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Covid-19: YouTube launches vaccination ad campaign – Yahoo News Australia

The video-sharing site will pay for ads on buses, billboards and its own site to promote vaccination.

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YouTube has launched a multi-million-pound advertising campaign to encourage young people in the UK to get vaccinated against Covid-19.
It said the partnership with the NHS would involve ads on buses, billboards, bus stops and YouTube, with the video-sharing site paying for them.
YouTube has been criticised for being slow to stop the spread of coronavirus disinformation.
But it said it had removed 900,000 Covid-19 videos that broke its rules.
The campaign will feature…

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