A Twitter dataset for Monkeypox outbreak in 2022
Movahedi Nia, Zahra; Bragazzi, Nicola; Kong, Jude; Wu, Jianhong (2022), A Twitter dataset for Monkeypox outbreak in 2022, Dryad, Dataset, https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.zpc866tbh
Right after COVID-19 pandemic, the Monkeypox virus has infected people from more than twenty different countries. The COVID-19 pandemic has badly hit the healthcare system, social culture, and the global economy. The world does not have the strength to go through another catastrophe. Thus, it is very important to contain Monkeypox, and stop the spread. This dataset includes almost 800000 tweets gathered using keywords related to Monkeypox for researchers to study on different subjects such as Monkeypox trend prediction, Monkeypox stigmatization, and Monkeypox misinformation and fake news detection.
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Canada’s International Development Research Centre (IDRC) and Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA), Award: 109559-001