Big Smile, No Teeth: Living in the age of Internet stupidity


Covid-19. I’m sure at this point, you’ve heard of it. I’m sure you’ve changed your lifestyle in at least some small way because of it. Maybe you’re wearing a mask and avoiding public gatherings, or maybe you’re finally washing your hands again, like me. Good thing I don’t work in food preparation.

But as the fear of a Covid-19 pandemic becomes more and more real every day, the World Health Organisation (WHO) and governments must not only deal with trying for containment but also fake news.

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