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WhatsApp users spread antivaccine misinformation in India: Report The messaging service has made it harder to forward messages to large groups of people

Technology News: Antivaccine falsehood, some of it from online networking posts in the West, is spreading in India on WhatsApp, undermining endeavors to find measles and rubella in a nation where countless individuals are struck by the infections every year. Many schools in Mumbai have wouldn't enable wellbeing authorities to complete inoculations as of late, to a great extent as a result of bits of gossip shared on Facebook Inc's prevalent informing application about the alleged threats. A few thousand kids have passed up treatment up until this point, as indicated by


authorities at the United Nations Children's Fund. In New Delhi, a battle to immunize understudies at schools has been ended by frightened guardians. "It's bits of gossip on WhatsApp" that are the central guilty party, said Sonia Sarkar, a Unicef official in New Delhi. "They've voyage quicker than the immunizations."Read More Business Standard

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