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State and non-state actors are taking advantage of the panic and uncertainty surrounding the pandemic to destabilize democracies. How do we counter this misinformation? Resources for journalists and informed citizens alike.

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Let's Talk Vaccines

A free course to help journalists translate the language of vaccine science and the promise of vaccine access into compelling human stories.

Los Desinformantes

Los desinformantes es una serie de investigaciones sobre diferentes actores que han desinformado durante la pandemia.

Rooted in Trust

Rooted in Trust is a pandemic information response plan countering the unprecedented scale and speed of the spread of rumors and misinformation about COVID-19. Operating in ten countries.

BBC News Africa COVID-19 Misinfo Hub

To combat what the World Health Organization has called an "infodemic" around Covid-19, BBC News Africa has launched a searchable library of fact-checks debunking popular myths and misinformation about coronavirus in Africa.

Missing Them

Missing Them

New York City, NY, USA

The City's crowdsourced, data-driven obituaries for New Yorkers who have died from COVID-19

Coronavirus: Responsible reporting and ethics

a selection of guidelines and discussions produced by First Draft on reporting disinformation around coronavirus and other topics ethically and responsibly, as well as a curated list of other resources to help you navigate potential issues covering what the WHO has called an ‘infodemic’.

First Draft News Coronavirus Resources for reporters

We have created and collected guidance to support accurate and responsible reporting on coronavirus, which will be regularly updated with new information.

Coronavirus: Information sources

First Draft is maintaining a database of expert sources on coronavirus for journalists to contact for up-to-date information on the outbreak.

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