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Title: The Peru approach against the COVID-19 infodemic: Insights and strategies
Authors: Alvarez-Risco, Aldo
Mejia, Christian R.
Delgado-Zegarra, Jaime
Del-Aguila-Arcentales, Shyla
Arce-Esquivel, Arturo A.
Valladares-Garrido, Mario J.
Rosas del Portal, Mauricio
Villegas, León F.
Curioso, Walter H.
Chandra Sekar, M.
Keywords: Inteligencia Artificial
Red neuronal convolucional
Enfermedad del coronavirus 2019
Publisher: Universidad Continental
Issue Date: 2020
Date available: 26-Aug-2021
Bibliographic citation: Alvarez, A., Mejia, C. (2020). The Peru approach against the COVID-19 infodemic: Insights and strategies. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 103(2), 583-586.
Description: The COVID-19 epidemic has spawned an “infodemic,” with excessive and unfounded information that hinders an appropriate public health response. This perspective describes a selection of COVID-19 fake news that originated in Peru and the government’s response to this information. Unlike other countries, Peru was relatively suc- cessful in controlling the infodemic possibly because of the implementation of prison sentences for persons who created and shared fake news. We believe that similar actions by other countries in collaboration with social media companies may offer a solution to the infodemic problem.
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