South China Morning Post reporters and editors discuss the outbreak of coronavirus from Wuhan, the stories they are covering and the misinformation and conspiracy theories they are confronting on social media both in mainland China and the west. Finbarr Bermingham speaks with Teddy Ng, Mimi Lau and Laurie Chen from the SCMP China desk. Get the latest updates and news from: www.scmp.com
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Many are comparing the new coronavirus to the SARS outbreak in 2003. But there are some major differences between then and now, including the power and influence of social media. The Weekly investigates misinformation and disinformation, and the fight to protect the public. Jan 26, 2020
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