COVID-19 misinformation in Canada: Report on survey findings to date
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This report synthesizes preliminary findings of several Canadian-focused surveys relating to COVID-19 and misinformation. It focuses on two specific areas: • the extent to which Canadians are exposed to COVID-19 misinformation online, and • the extent to which Canadians are believing misinformation.
DescriptionThe cover image in this report is created by Redgirl Lee. It is called Myth busters and it was retrieved on May 29, 2020 from https://unsplash.com/photos/r31mu4MKeAc. It was submitted to the United Nations Global Call Out To Creatives - help stop the spread of COVID-19. The authors thank Redgirl Lee and all the creatives who responded to the UN initiative, for their help in promoting evidence-based information regarding COVID-19.
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