This article was the first to make me change my behaviour so that I could prevent inadvertently harming others.
Until I read this article, I was hesitant to change my behaviour to engage in serious social distancing (I had started small by avoiding some interactions but I still wanted to go into my office because I enjoy in-person interaction and I still planned to go on a family vacation).
The article inspired me to protect others through my own more-careful actions in a way that did not feel alarmist which was significant because I often interpret alarmist articles to be written that way solely to generate clicks and ad views.
Finally, it was authored by a doctor, not a journalist, which added to the credibility of the message.
In what ways did you change your behaviors as a result of this resource?
I started social distancing by not going into my office (which ended up being closed the next day, anyway), by canceling a family vacation, and by keeping my 5yo from playing with his friends. An unfortunate behaviour change has been the increase in my 5yo's screen time which has gone from ~1hr/day to ~6hrs/day.
In what ways did you share this information?
I forwarded it on WhatsApp, which is how I received it in a work chat group. I also sent a personal message to my colleague who shared it to tell her how impactful it had been.
What information do you feel you are missing about COVID-19?
How long the pandemic will last (not that anyone knows, but it would be nice to get realistic estimates), reinforcement that containment measures are working, and what the new normal might look like when we get there.
What populations or personas are not currently being addressed with today’s COVID-19 information?
People who don't realize the impact their behaviour can have on others.