The role of social media in spread of vaccine misinformation
Clip: 09/30/2021 | 3m 15s | Video has closed captioning.
Researchers have for years pointed to the sharing of misinformation on social networks as a key factor in vaccine hesitation. YouTube this week announced it will ban the accounts of several prominent anti-vaccine activists in line with policies being enforced by Facebook and Twitter. We interview Dr. Corey Basch, chair of the public health department at William Paterson University on the issue.
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