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Coronavirus Resources

Knowing the facts about coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is key to protecting yourself and your loved ones. Sadly, there’s a lot of incorrect information out there. Misinformation during a health crisis leaves people unprotected and vulnerable to the disease, and spreads fear and stigmatization.

Be sure to get your information from trustworthy sources that rely on scientific evidence, like the United Nations and the World Health Organization.


Latest UN publications on COVID-19.

Report of the Inter-agency Task Force on Financing for Development 2020 Cover

The “Report of the Inter-agency Task Force on Financing for Development 2020” looks at the global economic recession and financial turmoil from COVID-19 derailing implementation of the Addis Ababa Action Agenda and achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Cover of the book, From My Window

“From My Window: Children at Home During COVID-19”, a new book by United Nations Publications, looks at the lives of housebound children from around the world through their own perspective. (It’s available as a free download or for purchase in print at the UN Shop.)



Many of us are staying at home these days, often with our families. Find activities for your family and guidance on how to talk to your children about the coronavirus disease.

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The SDG Book Club uses books to engage children to interact with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Find book suggestions for all 17 SDGs in the six official UN languages. 

Frieda makes a difference - Bookcover

Read the UN’s children book Frieda makes a difference to learn how everyone can help achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.

Thomas & Friends SDGs

All aboard to explore essential skills that can enrich critical thinking with Thomas & Friends Life Lessons.


UNICEF put together helpful material on how to talk to your child about coronavirus disease.

The #ReadtheWorld initiative will bring the creative and imaginative world of children’s stories into the lives of children across the world.


The United Nations also offer these free resources.

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The UN system is providing new information on the coronavirus response as it becomes available on this special COVID-19 page.

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UN iLibrary offers the latest reports and policy briefs on COVID-19, bringing together analysis from across the UN system which provides concrete ideas for how to address the consequences and even seize opportunities in the midst of the crisis. 

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World Health Organization’s online courses on coronavirus