COVIDfacts Based On Research

Shaper Project Lead: Jerica Reyes

Unreliable and false information is spreading around the world to such an extent that some commentators are now referring to the misinformation that’s accompanying the COVID-19 pandemic as a ‘disinfodemic’. In response, what can be done to ensure that truthful, helpful and potentially life-saving information gains wider prominence? UNESCO’s answer, says Mr. Berger, is to improve the supply of truthful information, and ensure that the demand is met.


This #Covidfacts based on research project is designed to be 2-3 weeks in length with three dedicated days (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) on the hot-topics: Symptoms, Diagnosis, Vaccine. 


  1. Friday is our #SymptomsDay,

  2. Saturday is our #DiagnosisDay.

  3. Sunday is our #Vaccineday.

On each day we will post on Facebook, Linkedin, and Instagram simplified content of research papers.