(BBC) – YouTube has pledged to delete misleading claims about coronavirus vaccines as part of a fresh effort to tackle Covid-19 misinformation.
- kill people
- cause infertility
- involve microchips being implanted in people who receive the treatment
YouTube said it had already removed 200,000 dangerous or misleading videos about the virus since February.
And last week it also banned content related to the QAnon conspiracy theory ahead of the US election.