There’s a lot of misinformation: How to recognize a reliable source

Misinformation about vaccines can be as just as deadly and widespread as the virus itself.

We understand that it can be difficult to know what information can and cannot be trusted. That is why we created this guide for identifying fake news. So next time you run across an article, remember to follow these steps to make sure the source is credible and your information is accurate and know that the CDC and WHO are reliable sources for COVID research.

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Librarians at Cornell  have a lot more tips and resources in this link.

We trust this source because it has a .edu web address and was published by a reputable university, Cornell.