Facebook, Twitter remove Donal Trump's video post where he says children are 'almost immune' to COVID-19
Facebook and Twitter said that Donald Trump's claim amounted to "misinformation."
The company also said it put warning labels on about 50 million pieces of content related to COVID-19.
Twitter's new labels will provide links to more information in cases where the risk of harm from the tweet is not severe enough to be removed but people could be confused or misled.
TikTok has also said that it will be inviting partners to submit proposals for a misinformation research grant of $50,000.
YouTube says over a dozen US publishers are participating in its fact-checking network, including The Dispatch, FactCheck.org, PolitiFact and The Washington Post Fact Checker.
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