Published on 21 May 2020

​NCID survey: 60% received fake COVID-19 information on social media

Berita Mediacorp online, 21 May ( Mediacorp_200521_NCID NUS NTU.pdf)

In a joint study conducted by the National Centre for Infectious Diseases, NTU Wee Kim Wee School of Communication And Information and NUS Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health, results showed that 60 per cent of respondents received false information about the Covid-19 pandemic, but only 14 per cent shared it almost all the time. The online survey on social and behavioral factors during a pandemic involved 700 participants.