Coronavirus Information Resources

Generally, it’s best to be aware of guidance from respected, scientific and medical authorities… but not obsess over this.

I feel as though, during the past few years, we’ve been conditioned to check the news multiple times daily, if not hourly.

That was bad enough before coronavirus. And – especially while scientists are still trying to understand this virus – unless it’s “everyone should do this” advice from a trusted authority, maybe take it with a grain of salt.

Decrease your anxiety levels as best you can.

Here’s Mozilla’s list of somewhat useful links, some only loosely related to coronavirus.

Note: I’m not entirely in agreement with what’s said at all those sites, particularly praise for Wikipedia. I’m glad they’re preventing the spread of misinformation about coronavirus, but – in general – Wikipedia has turned into a site that’s chock full of bias and misinformation.



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