Medios de comunicación, redes sociales, noticias falsas, información incierta, datos preliminares: preocupaciones durante la actual pandemia de COVID-19

  • Rujittika Mungmungpuntipantip Private Academic Consultant, Bangkok Thailand https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0078-7897
  • Viroj Wiwanitkit DY Patil Univerity, Pune, India

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2021-01-20
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Mungmungpuntipantip R, Wiwanitkit V. Medios de comunicación, redes sociales, noticias falsas, información incierta, datos preliminares: preocupaciones durante la actual pandemia de COVID-19. Rev Peru Investig Salud [Internet]. 20ene.2021 [citado 28feb.2021];5(1):5-. Available from: http://revistas.unheval.edu.pe/index.php/repis/article/view/913
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