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Twitter is adding a COVID-19 vaccine fact box box to users’ timelines

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Twitter is adding a new prompt to users’ timelines to help promote the ongoing COVID-19 vaccination effort, giving users all over the world access to the “latest vaccine info” in their country. On the iOS and Android apps, the new notice appears as a large, unmissable box at the top of users’ Twitter feeds, urging them to “make sure you have the most up-to-date information on the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccinations.”

At least in the United States, tapping that link takes you to a new Twitter event page with vaccine information, presented as a series of collected tweets from organizations such as the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

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The guide is divided into several sections, including information on vaccine efficacy, potential side effects, pregnancy advice, and more.

It’s the latest effort by a major tech firm to promote COVID-19 vaccines and provide users with useful and accurate information. For example, Facebook recently added vaccination information by state to its News Feed for US users, and YouTube is running a PSA ad campaign to encourage people to get their shots.

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