COVID-19 Resources and Guides
Guidance for Reporting
Guidelines: Reporting on Clinical Trials:
Tips for reporters to keep in mind when covering the challenging scientific aspect of this public health emergency. This guide includes 8 simple steps to help journalists to understand the role and limitations of clinical trials.
See past issues of Connect:COVID-19, a weekly digest launched through the H2H Network to provide guidance to journalists in SE Asia. These bulletins contained quality resources and fact-checked information designed to combat misinformation in the COVID-19 crisis.
This guide offers information on what a second wave is or isn't and how to report about it and its ramifications. It also reiterates the prevention measures you need to take yourself as well as communicate to your audience.
With many workplaces in semi or total lockdown in response to COVID-19, many journalists are adjusting to the new reality of working from home. This affects the way journalists report on their communities. How do we ensure that community voices are still at the center of reporting?
This guide gives you some basic guidelines to follow as a journalist to protect yourself and others when reporting on the COVID-19 pandemic and proposes new ways to gather news and information as you maintain social distancing.
We know that COVID-19 does not discriminate. However existing vulnerabilities may put some people at an increased risk of catching the virus, serious illness or to suffer the impact of the social and economic implications of the pandemic.
Rumor Tracking and Humanitarian Response
Lugara is a bi-weekly bulletin designed for and by media partners and journalists in South Sudan reporting and working on COVID-19 and other related health and development challenges.
Internews in the Democratic Republic of Congo is producing this weekly bulletin - Iliyo Semeka ("What was said" in Swahili) to respond to rumors and misinformation about COVID-19.
This Information Ecosystem Assessment includes the thoughts and opinions of 48 migrant community leaders and migrant workers in Thailand with regard to COVID-19.
Rumor Guidance: Unproven Treatments
The drugs chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine have been talked about a lot lately. This guide discusses the latest research on the drugs and their implications for treating COVID-19.
This report takes you through the latest research on the issue of immunity after recovery, and provides guidance on how to report on this challenging question.
This guide explains the science behind what we know so far about COVID-19 and how it is transmitted, and gives advice on how journalists should report on it.
Internews is working with Translators without Borders and Standby Task Force to collect and analyze rumors and misinformation related to COVID-19 in this bi-weekly bulletin.
This bi-weekly humanitarian feedback newsletter is produced to inform organizations and local authorities delivering services to refugees, returnees and host communities in Kenya's informal settlements. Current issues address information about COVID-19.
Guidance: How to Prevent Stigma against Migrant Workers
The COVID-19 pandemic has provided an opportunity for some extremist groups to inflame stigma and discrimination towards migrant workers. This document provides guidance to journalists on how to neutralize stigma, and avoid fanning community bias and anxieties.
This document answers questions about COVID-19 for migrants living in Thailand, such as testing for the virus, work issues and where to get further information.
lnternews has adapted its trusted Communicating with Communities methodologies to ensure people have access to information during the current pandemic.
This report outlines outcomes and lessons learned, including listening first, speed, technical expertise, local knowledge, integration, trust, and accessibility, as well as three core actions for effective communication during Covid-19.