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(FILES) In this file photo taken on April 03, 2018 YouTube's headquarters is seen during in San Bruno, California. HealthvirusUSITdisinformationYouTube - YouTube has unveiled a fresh effort to stem the spread of coronavirus misinformation with a "news shelf" on its homepage promoting "authoritative content." The move is the latest by technology platforms to curb the sharing of rumors and hoaxes about the pandemic, with Facebook having announced a similar action this week. (Photo by JOSH EDELSON / AFP)

YouTube to promote ‘authoritative’ virus content on homepage