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Thursday, 17 December 2020

Misinformation post related to the covid vaccine will be removed, the new policy will be implemented next week

Twitter's decision: Misinformation post related to the covid vaccine will be removed, the new policy will be implemented next week



If users tweet in violation of the new rules, their tweets will be deleted.
Facebook and YouTube have already announced the removal of vaccine misinformation



Vaccination of coronavirus has been started to eradicate the Covid-19 epidemic. The first vaccine against Covid-19 has been administered in the United States. Preparations are underway to give this vaccine in India as well. In such a situation, the social media platform Twitter said that they will remove misinformation related to the vaccine from their site.

Twitter said in a statement that it would remove the post from its platform.

Post claiming the virus is not real
Post denying claims regarding vaccine effectiveness
Post claiming to have used vaccinations to harm people

Twitter said it would implement the new policy from next Wednesday (December 23). If users tweet in violation of the new rules, it will be deleted. Twitter announced this at a time when the coronavirus vaccine has started to be given in the United States.  Facebook and YouTube have already announced the removal of vaccine misinformation.






Only 18,000 infected people were found
in 24 hours. The number of infected people in the country gave a big relief on Wednesday. Only 18 thousand 164 new cases came up. It is the lowest since June 24. Then 16 thousand 868 cases came. 350 patients recovered in the last 24 hours. 356 infected died. The number of patients undergoing treatment i.e. active cases decreased by 15 thousand 563. It is the highest in about a month and a half. Earlier on November 2, 21 thousand 447 active cases were reported less.

So far 99.50 lakh people have been infected with the virus in the country, out of which 94.80 lakh have recovered and 1.44 lakh people have lost their lives due to the epidemic. These statistics are taken from covid19india.org.

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