Going from virtually no news about the COVID-19 pandemic to all news all the time about the pandemic in just a few months has the American public struggling to determine what information is relevant, according to Gallup. The World …
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“Infodemic”: Too Much COVID-19 Info
Category Archives: COVID-19 news
April 29, 2020 – 11:20 am
Pew Research Center has recently completed and publish research to determine how closely Americans are following COVID-19 news and whether that is changing over time. From mid-March to near the end of the month, Pew looked at how strong our …
By Dean Goldman | |