Covid-19: Use these tips to get credible information on Twitter
Team Udayavani, Apr 6, 2020, 12:49 PM IST
Amid Covid-19 there have been millions of Tweets and Retweets about the virus around the world. People on Twitter are trying to find the latest and credible information about pandemic and its precautionary measures.
Here are a few tips for getting credible information of Covid-19
Use relevant hashtags in your Tweets and make sure you use them correctly to gather more insights on the topic.
Follow trusted sources and make use of the dedicated COVID-19 search prompt to access content from credible sources. Turn on notifications for the relevant and official accounts, such as the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, World Health Organization or PMO.
Twitter also has dedicated page for Covid-19 updates, make sure to follow them.
Follow verified national and regional journalistic accounts to stay updated with the latest information and news around COVID-19.
It is always better to customize your Twitter experience by unfollowing or blocking certain accounts and only following relevant and verified account.
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