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Winnie Adebayo and team research COVID-19 public messaging

As the development of the novel coronavirus pandemic continues, so does the public health messaging that is relayed to people around the world.
Winnie Adebayo and team research COVID-19 public messaging

Dr. Winnie Adebayo

As the development of the novel coronavirus pandemic continues, so does the public health messaging that is relayed to people around the world. Because the virus has yet to be completely understood by many health professionals, the need to understand which public health messages are providing accurate and informative messages to the community and which are causing unnecessary anxiety grows daily. Read the full article here.

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