Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in California is developing a possible coronavirus treatment based on UV rays. Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) is testing UV light solution to sterilize passenger aircraft. And, Boeing has developed a self-cleaning lavatory on planes — using UV light.
But President Trump mentioned the possibility of this treatment at a press conference, so now, according to YouTube, it needs to be censored.
YouTube removed a video Friday touting an ultraviolet-based medical platform as a possible treatment for COVID-19 coronavirus.
The video in question was posted by Aytu BioScience, a publicly-traded special pharmaceutical company focused on “commercializing novel products,” after the White House said there was evidence humidity and ultra-violet light could greatly affect the virus.
It promoted a product called Healight, developed by Californian Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and exclusively licensed to Aytu BioScience, as per a press release published April 20.
The Google subsidiary took down the clip for “violating community guidelines” after being flagged by a New York Times reporter.
Previously, YouTube said it was going to take down coronavirus content that did not follow the World Health Organization’s guidelines on COVID-19…..