Since the start of the pandemic, there's been a lot of questions out there that haven't always had answers. We find out more about the virus as time goes on, but the more we find out, the more we want to know about it, about how it can affect us, and we want to know about how the governments are responding to it.

And when we have questions we don't know the answers to, many of us tend to turn to one place: Google! SYKES Enterprises recently did some research and looked into what Coronavirus questions every state has been looking up the most during the pandemic.

So what have Montanans been Googling recently? Our top search result was "Coronavirus symptoms in kids." Which makes sense, especially over the last few weeks as Montana has geared up for schools getting back in session.

Searches from other states include "coronavirus stress," "Who is at high risk for Coronavirus?," "How can I get tested?," "How to make hand sanitizer," and "How to homeschool."

Obviously, it can be a stressful time, and everyone wants to be as informed as possible. Just be careful when looking stuff up on the internet - there's a lot of misinformation out there, especially about the virus, that leads to conspiracy theories and all sorts of insanity that simply isn't true. When you're Googling, make sure your result comes from a trusted news source before believing everything it says.

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