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Misinformation compounding India’s humanitarian crisis

Misinformation compounding India’s humanitarian crisis

Widespread misinformation around Covid, including false cures, terrifying stories of vaccine side effects, is compounding India’s humanitarian crisis. ’Widespread panic has led to a plethora of misinformation,’ said Rahul Namboori, co-founder of an independent fact-checking organization. Much of the misinformation travels on WhatsApp, which has more than 400 million users in the country.

Clara
Clara
Slevin Kelevra
Slevin Kelevra 1 months

Sure. It's the misinformation, not the fact that millions of people live in squalid conditions, literally on top of each other, with nowhere to clean up, unless you want to go dodge corpses floating in the Ganges.

Aaron
Aaron 1 months

I was going to post the question, Is whatsapp chinese which it is not and blocked in China but is China invested in Disney and ABC which never reports anything negative about China EVER.

Shono
Shono 1 months

The side effects are real, we are now seeing videos of children with seizures after the vaccine!!

Joseph Cribari
Joseph Cribari 1 months

India was already the filthiest country on the planet.

MyVoice
MyVoice 0 months

I saw a viral watsapp video where a seriously ill covid hindu woman was being given cow urine to drink as a miracle cure. She died.

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