🚨 BIG NEWS: The is granting free use 🔓 of its published information, graphics, and videos—making its work openly available for reuse, resharing, and importantly, for translations. #openaccess
⁩ and join to Combat Covid Misinformation ⁦
Avoid bat soup? Eat garlic? Drink bleach? Fear 5G? The W.H.O. is joining forces with Wikipedia to fight Covid rumors and disseminate accurate information.
With 5,000+ articles in over 175 languages, volunteers are making #COVID19 information available for people everywhere. Today we announced a new / collaboration to give them (and the world) new WHO resources for their efforts.
Wikipedia and the W.H.O. are joining forces to combat misinformation about Covid-19.
WHO grants Wikipedia free use of its published data, allowing it to be reposted widely in almost 200 languages and starting with COVID-19 information (Donald G. McNeil Jr / New York Times)
Wikipedia and the W.H.O. are joining forces to combat misinformation about Covid-19.
Both ⁦⁦⁦⁩ & want the world to have accurate, timely, & reliable info. Together we’ll debunk myths about COVID19. Collaborating with Wikipedia "is like having an army to work with," precisely what’s needed to defeat this pandemic.
Wikipedia and the W.H.O. are joining forces to combat misinformation about Covid-19
Wikipedia and the W.H.O. are joining forces to combat misinformation about Covid-19.