Born in Corona pandemic: Baby in a plastic film – a fact check

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Jeff Horseman
Jeff Horseman got into journalism because he liked to write and stunk at math. He grew up in Vermont and he honed his interviewing skills as a supermarket cashier by asking Bernie Sanders “Paper or plastic?” After graduating from Syracuse University in 1999, Jeff began his journalistic odyssey at The Watertown Daily Times in upstate New York, where he impressed then-U.S. Senate candidate Hillary Clinton so much she called him “John” at the end of an interview. From there, he went to Annapolis, Maryland, where he covered city, county and state government at The Capital newspaper. Today, Jeff writes about anything and everything. Along the way, Jeff has covered wildfires, a tropical storm, 9/11 and the Dec. 2 terror attack in San Bernardino. If you have a question or story idea about politics or the inner workings of government, please let Jeff know. He’ll do his best to answer, even if it involves a little math.

You can see in the Video: Newborn check – in plastic foil eerie Corona-protection measure in the facts.

There are recordings for outrage and excitement in social media: A mother looks at her Newborn by a plastic film. It should be according to a number of users of a Corona-protection measure. But what’s with the Video? In the Bahauptung that the Video showing a Corona-protection measure, is a hoax. The Clip, apparently taken out of context, in order to Covid-19-protection to represent actions as excessive and inhumane. The Video is originally posted by Influencerin Melina Tesi on TikTok. From the Hashstags shows that it is in the shots to images of a caesarean birth. On Instagram, she commented on the use of the Videos: “The people are using my Video to their sick agendas forward, and that is not okay (…) It has nothing to do with Covid or any other twisted ideas to.” The transparent plastic film not to be used for cutting in the context of the Kaiser Operation, as the Corona-protection measure. Instead, you should allow it to parents, the birth of your child with view. Staff at the Brigham and Women’s hospital in Boston to explain in a Video from 2013 that you use the transparent film, in the framework of the so-called “Gentle-C”method. So a kind of “gentle cesarean”. So parents should be able to, in spite of the intervention as much as possible to see. “There’s a third of the carried out here, births takes place in this medical way, we will do our best to make it as natural as possible. One thing, we use transparent OP-curtains.” – William Canmann, Director of obstetric anesthesia, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, The Clip of the alleged Corona-protection measure makes it clear: Videos are online torn from the context, and for agitation and propaganda exploited. Thus, from a normal Emperor birth cut a baseless criticism against Corona-protection measures.

As we examine in the editorial Videos to Manipulation? Here, a look at the Details is important. The individual frames of a video often reveal whether a Video has been edited. We look at picture carefully and zoom in individual cut-outs. Evidence for a Fake the lack of motion blur, unnatural Shadow, or cutting, for example: error. The star seriousness before speed is generally:. We check the facts and Material more thoroughly before we release it. We work with the editors ‘ comprehensive “Team verification” together with RTL, NTV, RTL2, Radio NRW.

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