Useful resources on COVID-19 Avoiding myths and misinformation When looking for information about COVID-19, to ensure that it is accurate and reliable, it should only be sourced from trustworthy organisations, for example the World Health Organization (WHO), national health authorities and leading disability organisations. Updates and information Rolling updates on the COVID-19 situation and comprehensive information about all aspects of COVID-19 and the pandemic can be found on the World Health Organization website: FIND HERE Information is also available from the following continental groups: European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) About Coronavirus (COVID-19) and living during the pandemic "Easy-to-read information about Coronavirus" - an easy read guide developed by Inclusion Europe, available in many languages. "Coronavirus. What is it? How to stay safe" - an easy read guide developed by Down’s Syndrome Association (DSA) of England, Wales and Northern Ireland. "COVID-19: 5 ways to help prevent the spread" - a video created by the European Commission with international sign. "Coronavirus (Covid-19)" - a fact sheet developed by National Down Syndrome Society, United States. "Coronavirus safety!" - a video by Alex Snedden from New Zealand. "Social distancing" - an easy read guide developed by Down’s Syndrome Association (DSA) of England, Wales and Northern Ireland. "COVID-19 virtual series" - online webinars presented by The Matthew Foundation in collaboration with the Stanford Down Syndrome Research Center "Q&A on COVID-19 and Down syndrome" - question and answer sheet produced by DSMIG-USA and by National Down Syndrome Society "COVID 19 and the disability movement" - updates and resources produced by the International Disability Alliance. "Voices of people with disabilities during the COVID-19 outbreak" - personal accounts from persons with disabilities about the impact of COVID-19 on their lives produced by the International Disability Alliance.