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Misinformation About Corona Virus, Venezuelan President’s Facebook Page Blocked

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Caracas:- Facebook has closed the page of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro for spreading misinformation about the coronavirus. Earlier, Madiro had described the celery drug Carvativir as a chameoral drug for the epidemic. The Facebook spokesperson said that we adhere to the Guidelines of the World Health Organization (WHO). According to who, there is no medicine for coronavirus.

Madiro had claimed without any medical evidence that the Carvativir drug is academic in the war with the coronavirus. The Facebook spokesperson said that due to repeated violations of the rules, we are blocking the Venezuelan president’s account for 30 days. Their account can only be read during this.

Venezuelan president strongly criticizes Facebook
The Facebook spokesperson also said that the disputed video of Madiro has been removed for violating the rules on the coronavirus. This video could have endangered the lives of the people. In this video, Maduro was claiming that only a few drops on the tongue of the Carvativir drug eliminate the corona brightly and have no adverse effect.

The Venezuelan president has already strongly criticized Facebook over Carvativir. He said who is in charge of Venezuela or who? Who owns Facebook? Who is in charge of the world? Does it own Facebook? The Venezuelan Ministry of Information has not commented on the block of President Madiro’s page.

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