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Also: AP Stylebook’s guide to COVID-19 coverage, how PR pros in the U.K. are affected by the pandemic, buzzwords to excise and more.

Good morning, PR pros:

 The AP Stylebook recently expanded its Topical Guide on the coronavirus:

The language of covering this worldwide news story continues to evolve.
We might not be able to answer all your questions on the spot, but we welcome them all.
We continue to update and expand our Topical Guide on the coronavirus: https://t.co/gl8C6w79pa #APStyleChat

— AP Stylebook (@APStylebook) March 23, 2020

In its March 23 #APStyleChat on Twitter, editor Paula Froke shared several AP style rules and tips for COVID-19 media coverage:

Like many of you, Paula is telecommuting.
Also, it's telecommute and telecommuter, as well as teleconference, teleconferencing.
We are using videoconferencing and video chat heavily to work from home. Note that videoconference is one word, no hyphen.#APStyleChat

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