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Covid-19: What’s the harm of ‘funny’ anti-vaccine memes? | BBC News

By Jack Goodman & Flora Carmichael
November 29, 2020

Memes, often in the form of humorous images and videos, are a major part of how people communicate on the internet, but they can also be used to spread disinformation.

We’ve been looking at how these memes can present false and misleading information about Covid-19 vaccines, feeding into concerns about their efficacy or safety.

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Source: Covid-19: What’s the harm of ‘funny’ anti-vaccine memes? – BBC News

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