Our Peer reviewed articles linking digital footprints in the Internet with COVID-19.
Jarynowski A, Wójta-Kempa M. Exploring the link between risk perception in internet media and the prevalence of COVID-19 in Europe. International Journal of Infectious Diseases. 2021;103:450–1.
JARYNOWSKI A, KACZMAR K, MADEJ M. Listening to Twitter about Adverse Events of the Comirnaty COVID-19 Vaccine during first weeks of immunisation in Poland. E-methodology. 2021;7(7):85–92.
Jarynowski A, Semenov A, Wójta-Kempa M, Belik V. Social Cohesion During the Stay-at-Home Phase of the First Wave of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Polish-Speaking Twitter. In Springer; 2021. p. 361–70.
Jarynowski A, Wójta-Kempa M, Belik V. Trends in interest of COVID-19 on Polish Internet. Epidemiol Rev. 2020;74:258–75.
Jarynowski A, Semenov A, Belik V. Protest perspective against COVID-19 risk mitigation strategies on the German Internet. In Springer; 2020. p. 524–35.
Jarynowski A, Semenov A, Kamiński M, Belik V. Mild adverse events of sputnik V vaccine in Russia: social media content analysis of telegram via deep learning. Journal of Medical Internet Research. 2021 Nov 29;23(11):e30529.
Babić K, Petrović M, Beliga S, Martinčić-Ipšić S, Jarynowski A, Meštrović A. COVID-19-related communication on Twitter: analysis of the Croatian and Polish attitudes. InProceedings of Sixth International Congress on Information and Communication Technology 2022 (pp. 379-390). Springer, Singapore.