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OTTAWA (Reuters) -Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Monday said if reelected he would ban people from protesting outside hospitals and accused his chief rival of supporting those who oppose COVID-19 vaccinations.
These US doctors and nurses share Covid-19 falsehoods. They can become misinformation superspreaders
Experts fear that a deepening distrust of expertise among many Americans, the reach offered by social media, and national politicians who simultaneously promote 2020 election fraud and bogus Covid-19 theories are creating a welcoming environment for doctors and nurses who traffic in dangerous falsehoods that can be both alluring and bewildering given how quickly knowledge of Covid-19 has evolved.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Malaysians, especially those who have been fully vaccinated, should not be complacent and neglect the standard operating procedure (SOP) and self-discipline so as to curb the spread of Covid-19.
PETALING JAYA: With about three weeks to go till the end of August, Putrajaya has paved the way to achieve its target of fully vaccinating 60% of Malaysia’s adult population, but more needs to be done to increase vaccination coverage in underserved areas and convince those who are vaccine hesitant, said public health experts.
YouTube will start labelling health videos with information on how authoritative the source is just days after US President Joe Biden tore into social media for “killing people” by spreading falsehoods about vaccines.
THOUGH Gerry Casida is on the priority list for a free Covid-19 vaccine in the Philippines because of his asthma, he’s isn’t planning to get the shot any time soon. A video he found on social media of a woman claiming vaccines are being used for genocide helps explain why.
Doctors sometimes have to make personal sacrifices to help patients heal
How do we balance freedom of speech and the spread of anti-vaccination propaganda, which is threatening Malaysia’s vaccination rollout amidst soaring Covid-19 cases?
Social networking platforms and messaging apps have made it easy to disseminate information, including false and misleading claims about the Covid-19 vaccines.