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INTRODUCTION Coronavirus, which is the causal agent of the current deadliest disease, belongs to the family of viruses. Coronavirus is zoonotic, meaning it is transmitted between animals and humans ( Adhikari et al. 2020 ). In 2019, a new report of coronavirus disease known as COVID-19 emerged in humans. It was believed to have started in Wuhan, China. The World Health Organization (WHO) declared it a public health emergency on 30 January, 2020. Further, the name COVID-19 was assigned to the coronavirus disease on 11 February, 2020, and it was declared a pandemic

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1 Introduction: Dealing with Information Overload and Semantic Conflicts During a pandemic period, one common challenge is information overload. “Information overload” is a term popularized by Alvin Toffler in his bestselling book Future Shock (1970) . It refers to the difficulty a person can have in understanding an issue and making decisions that can be caused by the presence of too much information. During times of crisis such as a global pandemic, users need access to immediate information. This is compounded by the fact that news reports from around the