Stay safe with true information

There is a lot of information about coronavirus. Do you know what is true and what is not true? USAHello has information from sources we can trust. Watch our videos about coronavirus myths. Learn about coronavirus scams so you can stay safe.

What is true and what is not true about coronavirus?

Watch videos from USAHello staff, volunteers and board members to understand what is true and what is false about coronavirus information.

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Beware of coronavirus scams

Scams are tricks. Usually, people who scam other people are trying to cheat them and steal their money. Sometimes when we are afraid it is harder to tell what is real and what is not. Here are some scams we all need to know about!

Ways to avoid bad information

Most people do not mean to spread bad information. But there is a lot of wrong information coming from community members. We can all help to spread good information instead!

This information comes from trusted sources, such as UNICEF, the Centers for Disease Control and the World Health Organization. USAHello does not give legal advice or medical advice, nor are any of our materials intended to be taken as legal or medical advice. 

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