Tips For Talking About The Coronavirus With Friends, Family : Short Wave Liz Neeley, science communication expert and executive director of The Story Collider, shares some advice for how to talk to your friends and family about the coronavirus. Here's her article for The Atlantic: 'How To Talk About The Coronavirus.'

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How To Talk About The Coronavirus With Friends And Family

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How To Talk About The Coronavirus With Friends And Family

How To Talk About The Coronavirus With Friends And Family

How To Talk About The Coronavirus With Friends And Family

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A women in a mask greets her father in the arrivals area at terminal E at Logan Airport in Boston, Massachusetts on March 13, 2020. Joseph Prezioso/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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A women in a mask greets her father in the arrivals area at terminal E at Logan Airport in Boston, Massachusetts on March 13, 2020.

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Liz Neeley, science communication expert and executive director of The Story Collider, shares some advice for how to talk to your friends and family about the coronavirus. Here's her article for The Atlantic: 'How To Talk About The Coronavirus.'

Email the show at shortwave@npr.org.

This episode was produced by Brent Baughman, edited by Viet Le, and fact-checked by Emily Vaughn.