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Trusted resources for COVID-19 information


Individuals 03.27.2020 1 MIN READ

 

The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has left millions of Americans struggling to understand the impact on their daily lives. Just like at any other time, it is important to rely on trusted sources and avoid misinformation. Those looking to profit from the crisis could be using this time to take advantage of unsuspecting consumers.

If you’re uncertain about where to find accurate information, here’s a list of important resources you can turn to for help navigating this volatile time.

 

  • For information about protecting your finances during the coronavirus pandemic, the Consumer Financial Protection Board has published information on their website. They’ve also complied resources to help those facing financial difficulties as a result of the pandemic.
  • Details related to global confirmed COVID-19 cases can be found on the Johns Hopkins interactive dashboard.
  • For information about how to keep you and your family safe, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) COVID-19 webpage. The CDC also has specific resources available for those who think they may have contracted COVID-19.
  • The World Health Organization has created a site to house all its COVID-19 resources, including the latest scientific research and a section debunking common myths about the virus.
  • The National Institute of Health is regularly publishing updates on the latest advancements toward a treatment.
  • If you’re working from home and struggling to adjust to your new environment, Ayco has compiled a list of tips to help make working from home work for you.
  • For questions about workplace safety, unemployment benefits and more, the Department of Labor’s COVID-19 page includes a number of helpful resources.
  • The Department of Education has compiled resources related to the impact of the pandemic on America’s education system.


For more on the federal government’s COVID-19 response, information is available at usa.gov.

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