How to Talk to Media in Times of Crisis

Let’s say your business decides to ask employees to work from home for the next week due to coronavirus… and then you get call from a reporter asking about it.

What do you say? What SHOULD you say?

The rules for talking with the media about a public health issue are the same as any other time you’d talk with a reporter. Here are 5 quick tips for talking with the media.

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