University of Minnesota: Organized efforts to debunk COVID untruths helped, but more work needed

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While certain methods have been identified as ways to slow down the spread of and reduce the belief in misinformation, it continues to cause problems. Misinformation reduces trust in doctors and science and, in the case of the COVID-19 virus, it causes people to not wear masks or get vaccinated, resulting in more transmission and more deaths.

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