Twitter removed a tweet from top White House coronavirus adviser Dr. Scott Atlas for questioning the effectiveness of masks in combatting COVID-19.Atlas’ tweet read “Masks work? NO” and preceded several others that questioned the use of face coverings in preventing the spread of the coronavirus. Atlas also used examples of areas where he had said ‘cases exploded even with mandates’ including  Los Angeles, Miami, Hawaii, Alabama, France, Philippines, United Kingdom, Spain and Israel. In a statement to the Hill, Twitter said the doctor’s tweet “was in violation of our COVID-19 Misleading Information Policy” that “prohibits sharing false or misleading content related to COVID-19 which could lead to harm.”The White House coronavirus adviser added to his tweet, saying “‘That means the right policy is @realDonaldTrump guideline: use masks for their intended purpose – when close to others, especially hi risk. Otherwise, social distance. No widespread mandates. #CommonSense,” Atlas wrote. DR ATLAS RESPONDS TO CNN ANCHOR AFTER TRUMP TAPS HIM NEW CORONAVIRUS ADVISERThe removal of Atlas’ tweet is the latest in a series of actions the company has taken to either remove or flag posts by members of the Trump administration, including the president himself, that it says are misleading or false when it comes to issues ranging from the coronavirus pandemic to the


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