Every day, we’re inundated with social media posts and news coverage about the ongoing outbreak of COVID-19 across the world. It can be hard to know what information to trust or where to go for reliable updates and news. Before you click ‘Share’ it’s worth making sure that the post, article, or meme you’re looking at contains information or data from a trustworthy source.
One trustworthy source is your local health department – in this case that would be us! The CHCC shares updates and information with the public in a variety of ways online:
- We have a dedicated COVID-19 resources page on our website.
- We post regular updates to our Facebook page.
- We send out press releases as often as we can, which are also uploaded to the website.
- And, of course, you can get updates by subscribing to the CHCC blog!
You can also find updates and information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO), among many other trustworthy organizations. Regardless of where you’re getting your updates, it’s worth taking a few minutes to fact check and make sure you aren’t spreading misinformation online!