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How Covid vaccine misinformation is spreading through TikTok’s sound feature

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A recent study found that more than 100 videos spreading false vaccine information on TikTok were viewed more than 20 million times before the social media platform could remove or limit the content. NBC News’ Brandy Zadrozny explains how these videos were able to spread so quickly and who the false information is targeting.