Correlations between COVID-19 Case Growth and Mental Health-Related Internet Search: An Unexpected Finding

  • Tenghao ZHANG Mail School of Business and Law, Edith Cowan University 270 Joondalup Drive Joondalup, WA 6027, Australia

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Published
2020-10-01
How to Cite
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ZHANG T. Correlations between COVID-19 Case Growth and Mental Health-Related Internet Search: An Unexpected Finding. Iran J Public Health. 49(10):2001-2002.
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