rampant across the globe, and there doesn’t seem to be an end in sight. It
started in December 2019 in China and has grown into a worldwide problem,
unlike anything any of us have ever seen before.
it will be like repeating most of the information you have already seen or
social media corona virus pandemic”
the only way for some people), especially if you are trying to alert people of
something serious in a very, very quick manner. Whether it is COVID-19 news
from individual states or news on a national scope, social media gets the
message where it needs to go.
last few days to weeks. The number of people being affected by the illness in
states, counties, and specific cities and towns come to mind. This news has
made people aware of how the situation has been constantly deteriorating the
sense of normalcy across the nation. Social media has also educated us about
the symptoms of COVID-19–in turn, perhaps saving lives!
One, in particular, is the term “social distancing.” According to John Hopkins
Medicine, the act of social distancing involves “deliberately increasing the
physical space between people to avoid spreading illness.” It is also suggested
to stay at least six feet away from other people to lessen your chances of
platforms is the number of professional athletes, celebrities, and influencers
that have spoken up urging people to take everything they see about COVID-19
seriously and follow suit. Whether it’s Tom Hanks who suffered from the illness
himself or other high-profile figures quarantining themselves, people are more
inclined to listen when one of these figures speaks out or shares a message
through social media.
social media. In contrast to social media been a good channel for spreading information and news, some of
that can be misinformation or “fake news” and misinformation, especially about
COVID-19, can cause panic. Most of the information when read seems to be true
but it leads to serious as a worldwide pandemic. However, it is advisable to
conduct some research to see if what you are reading is actually factual,
otherwise, you may be inclined to share the misinformation and fuel the fear of
something that isn’t necessarily true.
refrain from posting anything that makes fun of, ridicules, or minimizes the
situation. It could spell trouble for you, especially as a business. If you are
going to post about COVID-19, be informative and make sure your followers know
what’s happening with you, your business, or the situation overall.