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August 4, 2020
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Coronavirus: How to talk about conspiracy theories

Conspiracy theories have thrived during the pandemic. Maybe you even have a friend or relative who’s brought one up in conversation. How can you talk to them without starting an argument – or sending them further down the rabbit hole?

The BBC’s specialist disinformation reporter Marianna Spring brought together a dad who got in touch with her about a coronavirus conspiracy theory and an expert in the field. They discussed fact and fiction – and demonstrated some key tips on how to talk about conspiracy theories.

Video journalist: Soraya Auer

Motion graphics: Jacqueline Galvin

Click Here to Visit Orignal Source of Article https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-53395619

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