An explanatory task force is needed in the pandemic.

"To explain the world is to change the world" says Lion Feuchtwanger.

But what if I have no clear explanations? What if uncertainty and fear persist, perhaps even grow?

We all have to learn (to endure) that there is no answer to many things (yet).

Those who bear responsibility can invest in explanation. I think an explanation task force, as Cornelia Betsch calls for in this interview, is a good idea (in German language only).

#aha #crisis #communication #responsibility

What we can all do, however, is keep our attention high and, despite the habituation effect, still take the virus seriously.



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