Twitter censors @CovidAnalysis scientific research
December 27, 2020: Twitter has censored our account @CovidAnalysis. There was no notification, no explanation, no warning, and they have deleted all our contacts and messages. We only posted COVID-19 medical studies and never received any kind of warning.
Twitter is censoring early treatment of COVID-19. For example, they censored the Brazilian Ministry of Health (1.2M followers) for informing citizens that they should request early treatment. The translation of the censored tweet is: "To combat Covid-19, the guideline is not to wait. The sooner treatment is started, the greater the chances of recovery. So, stay tuned! When showing symptoms of Covid-19, #Don't Wait, go to a Health Unit and request early treatment."
Other censored accounts include @Covid19Crusher, World Council for Health, @marybethpf, Dr. Peter McCullough, Dr. Bryan Tyson, Dr. George Fareed, and @cov19treatments. Covid19Crusher was the most respected source of COVID-19 treatment research analysis on Twitter. Even well-known anti-treatment pro-censorship personalities disagreed with the censorship. While most Twitter personalities post what agrees with their pre-announced positions, this account always posted both positive and negative results. While all COVID-19 Twitter personalities have posted information that was later found to be inaccurate, this account would always post caveats and corrections as appropriate. Dr. Peter McCullough is one of the most cited physicians of all time and a pioneer in the early treatment of COVID-19. Mary Beth Pfeiffer is a highly respected author and investigative journalist that has made invaluable contributions related to COVID-19 early treatment. Dr. Bryan Tyson and Dr. George Fareed run urgent care clinics in California, USA that have treated over 7,000 COVID-19 patients with dramatically lower mortality and hospitalization (zero mortality for patients treated within the first week).
February 26, 2021: We received a form letter from Twitter without any details of which tweet is of concern. We guess the suspension is from a faulty automated system and have requested manual review and restoration.
April 30, 2021: We received the same form letter from Twitter without any details. We have asked them to let us know which tweet they claim violates which rule.
July 13, 2021: We received the same form letter from Twitter without any details. We have asked them to let us know which tweet they claim violates which rule.
Sep 15, 2021: We received the same form letter from Twitter without any details. We have asked them to let us know which tweet they claim violates which rule.
Jun 11, 2022: We received the same form letter from Twitter without any details. We have asked them to let us know which tweet they claim violates which rule.
December 10, 2022: No response from Twitter yet.
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