Religious-based coronavirus vaccine conspiracies circulating the internet.

A number of religious-based conspiracy theories about the COVID-19 vaccine are increasingly popular on social media. They often refer to Christian themes regarding the devil and the apocalypse. This type of content is becoming increasingly difficult for social media companies to moderate, despite their recent crackdowns on misinformation. Elizabeth Dwoskin, a Silicon Valley correspondent for The Washington Post, joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano to explain the implications of these false claims.

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