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With over 140 entries based on rigorous science and from credible sources, the COVID-19 Glossary is useful to counter misinformation and disinformation and assist journalists in explaining the science behind vaccines and other aspects of the virus and pandemic.
Internews produces and distributes rumor bulletins through its Rooted in Trust and its H2H (humanitarian-to-humanitarian network) projects. Rooted in Trust has collected close to 6,000 rumors from seven countries in 12 languages, and collects data across seven major social media platforms and a wide range of feedback collection channels. H2H is a collaboration to support responders at every level by analyzing information gaps and addressing them with evidence-based content in relevant languages, formats, and channels.
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Our staff and topic experts have been busy providing online guidance via webinars.
We are also providing podcasts from our team of experts on COVID-19 reporting.
Featured: Adele Baleta, Internews Pandemic Health Journalism Advisor, talks to Internews’ Sonny Inbaraj Krishnan on issues related to delays in vaccine delivery, how vaccine diplomacy is used to meet the shortage of doses in Africa and parts of Asia-Pacific, and whether the new variants could make shots ineffective against the disease. (PDF text transcript of the vaccine podcast)
More podcasts from our Health Journalism Network and Rooted in Trust projects
Check out our resources and guides that provide tools for reporting on the COVID-19 pandemic including addressing misinformation, reporting while social distancing, and working with refugee communities.