Covid 19

Vaccine mis/disinformation weekly report #21

For our final Mis/Disinformation report in this format, we look into social media conversationsfrom two platforms – Facebook and Twitter – beginning from late-February into mid-March.Conversations were largely driven by the developments in the Ukraine/Russia War,developments around the Pfizer vaccine, mistrust about vaccine effectiveness and generalconfusion Read full report

The other pandemic: social media engagement around non-communicable disease preventive behaviours during Nigeria’s COVID-19 lockdowns (Full Academic Paper)

Given the complexity of global health crises such as the COVID-19 pandemic, it is typical for crisis-focused interventions to have a multiplicity of impacts. Some of these impacts may yield positive or negative externalities for health priorities that do not have the same perceived urgency Read full report