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April 04, 2020 Saturday 11:08:54 PM IST

Not Sure of Reliability of News? Get It Verified at Covid19 Fact Check Unit

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The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has set up a COVID 19 Fact Check Unit that will receive messages by email and send its response very quickly. Citizens who want to verify the genuineness of a news can be send messages to pibfactcheck@gmail.com and the official version of any news on COVID-19 can be obtained from the Unit. The Press Information Bureau will release a daily bullet at 8 pm to give details on Government decisions and progress on COVID 19. Furthermore, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare has set up a Technical Group consisting of professionals from AIIMS, et al, to clarify any doubts in the minds of the general public on any technical aspect of COVID 19. The Ministry has also issued detailed Guidelines to deal with psychological issues amongst migrants.



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