Accurate science communication is key in the fight against COVID-19

Much of the uncertainty about COVID-19 is linked to misinformation which scientific findings can combat Image: REUTERS/Francis Mascarenhas

Sabrina Sholts

Young Scientist, World Economic Forum


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