Sharing an information source I find thoughtful and honest.
I found the OurWorldinData site sponsored by the University of Oxford using a random search on "coronavirus symptoms". But it also has a really good means of explaining the statistics and research both visually and in text. For me it gives a better overall picture of what is known and unknown. The information is well-cited, giving me a higher confidence in the data. It is updated daily with information from WHO country situation reports.
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In what ways did you change your behaviors as a result of this resource?
I felt much more calm and informed.
What information do you feel you are missing about COVID-19?
I don't have a clear understanding of how serious is the epidemic *truly*, and what is the appropriate level of reaction from governments all the way down to individuals. I also feel like I don't know what *else* is going on.
While I feel like I'm not missing data about covid-19, I feel like others are. I feel like some people are using the epidemic to justify previously held beliefs or are trying to paint the epidemic in those terms, aka climate change or apocalypse.
What populations or personas are not currently being addressed with today’s COVID-19 information?
The U.S. local media that are being irresponsible by either inflating or deflating the gravity of the situation. Their focus on hyperbole and shock-value while being insensitive to how their reporting might cause undue panic. And also their seeming lack of awareness of the overall global situation and research. They should all go to the ourworldindata.org site and read.