To end this public health crisis, journalists need to humble themselves
It's a tough truth: most people won't read your article, journalists. You still have a responsibility to them.
Back in December, I wrote an article about a disturbing trend I noticed in media coverage about the newly available COVID-19 vaccines. As with virtually every medical intervention, a handful of people had adverse reactions to the vaccine.
Several mainstream news outlets jumped on these stories, which is fair enough. It’s important that info about those r…
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