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The 4th #CoronaVirusFacts report by IFCN members: “Google, Facebook and Twitter could do more to surface fact-checks about coronavirus

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Google, Facebook and Twitter could do more to surface fact-checks about coronavirus

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On social media, IFCN has shared the following content:

Twitter: https://twitter.com/factchecknet/status/1225418872221683713?s=20
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/factchecknet/photos/a.675312159653563/827598587758252/?type=3&theater
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/p/B8Ol91FBYJf/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

Please use our hashtags #CoronaVirusFacts and #DatosCoronaVirus on every fact-check you publish.

Read the reports published by the #CoronaVirusFacts collaboration project:

Report #1 (published Jan. 28): Coronavirus: Fact-checkers from 30 countries are fighting 3 waves of misinformation

Report #2 (published Jan. 30): Photos and videos allegedly showing the coronavirus are now challenging fact-checkers

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