Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Paranoia Is Another Byproduct of the Pandemic

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This is a cartoon of a man in a facemaskThe coronavirus pandemic has sparked an increase of people reporting feelings of paranoia, especially in states where there is low adherence to mask mandates. Researchers report paranoia was associated with an increased acceptance of conspiracy theories, including believing anti-vaccine information and Q-Anon conspiracies.