Your guide to navigating COVID19 online

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We get it, you've hit information overload on Coronavirus news, it's a lot we know. There is a lot of misinformation spreading online on social media and there have been conflicting reports in the news. It's a little challenging navigating the internet right now and we want to help as you know we are a community-focused business, and this is no exception.

While this is a global pandemic it can be a little overwhelming, so we're going to do our best to find what matters locally to us here on the Sunshine Coast. We will be compiling together resources, news, mythbusters, updates and more about Coronavirus (COVID19) in one handy dandy place.

News

It is important that you get your news and updates from legitimate sources. What do we mean by this? Look for website that end in ".gov", ".org" or ".edu" when you are looking for COVID19 updates like Queensland Health (www.qld.gov.au/health) or the World Health Organisation...........................

 

Coronavirus (COVID19) Sunshine Coast News

Common Myths

myths

What you can do to help

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Reference list
  1. QLD health
  2. Aus health
  3. WHO
  4. the conversation
  5. abc
  6. guardian
  7. Li, et al 2020
  8. CDC
     
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