Google Bans Ads for Medical Face Masks Due to Coronavirus1 min read

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Google has joined the other tech giants and has temporarily banned all the associated ads for medical face masks amid the Pandemic Coronavirus. The outbreak has seen a drastic approach in face masks advertising across all the digital channels with a staggering increase of confusion among the consumers. Hence, the call was a much needed one.

A Google Representative has said to CNBC through an e-mail that-

“Out of an abundance of caution, we have decided to temporarily ban all medical face mask ads. We’re actively monitoring the situation and will continue to take action as needed to protect users.”

The limitation just applies to face masks for the time being, and doesn’t make a difference to advertisements for different items that could ensure against the flare-up, similar to hazmat suits and sanitizers, which have additionally multiplied lately.

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Google said it is “proceeding to evaluate” regardless of whether the boycott ought to apply to different items, and said will take a “couple of days” to bring down existing mask ads, which means clients are probably going to even now observe them in the coming days.

The most recent policy change comes as Google responds to misinformation on its platforms in the wake of the rapidly spreading COVID-19 infection, which has executed in excess of 4,200 individuals and contaminated at any rate 118,000 individuals around the globe.

Google follows Facebook, which on Friday announced that it is temporarily banning ads and commerce listings selling medical face masks.

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