A new survey shows that 81 per cent of China's netizens spend between one and four hours a day browsing information about Covid-19. Photo: Shutterstock A new survey shows that 81 per cent of China's netizens spend between one and four hours a day browsing information about Covid-19. Photo: Shutterstock
A new survey shows that 81 per cent of China's netizens spend between one and four hours a day browsing information about Covid-19. Photo: Shutterstock
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Covid-19 news on WeChat and Weibo is stressing out Chinese netizens, study shows

  • Survey links depression, anxiety and stress to reading news about Covid-19 on social media
  • Social media also offers comfort during social distancing, creating a need for balance

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A new survey shows that 81 per cent of China's netizens spend between one and four hours a day browsing information about Covid-19. Photo: Shutterstock A new survey shows that 81 per cent of China's netizens spend between one and four hours a day browsing information about Covid-19. Photo: Shutterstock
A new survey shows that 81 per cent of China's netizens spend between one and four hours a day browsing information about Covid-19. Photo: Shutterstock
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