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YouTube sellers found touting bogus coronavirus vaccines and masks

YouTube has been criticized for continuing to host coronavirus disinformation on its video sharing platform during a global health emergency.
Two US advocacy groups which campaign for online safety undertook an 18-day investigation of the video sharing platform in March finding what they say were dozens of examples of dubious videos, including videos touting bogus vaccines the sellers claimed would protect buyers from COVID-19.
They also found videos advertising medical masks of unknown quality for sale.
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