Most trusted sources of COVID-19 information & news

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A ton of fake news, ridiculous conspiracy theories, and wrong advice around the COVID-19 disease are being published every day on Twitter, Facebook, Youtube, Reddit, forums, blogs… Even many titles in the big newspapers are misleading and have disinformation. So, what should be trusted? We’ve compiled a list of most trusted sources of COVID-19 information for you. So without further ado, here they are.

Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center not only provides information, news but also a real-time COVID-19 map. The website of the private research university found in 1876 is the most trusted source for people who are concerned over the pandemic.

Note: You may suffer some lag when trying to access the site because it has hundreds of million daily visitors.

Google Coronavirus map

Fast, simple, and concise are how the Google COVID-19 map is.

This site has been established recently by The White House, CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), and FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency). It gives you reliable advice, links and many more resources related to COVID-19.

Wikipedia: 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic by country and territory

The article at this link on Wikipedia is trustworthy. Only confirmed authors can edit it. Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Pandemic

Another good choice is the pages about coronavirus disease pandemic on the official website of WHO (World Health Organization).

Most of us have never faced something like the circumstance caused by COVID-19 in our lives. I hope it will be over quickly. God blesses us, everyone.

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