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Humour, strong emotions and videos about hand-washing in evidence as the British public turns to social media during lockdown

New research about online conversations during the first six months of the coronavirus pandemic shows that, for many public health messages, direct communications from government accounts or prominent officials on social media had less influence[1] than those from other influencers, such as...  

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