Covid-19 misinformation has become a fake news epidemic
Fake news about Covid-19 seems to be spreading faster than the virus. W
e all need to use our investigative skills to sort through the barrage of updates and
bad advice about cures and protection.
Educate yourself by following credible news sources and experts
Looking for facts? Check out your local news stations,
The Washington Post, or the
The New York Times. The World Health Organization is also a reliable source for the latest Covid-19 information.
Municipal, provincial and federal official websites are also a great place to go for news on changes to public policy, closures, and more. In fact, that's where the media gets its information from.
The World Health Organization is also a reliable source for Covid-19 information for the public.
Refuse to share misinformation and fake news
Consider the source of the information and don't share social media stories that aren't from a credible news organization.
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