Twitter lifting short restrictions due to the Russian COVID-19 vaccine

Social media platform Twitter has lifted briefly restrictions imposed on the official account promoting Russian Sputnik V COVID-19 vaccine, the website showed Thursday.

The account was restricted for about an hour earlier in the day with a warning saying Twitter he had seen “some unusual activity” on the page. “This account was temporarily blocked by an automatic spam filter by mistake. This action has been canceled and the account is now fully operational”, Twitter he said in a statement.

The Sputnik V account said that according to an explanation from Twitter, the brief closure was due to “a possible security breach from Virginia, USA “. The account did not provide further details.

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News Highlights:

  • This action was canceled and the account is now fully operational “, Twitter he said in a statement. The Sputnik V account said that according to an explanation from Twitter, the brief closure was due to “a possible security breach from Virginia, USA “.
  • Twitter lifting short restrictions due to the Russian COVID-19 vaccine