Covid-19 pandemic impacts public health a lot including the nutritional outcomes. Although the directly effect on malnutrition from the COVID-19 is not yet fully known, its collateral impact is most vulnerable on food production and access, provision of health services and changes in practices and behaviors. A recent study suggests the school districts should use social media more generally to inform residents about school nutrition programs and food security programs during the covid-19 pandemic, which provides a low-cost way to lessen the administrative burden for families trying to access these programs. Please share your thoughts and experience!

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