Comparison of Knowledge and Information-Seeking Behavior After General COVID-19 Public Health Messages and Messages Tailored for Black and Latinx Comm

This study found that physician-delivered messaging for Black and Latinx participants increased their knowledge about COVID-19 symptoms and prevention methods, and that race-concordant messages modestly increased knowledge-seeking behavior among Black participants, but not among Latinx participants.
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