Coronavirus Myth busters: WHO Edition

In these times of uncertainty, we often fall prey to unofficial sources of information: rumors, unverified news, and hearsay that can spread both panic and complacency. Analyze the source of the news and differentiate between facts and rumors. Take a look at this cheat-sheet to get your facts right.

Stay aware of the latest information on the COVID-19 outbreak available on the WHO website.

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