Project 2

Project 2

Published on 17 September 2022
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Transcript
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Falsehoods have been shown to spread faster and farther than accurate information and research suggests that misinformation can have negative effects in the real world, such as amplifying controversy about vaccines and propagating unproven cancer treatments.
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Health misinformation on social media, therefore, urgently requires greater action from those working in public health research and practice. We define “health misinformation” as any health-related claim of fact that is false based on current scientific consensus.
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So, no matter what you read
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No matter what you hear
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Please, endeavor to verify with the NCDC, the most trusted source of COVID-19 related information in Nigeria...