COVID-19 Shaming Is on the Rise. But Is It Useful?

The LGBTQ community is abuzz this week about an Instagram account that publicly identifies gay men, including some medical professionals, for traveling and attending large parties during the pandemic. Run by an anonymous person, the page points out that asymptomatic COVID-19 spread is real and deadly. The controversy raises questions for all of society: Is this cyber bullying? Should people be held accountable for potentially dangerous behavior? Does public shaming work? Here's what experts say.

COVID-19 Shaming Is on the Rise. But Is It Useful?

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