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Get the facts about Covid-19

The word "Infodemic" was coined by a political scientist in 2003 when referring to the SARS epidemic, and has recently been used by the World Health Organization. It means “an overabundance of information – some accurate and some not – that makes it hard for people to find trustworthy sources and reliable guidance when they need it.” A good word for all of us to learn! And yep, we're talking about the coronavirus.

Here are some sites containing information you CAN trust:

New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services contains information regarding the current cases of Covid-19 in the state, and resources for citizens and business owners: 


Town of Derry, NH information on Covid-19


NH Governor's Emergency Orders pertaining to COVID-19:


NH Governor’s memo 3/16/2020 regarding public bodies and the Right-to-Know law during the pandemic (Important for Library Trustees):


CDC cleaning and disinfecting guidelines:


**please do NOT combine cleaning materials – there is a very good chance you can combine chemicals into something hazardous!!

CDC – Properties of an ideal disinfectant:


ALA Pandemic Preparedness Resources:


National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases – COVID-19 on surfaces (3/17/2020):


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Information from New Hampshire Librarians: