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This research article provides recommendations for government agencies responding to virus outbreaks after analyzing risk communication during the MERS outbreak. Interorganizational communication is important when responding to novel infectious disease outbreaks like COVID-19. All levels of government agencies play important Read More
This research article suggests that monitoring public conversations and news media can help public health officials make decisions. Information about the COVID-19 pandemic spread most rapidly through Twitter in Korea among individuals who used the word “coronavirus” in their tweets. Read More
Results from this research article, which demonstrated the effectiveness of repetitive information communication through multiple channels for getting people to enact preventative behaviors during a disease outbreak, could be applied to the communication efforts surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. Exposure to Read More

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