How to talk to believers of COVID-19 conspiracy theories
By The Associated Press - | Apr 7, 2021
FILE - In this Aug. 30, 2020, file photo, Sal Lando, left, of Sterling, holds up signs during a protest against mandatory flu vaccinations, outside the Massachusetts State House, in Boston. Psychology experts offer several suggestions for talking to friends and family who believe conspiracy theories about COVID-19. Instead of lecturing or mocking, listen and ask them why they believe what they believe. (Nancy Lane/Boston Herald via AP, File)
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