After renewed interest in the “laboratory leak” theory of the disease outbreak, Facebook lifted the ban on posts declaring Covid-19 to be man-made. The social network stated that its new policy is “designed based on continuous research on the origin of the disease.” Facebook specifically banned the announcement in February as part of a major policy update aimed at “removing more false claims about Covid-19 and vaccines.”
He said in a public statement at the time: “After consulting with leading health organizations such as the World Health Organization (WHO), we added other bad-reputation statements about coronavirus and vaccines to the list of false statements that we will delete. Anyone posting allegations that Covid-19 is “man-made or manufactured” has found that their posts have been deleted or restricted.
Repeated allegations may lead to a complete ban on the site. The company said on Wednesday: Continuing to investigate and consult with public health experts, we will no longer remove claims from our app that Covid-19 is human-made. We continue to work with health professionals to keep up with the changing nature of the epidemic and update regularly Our guide is because the Wall Street Journal reported that American intelligence sources believed that there was some evidence to justify further investigation into the theory of this disease.
According to the report, three members of the Wuhan Institute of Virology Employees sought treatment for flu symptoms in a hospital in November 2019. Others criticized the report, stating that the report is still in circumstantial evidence and speculation. Anyone who claims that Covid-19 is “man-made or manufactured” has discovered that their post has been deleted or restricted, and repeated posting of this statement may result in a total ban on the site.
The company said on Wednesday: “In view of the ongoing investigation of the origin of Covid-19 and consultations with public health experts, we will no longer delete claims that Covid-19 is a human application.” We will continue to work with health professionals to Keep up with the changing nature of epidemics and update our guide regularly as new facts and trends emerge. This change occurred after the US intelligence agency released a report in the Wall Street Journal that the evidence that covid is made by humans is worthy of due investigation.
Facebook has lifted a ban on posts claiming Covid-19 was man-made, following a resurgence of interest in the “lab leak” theory of the disease’s onset. In a public statement at the time, it said: “Following consultations with leading health organizations, including the World Health Organization, we are expanding the list of false claims we will remove to include additional debunked claims about the coronavirus and vaccines”. On Wednesday, the company said: “In light of ongoing investigations into the origin of Covid-19 and in consultation with public health experts, we will no longer remove the claim that Covid-19 is man-made from our apps.