The potential of frequently used information technologies during the pandemic
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Over three billion people in the world are quarantined or in social isolation, and border closings and restrictions on transportation are in place, among other measures. As a result, widely used information technologies—cell phones in particular—have become the main way that people, governments, and health institutions work, interact, share information, exchange and generate knowledge, and communicate.
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