How to avoid false information about COVID-19

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December 15, 2020

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The attached downloadable (pdf) document gives step-by-step instructions to help you avoid false information about COVID-19

Using your phone, tablet or computer is great for keeping in contact with family and friends and finding interesting things to watch and read. However, you might come across some information that looks accurate but may be just opinion, false, or inaccurate. This guide will help you identify reliable sources of information, steps you can take to check information, and how you can recognize the main types of false information. 

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