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Press on the Global COVID-19 Trends and Impact Survey

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The Global COVID-19 Trends and Impact Survey has received significant media attention, both across the United States and internationally. Browse the coverage from the various local, national, and international media outlets listed below.

Facebook shares US county heat maps tracking coronavirus symptoms (BGR)
Facebook seizes the moment (The Verge)
Facebook will expand its symptom tracking survey globally to measure the spread of COVID-19 (The Verge)
CMU partners with Facebook, Google to forecast future of COVID-19 pandemic (Post-Gazette)
Facebook Launches County-by-County Coronavirus Symptom Reporting Tool (SFist)
Facebook survey finds 1% of Britons reporting coronavirus symptoms (The Guardian)
Facebook, Carnegie Mellon, U of Maryland team up on COVID-19 symptom data challenge (Becker’s Health IT)
Ideas wanted: Help make the world’s biggest covid-19 symptom database useful (MIT Technology Review)
Over 30 million people told Facebook if they had the coronavirus or wore masks — and now it will be used for science (CNBC)
Cash Contest Asks Entrants to Use Facebook to Detect COVID Earlier (Medscape)
CMU survey: Allegheny County residents say they mask up (Post-Gazette)
Carnegie Mellon’s COVIDcast tracks mask use and testing nationwide. Where do we stand? (Next Pittsburgh)
CMU COVID-19 Data Capture Project Adds Mask Usage, Testing Questions (Campus Technology)
University of Maryland, Carnegie Mellon and Facebook partner up to track coronavirus spread (The Baltimore Sun)
University of Maryland, Carnegie Mellon, and Facebook Team Up to Forecast Coronavirus Spread (College of Information Studies, UMD)
University of Maryland, Carnegie Mellon, and Facebook Team Up to Forecast Coronavirus Spread (Cision PRWeb)
Carnegie Mellon using Facebook to collect COVID-19 data (EDScoop)
Universities tracking COVID-19 trends through Facebook surveys (FOX17)
Facebook : Keeping People Safe and Informed About the Coronavirus (Market-Screener)
Announcing The COVID-19 Symptom Data Challenge Winners (Business-Wire)
Surveys Show Northeast, West Coast Most Likely To Accept COVID-19 Vaccine (Carnegie Mellon University)
African and Hispanic Americans Report Low Rates of COVID-19 Vaccinations (Carnegie Mellon University)
Facebook launches ‘worldwide campaign’ to combat COVID-19 vaccine misinformation (FOX 2 Detroit)
Study: 76 percent of Erie County residents would get vaccine (Audacy)
Facebook outlines plans to assist in global COVID-19 vaccine rollout (ZDNet)
88% of Mexicans do want to be vaccinated against COVID-19: Facebook (UnoTV)
According to Facebook, 88% of the inhabitants of Mexico would get the vaccine against COVID-19 (Issuespost)
Facebook survey reveals that 88% in Mexico would be vaccinated (
88% in Mexico would be vaccinated, according to Facebook (Latino Detroit)
Direct Relief Launches Map Tracking Global Vaccine Acceptance Rates (Direct Relief)
More than 75% of Cameron and Hidalgo County residents want COVID-19 vaccine, new study shows (KRGV)
Over 64% Bangladeshis want to take COVID Vaccine: Survey (UNB)
Over 64% of people in Bangladesh would take the COVID-19 vaccine (The Daily Star)
Facebook Survey Shows Arlington With Highest Vaccine Acceptance (Patch)
Mark Zuckerberg Announces Facebook’s Plans to Help Get People Vaccinated Against COVID-19 (Facebook)
Facebook Launches New Tools to Help Boost the Global COVID-19 Vaccination Effort (SocialMedia Today)
Facebook to label all COVID-19 vaccine posts with pointer to official info (Tech Crunch)
COVID-19 vaccination hesitancy remains unchanged (EurekAlert)
Reaching Billions of People With COVID-19 Vaccine Information (Facebook)
Facebook’s Israeli-developed surveys aiding in global battle against Covid-19 (CTech)