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News and Updates
OpenWHO - interactive, web-based, knowledge-transfer platform offering online courses to improve the response to health emergencies. New modules on COVID19 are available
WhattsApp Coronavirus Information Hub
Use WhatsApp to look after friends and family, stay up to date with the latest official health information, and share information responsibly.
WoltersKluwer COVID-19 Resources and Tools
To support health professionals working around the clock to meet those most in need, Wolters Kluwer is making the following updates and resources available - at no charge - for clinicians, nurses and medical researchers, in response to new developments, evidence and guidance.
EveryLibrary: Resources for Libraries
Here are some great resources for librarians on handling the coronavirus in your library.
ALA: Pandemic Preparedness
Preparing for a pandemic, including library-specific policy suggestions and more universal resources on pandemic education, prevention and preparation.
Doctors without Borders
MSF's response to COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak
Question all the information you read in social media, news, and even scholarly publications.
Putting an end in spreading fake information is a challenge most especially in times of health outbreak (ie. pandemic) but with coordinated efforts, we can help solve the proliferation of infodemic. We encourage everyone to be ambassadors of propagating authentic and healthy information.
For Children and Teens
Little Puddins Blog has a nice, English language "Coronavirus Social Story."
Coronavirus – BrainPOP is a surprisingly entertaining, at time humorous, basic explanation of COVID-19 and needed precautions for elementary age children and young teens.
NPR's Goats and Soda
Basic information for youth in a graphic format that can be read in the Blog or downloaded and folded into a zine.
COVID19 What does it mean? Where does it come from?
COVID-19 Children's eBook
The winners of COVID-19 Children's eBook Competition providing age-appropriate information for children ages 6-9 on the COVID-19 pandemic.