The Venezuelan government on Sunday accused Facebook Inc. of freezing President Nicolas Maduro’s page for up to 30 days because the company violated its policy of disseminating misinformation about COVID-19 and therefore called it “digital Totalitarianism”.

Facebook told Reuters this weekend that it also shot a video in which Maduro promoted Carvativir, a remedy developed by Venezuela, and he claimed that there is no evidence to cure this. disease. Facebook said it has followed the guidance of the World Health Organization (WHO) that there is currently no cure for the virus.

The Venezuelan Ministry of Information said in a statement on Sunday that Facebook is pursuing “pandemic content” and described Cavative as a “nationally produced and engineered” retrovirus.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said: “We have witnessed the digital totalitarianism practiced by supranational companies, and they want to impose their laws on countries around the world.”

Facebook declined to comment.

The Venezuelan doctor warned that the effect of kavatevir on the coronavirus has not yet been determined. This treatment is derived from thyme, an herb that has been used in traditional medicine for hundreds of years.

Maduro has been overseeing the economic collapse since taking office in 2013 and has been called a dictator by Washington and many other Western countries. He said in a tweet on Sunday that he will broadcast the daily coronavirus briefing on his wife’s first lady’s Facebook account. Cilia Flores.

South American countries have reported 155,663 new coronaviruses and 1,555 deaths. These figures are lower than those of their counterparts in many regions, but the country’s political opponents say that due to the lack of testing, the true number of cases may be much higher.

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