Facebook Is Removing My Coronavirus Posts

I have to report that the coronavirus information and news posts that I’ve been sharing on Facebook have been getting removed by Facebook today. This includes several posts I’ve shared there from my blog, news items from other sources, and even reshares of other people’s posts. Other people have also been telling me that when they try to post links to my website articles, Facebook is now blocking them from doing so. I’ve been getting notifications like this one throughout the day there, informing me of the removals. When I click through, I see a notice claiming that a post was removed as spam. None of these are spam though. In fact, people have been expressing much appreciation that I’ve been sharing this kind of info to keep them informed. Here’s an example (see the pic below) showing that my Facebook post that linked to my March 12th blog post (The Opposite of Fear) was removed. I shared this post on my personal account there, as I normally do with many of my blog posts to make it more convenient for people on Facebook to access them. Along with several other posts and comments of mine from the past week, Facebook even removed my reshare of Jason Warner’s excellent post on coronavirus, which was already reshared 119K times when I reshared it yesterday. Jason’s post is still online and now has 167K reshares and 500+ comments. How could my reshare of a popular and super informative post that could save liv...
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