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Facebook Is Finally Targeting Anti-Vax Pages and Groups

The changes come months after the start of the vaccine rollout in the U.S.

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Facebook announced in a blog post on Monday that it intends to start removing vaccine misinformation from groups and pages, expanding its focus on “debunked claims” about the Covid-19 vaccine.




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Sarah Emerson

Sarah Emerson

Staff writer at OneZero covering social platforms, internet communities, and the spread of misinformation online. Previously: VICE

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