FACEBOOK WILL NO LONGER REMOVE CLAIMS THAT COVID-19 WAS MAN-MADE

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FACEBOOK WILL NO LONGER REMOVE CLAIMS THAT COVID-19 WAS MAN-MADE

Facebook said it is no more removing from the platforms asserts the coronavirus has been artificial.

That statement comes soon afterward. President Joe Biden declared he’d led the US intelligence community to redouble its efforts to the source of Covid-19.

In a statement to CNN Business, a Facebook spokesperson said Wednesday that, ‘In light of continuing investigations into the source of Covid-19 and in consultation with public health specialists, we’ll no more get rid of the argue that Covid-19 is manufactured out of our programs’

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‘We are continuing to use health specialists to keep up with the evolving character of the outbreak and frequently upgrade our policies as fresh facts and tendencies appear,’ the spokesperson added.

Biden declared Wednesday he’s awarded the US officials 90 days to research the virus’ sources. The statement came following a US intelligence report that discovered several researchers in China’s Wuhan Institute of Virology fell sick in November 2019 and needed to be hospitalized — a fresh detail that fueled new public strain on Biden to delve deeper into the source of this virus.

‘As a part of the report, I’ve asked for places of additional inquiry which could possibly be necessary, for example, specific queries for China. I also have requested this endeavor include work from our National Labs and other services of the government to fortify the Intelligence Community’s attempts. And I’ve requested the Intelligence Community to keep Congress fully conscious of its job,’ Biden said in a statement.

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Facebook declared in February it might eliminate claims the virus had been artificial after consultations with major health organizations, such as the World Health Organization (WHO).’ Social media has also been yanking on articles that disperse vaccine misinformation and other bogus claims that public health officials debunked.

Politico was to report that the new policy modification.