On Sunday, local time, Mr. Tesp posted on twitter that he was immune to the new crown. Twitter immediately responded by tagging the tweet, which it said violated the rules and allegedly spread misleading information about the new crown.
Mr. Trump said in a tweet that the White House doctor had signed off on his immunity and would not be infected with the virus or spread it. Twitter then tagged the tweet as a waiver. Twitter considers Trump’s tweets to be a violation of the rules and may even be harmful by spreading misleading new messages, though It has not deleted them in the public interest. A Twitter spokesman told the media that Trump’s tweets spread misleading information and that under standard procedures, the interaction of tweets would be limited.
Once the new corona infected person recovers, how long can the antibody be maintained? How long can secondary infection be avoided? There is no clear conclusion on these issues, so Twitter believes Trump’s tweets are suspected of being illegal.