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Coronavirus information sources

To protect our health and that of our families and communities during the current COVID-19 pandemic (caused by the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2), it's extremely important that we follow the guidance of public health experts.

We must distinguish valid information sources from problematic ones. In these moments of worry, there are a lot of rumors and advice circulating around -- with good or bad intentions -- that have errors or missing information.

Before sharing information about coronavirus or COVID-19, we should first verify that information with reliable sources. Here are a list of good sources to start with:


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