Rani Molla

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For years, Facebook has been a big platform for the anti-vaccination movement, and that’s increased with the arrival of the COVID vaccines. Facebook says it wants to do better now.

Facebook wants to root out COVID misinformation and help 50 million people get vaccinated

For years, Facebook has been a big platform for the anti-vaccination movement, and that’s increased with the arrival of the COVID vaccines. Facebook says it wants to do better now.

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