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An easy way to vet your pandemic news

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😷 Today’s tip: Use a fact-checking website to cut through Covid vaccine misinformation.

Already, there’s plenty of confusion floating around about the Covid vaccine. On Elemental’s sprawling guide, Tara Haelle explains how to separate vaccine fact from fiction: “Places to go for accurate information include the CDC (which already has a FAQ about Covid vaccines), the FDA, major hospital websites such as Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s Vaccine Education Center, and reliable fact-checker websites,” she writes. You can find a list of those websites here, courtesy of the University of California. It’s a good time to use them liberally.

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