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Coronavirus memes are taking over the web and filling young people with fear. 

Feb 07 2020

Coronavirus memes are taking over the web and filling young people with fear. Memes (and misinformation) about the disease are quickly spreading on the web, causing young adults, who spend most of their time online, to panic. Around the country, some high school and college students are starting petitions and campaigns to call for classes to be cancelled until the outbreak subsides. Coronavirus influencers are increasing in popularity, as some take advantage of the moment for TikTok fame. The WHO and CDC aren’t generally where young people turn to for news, but the organizations are scrambling to find ways to communicate across generational lines. (LATimes)