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Facebook to Launch Dedicated Section to Reveal ‘Myths’ About Coronavirus

The dedicated segment will be called 'Facts About Covid-19'. It will be launched next week in a bid to "deal with the rapid spreading of false information about the pandemic".

Mumbai: Facebook has declared that it will dispatch ‘Facts About Covid-19’- a committed section on its online networking stage one week from now to limit the spread of False Information about the pandemic.

It will expose common myths that have been recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO, for example, drinking bleach will prevent the coronavirus or that taking hydroxychloroquine can prevent Covid-19. “This week we are inaugurating a dedicated section of the Covid-19 Information Center called Facts about Covid-19,” the organization said in an announcement.

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“This is the most recent advance in our continuous work to fight false information over the pandemic,” they included. Also Read: TikTok Plans to Migrate Its HQ to London to Get Away Chinese Link

To help keep everybody protected and educated, the organization is putting alarms at the head of the Facebook application and Instagram to remind individuals to wear veils.

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“We have associated more than two billion individuals to assets from wellbeing specialists through our Covid-19 Information Center and pop-ups on Facebook and Instagram with more than 600 million individuals navigating to find out additional,” the organization informed.

Since January, individuals have raised over $100 million for Covid-19 related pledge drives on Facebook and Instagram, they said.

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Then, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has slammed the Donald Trump organization for the manner in which it has dealt with the Covid-19 pandemic.

As per the Facebook CEO, the US reaction to the disease has been less effective while comparing to even many developing nations.

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