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What the pandemic has taught us about science communication

Poor communication of scientific information is holding up progress towards ending the pandemic Image: Vlad Tchompalov on Unsplash

Junaid Nabi

Senior Fellow, The Aspen Institute

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Chart showing the types of misinformation about COVID circulating online
The spread of misinformation is holding up efforts to tackle the pandemic Image: www.statistica.com
A chart showing the sources of information used by vaccine hesitant, resistant and accepting groups
Unclear communication around COVID vaccines has contributed to public hesitancy Image: Nature.com
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