YouTube removed videos containing false information about vaccines


AA | Friday, March 12, 2021 – 15:59 | Last Updated: 12 03 2021 – 15:59

YouTube company spokesperson Hernandez told The Hill news portal that the videos removed from the platform contained claims about Kovid-19 vaccines that contradict local health officials or the World Health Organization.

It has been stated that the US-based video sharing platform YouTube has removed 30 thousand videos with false information about new types of coronavirus (Kovid-19) vaccines since October 2020.

YouTube company spokesperson Elena Hernandez told The Hill news portal that the videos removed from the platform contained claims about Kovid-19 vaccines that contradict local health officials or the World Health Organization.

Hernandez stated that, since February 2020, YouTube has removed nearly 800,000 videos containing false information about the Kovid-19 outbreak.

Facebook and Twitter also made statements that the posts containing false information about the Kovid-19 vaccine will be removed.