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    4. Coronavirus global health emergency

      NOS TV reporter Kysia Hekster reports from Erasmus MC hospital in Rotterdam. Photo courtesy and copyright NOS/Stefan Heijdendael

      COVID-19: an unprecedented news story for journalists

      For journalists across the world, the COVID-19 pandemic is an unprecedented news story. The relentless news cycle, an ‘infodemic’ of misinformation, let alone the personal challenges of a pandemic which affects each and every one of us, have made this one of the most unique stories reporters will likely ever tell.

      Brazilian cartoonist Mauricio de Sousa at his home in Sao Paulo (SP). Photo courtesy Mauricio de Sousa
      UNIC Rio

      Monica and Friends cartoonist shares trusted information on COVID-19

      It is essential to share reliable and easy to read information so that people can protect themselves against COVID-19 in the right way. "This is why Turma da M?nica (Monica and Friends) is collaborating with the United Nations," said Brazilian cartoonist Mauricio de Sousa in an interview with the United Nations Information Centre for Brazil (Unic Rio).

      Join #PledgetoPause to Combat COVID-19 Misinformation Online

      Misinformation is damaging our efforts across issues, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, climate action and racial justice. The simple act of pausing before you share information online interrupts the emotional response and triggers a moment of critical thinking. As part of the United Nations Secretary General’s global push to stop the spread of COVID-19 misinformation online and the Verified campaign, we are asking you to join our movement. Visit pledgetopause.org and www.takecarebeforeyoushare.org.

      Counselors answer calls to Kenya's gender-based violence hotline 24 hours a day. United Nations photo: Verena Bongartz
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      Someone to talk to: in Kenya, a hotline for women—and men—in crisis

      Under COVID-19, when schools are closed and many people are staying at home, a gender-based violence hotline in Kenya provides vital support to men and women. Its call volume is four times the previous year-to-date number. Counselors take calls 24-hours a day.

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      WHO: Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Pandemic

      The World Health Organization (WHO) is working closely with global experts, governments and partners to rapidly expand scientific knowledge on this new virus, to track the spread and virulence of the virus, and to provide advice to countries and individuals on measures to protect health and prevent the spread of this outbreak. 

      WHO’s response in countries

      Find out how the WHO is working across its 149 country offices to assist communities all over the world.

      What is a Coronavirus?

      Coronaviruses (CoV) are a large family of viruses that cause illness ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases. Find out more about this novel coronavirus (nCoV) that has not been previously identified in humans.

      FAQs

      What are the symptoms of COVID-19? How can I protect myself? Should I worry about COVID-19? Get the answers.

      Verified

      Verified is a United Nations initiative to encourage us all to check the advice we share.

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      Information from the UN System

      Everyone is talking about coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Be sure to get your facts from reliable sources. The UN offices, field missions, agencies, funds and programmes are providing new information as it becomes available. Here are some of their resource pages.

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      Information for UN personnel

      The United Nations is closely monitoring the situation with the COVID-19 outbreak. This page features important advisories, guidelines, resources, and materials on the COVID-19 outbreak for all UN duty stations, offices, personnel and their families, visitors, and UN healthcare workers, as well as advice on maintaining wellness. It is updated with the latest available information.

       

      Meetings

      Get information on UN meetings that are being held virtually due to COVID-19.

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      Communication Materials

      Social media posters, advice for patients and health workers and key scenarios for printing

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      9 November 2020 - World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told Member States on Monday that efforts to tackle climate change and poverty had been set back by a lack of global unity since major agreements were struck five years ago, and welcomed the chance to work with the presumptive new US administration of president-elect Joe Biden.

       

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      6 November 2020 - Physical distancing, handwashing with soap, wearing masks: these are some of the most basic, recommendations for slowing the spread of COVID-19, but for many refugees, and other displaced people, they can be very difficult to follow.

       

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      1 November 2020 - One of the far-reaching effects of the global lockdown brought on the COVID-19 pandemic has been the return of migrant workers to their home countries.  The UN gender agency, UN Women, together with implementing partner Women’s Organisation Network (WON), has been supporting the authorities in Myanmar, under the EU–UN funded Spotlight Initiative, to provide for the needs of women.

       

      Why are experts concerned about COVID-19 and antibiotics? And what can you do about it? Learn about antibiotics and COVID-19 from WHO’s Dr Hanan Balkhy in Science in 5.

      Misinformation about COVID-19 is spreading faster than the disease. To save lives and stop the pandemic, UNICEF calls to protect the truth about vaccines. #VaccinesWork #TakeCareBeforeYouShare

       

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      In this month’s programme, we have the latest on COVID-19 from IFAD’s Associate Vice-President Donal Brown; news on nutrition from the Lao People’s Democratic Republic; and a report on getting youth issues right in development activities. We also speak with Marco Minciaroni, a leader in Italy’s agro-ecological movement.

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