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Research on conspiracy theories can help people become receptive to health. Work needs to happen now to counter related anti-vaccine narratives.
Cardiff University’s news diary study during the pandemic found the public were confused about a number of issues and became more critical of the UK government.
Ministers must be truthful about coronavirus public health policies and decisions. Journalists must scrutinise and speak out when they are wrong and misleading the public.
There is no evidence that garlic, lemons, and the ketogenic diet can prevent or cure coronavirus.
Jair Bolsonaro has ignored and openly challenged the advice of health authorities, sacked his health minister, and tried to use the coronavirus pandemic for political gain.
Coronavirus: BBC News is uniquely placed to serve the nation – How it does so will define its future.5 min read
The BBC’s audiences have grown as it provides high quality news and information about the coronavirus pandemic. But is it doing enough to hold the government to account?