The creators of Facebook took some steps to make the platform a reliable health information source. Many people still go to Facebook to get some information. They also scroll past a post and believe whatever people put out on the platform.\r\n\r\nRecently, Facebook decided to improve the platform by banning misinformation through typical Facebook groups. The online platform will now remove a group that does not follow the guidelines. Also, they will not pop up health-related Facebook groups in the recommendation section.\r\n\r\nThey can also limit or ban a person for some time from creating more groups who violate Facebook policies. These groups are usually notorious for their conspiracy theories and misinformation. The information spread pretty quickly as the website algorithm shows it to more people.\r\n\r\nAlso read- The US Wildfires: We Are Unaware of the Health After Effects\r\n\r\nThe website is making efforts to bring authentic health information to the platform. The coronavirus crisis also highlighted the importance of real facts about health issues. The online platform also introduced new policies that require the admins to stay active in their groups. People can also pass down the administration to other members of the group if they are not staying active enough.\r\n\r\nFacebook can also recommend new admins for the group from the members. This can help them choose a new admin for the group. However, they will archive that group if no one steps up to become an admin.\r\n\r\nFacebook also introduced some new rules that show that the moderators of that group can not approve post violating the guidelines of Facebook. They can permanently remove the group if they keep posting violating stuff on the group feed.\r\n\r\nThe platform stresses the importance of getting health information from an authentic and reliable source. Facebook groups can be a source of support amid difficult situations related to health or other matters. However, one should not visit a Facebook group for health information.\r\n\r\nMany people tried to spread coronavirus related conspiracy theories during the pandemic. Even though the platform tried to limit them, they can not be stopped entirely. Facebook is a huge platform with millions of users and it is easy to spread misinformation on the website.\r\n\r\nMeanwhile, Facebook tried to reduce the content related to anti-vaccination. They also tried to limit the posts related to coronavirus misinformation. The company took a step forward and display banners to indicate pages related to vaccines. They also added information in the context of the posts related to Covid-19.\r\n\r\nEven though the company made significant efforts to prevent misinformation, many posts get through it. They can spread false or fake information due to the wide access to people from different fields. However, as a user, a person can avoid following or joining any suspicious-looking pages or groups.\r\n\r\nAlso read- What is the Future of the World Economy After Covid-19?\r\n\r\nFacebook took another step to reduce the spread of violence-related posts. The company will also limit this kind of content on the website.\r\n\r\nIn this age of digital media, people can easily spread misinformation related to any topic or cause. The coronavirus pandemic, for instance, is the burning topic these days. Many people take this crisis as an opportunity to spread fake information among vulnerable groups. However, a person should always visit authentic websites in case of health information.