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Evaluating False News and Misinformation

This Research Guide aims to discuss what False News is. It also shares tools and resources for evaluating False News.

Don't Share Fake Medical Information!

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If it's not from a credible source (World Health Organization, Centers for Disease Control, an authoritative medical professional), DO NOT SHARE!

How to Recognize Credible Coronavirus Information

MissStateExtension, "How to Recognize Credible Coronavirus Information." YouTube, 7 March 2020, https://youtu.be/PLQWAzG-foY.

Fact-Checkers on Coronavirus

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This box will be updated with debunks of erroneous information re: coronavirus, including false medical advice, rumors of legal and municipal actions, and other related misinformation directly or indirectly related to the pandemic.