WASHINGTON – Releasing his growing frustration on social media on Friday, President Biden said platforms like Facebook were “killing” people by giving people ambiguity about the coronavirus vaccine to spread online.

Mr. Biden’s stern statement hid weeks of anger at the White House over the spread of inline contraindications to vaccinations, though the pace of inoculation has slowed and health officials warn of growing fears of a delta variant.

Before the weekend at Marine One at Camp David, Maryland, Mr. Bivin was asked what his message was on social media platforms when it came to the ambiguity of the Covid-19.

“They’re killing people,” he said. “Look, the only epidemic we have is one of unpredictability, and it’s – and it’s killing people.”

Mr. Biden’s comments suggest a more aggressive approach to vaccinating Americans and encouraging officers and volunteers to get shots to go home during the week. The Surgeon General of the United States used his first formal formal advice to block the dangerous health information of tech and social media companies that pose an “immediate threat to public health.”

The Biden administration has warned against spreading false information about vaccines and coronavirus from various sources, including politicians and newspapers. But this week, White House officials went further and created social media companies to allow misinformation to spread. According to a person familiar with the matter, it comes after weeks of failed attempts to turn the information over to Facebook, which details what methods were used to combat misinformation about the vaccine.

“Our point is that there is information that people are not getting vaccinated, and as a result people are dying,” White House Press Secretary Jane Sasaki told Mr. Biden made his own comment. “And we have a responsibility to raise that issue when it comes to public health.”

The spread of misinformation has become the latest flash point for social media companies. Facebook and other social media sites have struggled with their role as a platform for speech while shielding their users from disintegration campaigns such as Russian attempts to influence the presidential election or false statements about the epidemic.

Facebook rejected the president’s statements.

“We cannot be distracted by allegations that are not substantiated by facts,” company spokesman Danny Lever said. He pointed to efforts to promote official information about the Covid-19 and the official information about the vaccines seen by two billion people on the platform.

Democrats and political leaders in the news media have called on Democrats to crack down on those who spread false information, calling the actions censorship and political bias.

The day before Mr. Statement of Biden, Ms. Pasaki said the Biden administration is saluting “problematic posts for Facebook that spread ambiguity,” questioning whether those nalines are balancing the First Amendment right of those who harm public health through White House messaging.

Ms. Pasaki said the administration recommended to the platform that they create a strategy of enforcement against those who promote false statements about the epidemic, adding that 12 people are active on Facebook who give tiv 65 percent antivaccine misinformation on social media. Ms. Sasaki seems to refer to the statistics of the Counter Center of Digital Hat, a for-profit that aims to fight disinformation.

“You should ban one platform and not the other,” Ms. Pasaki said.

In response to questions Friday about possible overreach by the federal government in encouraging Facebook to drop posts, Ms. “It’s a matter of public health,” Pasaki said.

“We raised for them in our live channels, every administration of which is always with every social media platform, that we are seeing this trend.” “She is OK. That information is incorrect. “

Since January, senior White House officials, including the Surgeon General, Dr. Vivek Murthy is in talks with a social media company to spread misinformation about the side effects of vaccination and other harms.

Despite repeated requests by the White House, Facebook has not shared basic data on how much of the vaccine is misinformed and how the company is working to stop its spread, according to a person familiar with the negotiations. When administration officials released data from CrowdTangle, a Facebook-owned content tracking tool that showed that vaccine misinformation was on the rise, company officials denied its accuracy.

In another meeting with Dr. Murthy, Facebook officials, noted that he tried to get “influencers” with a large audience to promote vaccinations, said a person familiar with the meetings. Dr. Murthy angrily said that while the company promoted its efforts to promote vaccination, it did not do enough to protect against bad information.

In a tense meeting late in the spring, according to a person familiar with the matter, a Facebook official responded defensively, “How do you know if your efforts are working?”

Mr. Biden’s comments came as less than 0 percent of Americans are fully vaccinated, and many top health experts have called on the president to do more to reach people who have not yet received shots.

Hospital admissions remain low compared to epidemic peaks, while local hotspots are emerging as public health officials warn of the spread of the Delta variant. Republican leaders, some of whom have spread ambiguity about the vaccine, have begun to speak out more strongly in favor of getting shots of the virus spreading in conservative communities. These vaccines are effective against the delta variant.

The White House has sought to advance grassroots efforts, such as campaigns to encourage Americans to get their shots, to provide volunteers with door-to-door information to provide accurate information about the vaccine.

Administrative officials are particularly concerned about hesitation rates among young adults, who also recruited 18-year-old pop star Olivia Rodrigo to the White House this week to encourage vaccinations.

The White House has also dispatched top officials from across the country to promote the vaccine, with some officials making the case on social media.