Facebook keeping people safe, informed during coronavirus crisis

Facebook keeping people safe, informed during coronavirus crisis

Facebook supports the work of the global public health community by keeping people safe and informed during the coronavirus crisis. Facebook is working to address the long-term impacts by supporting industries in need and making it easier for people to find and offer help in their communities.

The social media giant connects people to credible information on Facebook, Messenger, Instagram and WhatsApp and also fights the misinformation of COVID-19 in their apps. The company is also investing $ 100 million in the news sector and supporting fact checkers. (ANI)

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