Dr. Noor Ul Ain, Dr. Muhammad Aaqib Sarfraz, Dr. Tanushri Bhushan, Dr. Hina Anwer, DR. Nadia Jamil, Dr. Maimoona Iftikhar Ali, Dr. Saad Saleem
Introduction: The history of corona virus family is very old, it begins in 1965 when Tyrrell and Bynoe found that there was a virus family who damage the respiratory pathway. Objectives: The main objective of the study is to analyse the role of social media during the COVID-19 pandemic among young doctors. Material and methods: This cross sectional study was conducted in Services Institute of Medical Sciences, Lahore during October 2019 till March 2020. The data was collected from young doctors of Pakistan for the analysis of role of social media during COVID-19. The data was collected through a systematically designed questionnaire which contain all the questions related to the role of social media. Results: According to Pakistan’s last update at 9:17 AM on June 119,536 confirmed coronavirus cases were reported in Pakistan. Out of this 119,536 almost 78,789 confirmed cases and 2356 deaths are occurred and 38,391 recoveries. The data was collected from 500 young doctors. There were 294 females and 206 males. The age range was 20 to 35 years. Conclusion: It is concluded that COVID-19 is widely spreading in Pakistan and social media plays an important role. We must work to educate media consumers on what constitutes good and reliable information and how to critically think through this information.