Facebook Research: Only a few users responsible for spreading doubt about vaccine
During survey conduct by Facebook, they asked the users about the Coronavirus vaccine. The results were shocking!!! There were only a small number of users on Facebook that were responsible for spreading doubts about the vaccine of coronavirus.
Facebook research namely, “vaccine-hesitant” shows that a small group of users is creating doubts about the vaccine. A small number of users show discouragement about taking a vaccine. Unsurprisingly, Facebook researchers find out that many people still believe in conspiracy theories.
Facebook also has taken steps to promote authentic information about COVID-19 vaccines. Due to this, Facebook also banned false and misleading ads about vaccines later in the previous year. In December, Facebook announced that it will be immediately removing the doubts about COVID-19 vaccines. Facebook began to notifying users if they had interacted with a post that had false claims about the vaccine. Facebook even made efforts for preventing fake arguments about the Covid-19 vaccine. For example, if a user posts on Facebook about the symptoms of the vaccine, then the comments would be like discouraging the vaccine. Although, there are no medical issues while taking a vaccine.
Public health experts have made it clear that taking the vaccine is a top priority for the COVID patient. That’s why Facebook had launched a global campaign that has already connected 2 billion people in the world. Facebook has reliable information from health experts and many authentic sources. The health experts have denied false claims about COVID and vaccines.
Apparently, there’s a belief that people will know the benefit of the vaccine over time. People will take their time to clear their doubts.