Facebook has announced that it will launch a dedicated section named ‘Facts About Covid-19’ on its platform next week to limit the spread of misinformation about the corona epidemic. This section can be launched on Tuesday.
This would confirm the veracity of common myths that have been identified by the WHO – such as drinking bleach or taking hydroxychloroquine may prevent the Covid-19 epidemic. “This week we are launching a dedicated section of the Covid-19 Information Center, which will be named Fact About Covid-19,” Facebook said in a statement. He further said that this is a new step in our ongoing campaign to fight misinformation about the epidemic.
Facebook-Instagram through alerts will remind users to wear masks
To help keep people safe, the company is also putting alerts on the top of the Facebook app and Instagram to remind them to wear masks. Seeing which people remember wearing masks.
600 million people clicked on the pop-up for Kovid-19 information
The company reported that – “We have added more than two billion (ie 200 million) people from the resources of health authorities through our Covid-19 Information Center and 600 million (i.e. 600 million) pop-ups on Facebook and Instagram. More people have clicked to learn more.
Around Rs 750 crore collected on Facebook-Instagram for the infected
He reported that – since January, people have collected over $ 100 million (about Rs 750 crore) of funds to help Covid-19 infected on Facebook and Instagram.
America’s reaction to Corona was less effective – Mark Zuckerberg
Meanwhile, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has also criticized the Trump administration’s way of handling the Covid-19 epidemic. According to the CEO of Facebook, America’s response to the disease has been less effective than in many developing countries.