Can social media networks predict the spread of COVID-19?

Keava Low, Research Analyst (London)

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We summarise an academic note that researches social media connections, and whether regions with a stronger social “connectedness” to a COVID-19 epicentre experiences a higher number of coronavirus cases than regions that don’t.


In this literature review, we discuss the paper titled

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