MENLO PARK (CNN/CBS SF) — Bay Area-based social media giant Facebook on Wednesday confirmed it had removed a post from President Donald Trump’s page for containing false claims about COVID-19.

The post was a video of an interview the President gave to Fox News on Wednesday morning.

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“This video includes false claims that a group of people is immune from COVID-19 which is a violation of our policies around harmful COVID misinformation,” Facebook spokesperson Andy Stone said in a statement Wednesday.

Stone added the specific comments that had run afoul of Facebook’s rules were Trump’s false claims about children being almost immune to the virus.

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The removal marks the latest instance when the social media company owned by Mark Zuckerberg has taken action on one of the President’s posts. Last month, the site flagged a post Trump made about mail-in ballots leading to a “corrupt election,” though it did not fact-check the post.

In June, the site took down ads run by President Trump’s re-election campaign for breaching its policies on organized hate groups.

Facebook has weathered significant criticism in recent months over inaction on the President’s posts, including a “virtual walkout” by the company’s workers in early June and the #StopHateForProfit boycott of advertising on both Facebook and Twitter that grew to 500 companies in July that included Coca Cola, Verizon and North Face.

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