How to complicate a public health message

If you take public transportation in Sweden, you have to wear a mask to keep from spreading Covid. Unless if it’s between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. or between 6 p.m. and 7.a.m. Or unless you have a reserved seat. Or unless you were born after 2004.   I believe that wins Sweden the prize for […]

How to complicate a public health message

14 thoughts on “How to complicate a public health message

  1. This was a great post that highlights all of the misinformation out there. But there were a few train wrecks you didn’t not include. It could be its own post about America. We were told that it was airborne and masks were needed, but we had higher echelon people telling us it was fake so a good chunk of people got it from it believing it to be a hoax. There was a story (don’t know how true) that someone was dying from covid and said that covid was fake). Or when we were told that there was a certain chemical that could treat it from Canada which is used to clean fish tanks. Or when we were told to drink bleach because bleach kills germs. Or when these echelons that said it wasn’t real all got together without masks and it became covid-central after a gathering (which everyone denied that was where they contracted covid, even though covid isn’t real). I guess it wasn’t so much a trainwreck as it was an almost deliberate attempt to kill the general population.

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