An investigation revealed that what is rightly stated in a quarter of the videos is actually wrong.
These videos also had videos released by the governments, in which the information was found correct.
new Delhi: You must have heard the proverbial threat Something similar is happening with Corona. Videos are being made in the name of information on social media to protect against corona, but the question is, are they right? An investigation revealed that what is rightly stated in a quarter of the videos is actually wrong.
Research by BMJ Global Health, an international online journal website, has revealed shocking figures. This research started on 21 March, the results of which have now come. BMJ conducted a corona search on 'You-Tube' and explored the top 75 videos. Similarly, searched Kovid-19 and investigated the top 75 videos made on it.
That means 150 videos came in research. 69 videos were selected for research by removing duplicate videos and imposing conditions. 27 per cent of the videos contained factual errors. The video was not explained properly, nor was there any appeal related to the disease.
These 69 videos also had videos released by governments in which the information was found correct. While giving a clarification, YouTube said that every effort is made to give the correct information and videos which give false information are removed. It means that if you are taking any information from social media, then think carefully that if this information does not become heavy on your life.