Facebook gives WHO free ads to cut down coronavirus misinformation

Facebook gives WHO free ads to cut down coronavirus misinformation

Facebook is providing free advertisements to the World Health Organization (WHO) as it seeks to ensure users are not misinformed about the coronavirus, its risks and how to react to it. This was confirmed by CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Users who search for posts on the virus on Facebook would now see a pop-up that directs them to the WHO or local health authority.

Chris
Chris
Krešimir Turkalj
Krešimir Turkalj 3 months

I would welcome this and wouldn't be suspicious of WHO... If it only wasn't for their shady deals with China.

daboi
daboi 3 months

but didnt WHO assist China in the initial cover up which ultimately caused the global panic?

Michael Mantion
Michael Mantion 3 months

WHO is corrupt and evil.

Inappropriate Name
Inappropriate Name 3 months

the same WHO that refuses to announce a pandemic??

Scruffy Stoat
Scruffy Stoat 3 months

You mean the WHO who's chairperson has a suspiciously close relationship with President Xi of China and gave obviously false information regarding the virus? The same WHO that's run by the UN, a "totally not corrupt" organization heavily influenced by international bank and business entities with a lot to lose?

NurdCore
NurdCore 3 months

I rather listen to WHO then some jackass in his momma's basement writing crazy articles.

Joe
Joe 3 months

Why the pro-Chinese WHO? Why not the CDC?

Test Steam
Test Steam 3 months

Why should we listen to WHO Didn't they say in 2012 that WiFi is a level 4 carcinogenic...same category as Tobacco?

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