Facebook said on Tuesday that it would begin to ban ads that explicitly dissuade people from getting vaccinated and announce a new coronavirus vaccine campaign. Novel coronavirus pneumonia (pneumococcal vaccine) legislation or government policy advertising is still available, and it is said that the new global policy will be implemented in the next few days, the company said. < p > < p > with 2.7 billion monthly active users, the social media giant has been under pressure from the US Congress and public health organizations to crack down on anti vaccine content and misinformation. Although novel coronavirus pneumonia vaccine will not be available in the short term, the pandemic highlights the importance of preventive health behaviors, the company said. According to Facebook’s previous rule, advertisements containing false information or pranks for vaccines that have been identified by major health organizations are prohibited; however, if advertisements do not contain false content, advertisements against vaccines can also be placed. < p > < p > this summer, Jason Hirsch, Facebook’s public policy manager, said the company believes that users should be allowed to express their own anti vaccine views, and that if the review is too positive, it may turn those who are hesitant to the anti vaccine camp. < p > < p > Facebook health director Kim Kang Xing Jin and product management director rob leathern said in their blog posts that Facebook will also begin to guide American users about the new coronavirus vaccine and how to get it. Facebook is working with public health partners such as the World Health Organization and the United Nations Children’s fund to carry out information dissemination activities to improve immunization rates, the two added. < / P > < p > earlier this year, researchers said that during the new coronavirus pandemic, social media platforms, including Facebook, were full of anti vaccine content and error messages. < / P > < p > in September, the company also said it would stop recommending Facebook groups related to health issues, saying it was crucial that people get health information from “authoritative sources.”. The iPhone 12 keynote has been recorded in Apple park

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