Twitter COVID-19 blocks links to the Daily Mail article on the question of death

Links posted on the Twitter platform are seen to be blocked which is a linked one Daily message An article that raised questions about the number of deaths caused by COVID-19 in the UK.

The article was written by Daily Mail Deputy Health Editor, Eve Simmons, also complained that the UK government could significantly increase the number of deaths from the virus.

“Do government figures overestimate Britain’s horrific cowardly death toll?” Ask the title of the article.

“The health chiefs are embarrassed to admit that the numbers they are feeding the government are just an estimate – a source of frustration for ministers,” Simmons wrote.

“More recently, it has been revealed that a quarter of Omicron deaths, included in the daily statistics, did not actually list Kovid as the primary cause. More than two years after the emergence of Kovid-19, many feel that they want a simple answer: How many have died from this virus?

According to Restore the netUsers linked the article, Twitter displayed a message with the link.

“Warning: this link may be unsafe,” a Twitter display read.

“The link you are trying to access has been identified by Twitter or our partners as potential spammy or unsafe according to Twitter’s URL policy,” the message continued.

After the news of the block spread, Twitter showed the opposite way. Restore the net It was reported that the platform was blocked for some time on Sunday morning.

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