Nearly every person in Iran seems to have had covid-19 at least once, by
O skuteczności szczepień przeciw Covid19 w hospitalizacjach u nastolatkówhttps://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/70/wr/mm7042e1.htm?s_cid=mm7042e1_w …
"This policy is working" says
A policy to sit back and allow #COVID19 to spread unchecked through the community and schools
Completely unconcerned about the 1000s who are getting #LongCovid every single day
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Infodemic has made reliable information more difficult to find and distinguish, allowing rumours to spread faster, endangering public health, hampering the implementation of effective preventive measures.
of inaccurate information about the disease, making it difficult for people to make informed decisions. The exact extent of the spread of excessive online and offline disinformation about COVID-19 is still unknown, but is nonetheless of great concern.
However, when misused, the Internet can provide false information that can influence decisions. Disinformation is not limited to the Internet, and the provision of false information is not something that just emerged. The SARS-CoV2 pandemic is accompanied by an explosion
closer together, and in the era of pandemics and lockdowns, it allowed to contact with family, friends and even to work. Many companies have completely changed the form of employment and many employees are permanently working remotely.
the population on taking prevention measures and, in the long term, to uphold best practice on preparedness and response in the event of new cry sis. The Internet is a great tool. Used properly and for good purposes, it provides knowledge, entertainment, brings people
the adaptation, development, validation and evaluation of new evidence-based measures and practices to prevent, detect and respond to disinformation. Moreover, such regulations will help to promote, disseminate and strengthen evidence-based guidance for individuals and
to identify and reduce barriers for people. Like pathogens in epidemics, disinformation spreads further and faster and adds complexity to responding to health emergencies. Infodemic cannot be eliminated, but can be managed. To effectively respond to infodemic WHO called for
when they need it. Access to good, reliable, accurate data is crucial in decision making, including those related to health. In times of epidemics and crises, it becomes even more important to disseminate accurate information quickly,
some information is accurate, good and reliable, while others is not. In a similar way to an epidemic, infodemic is spread between people via digital and physical information. This makes it difficult for people to find reliable sources and reliable guidance