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Unsure what to do about COVID-19? Take this 60-minute course.

What is the best way to clean your phone? How many minutes are needed for disinfectant to kill the new coronavirus? How can you keep yourself and others safe in the weeks and months to come?

A new online class provides practical, up-to-date, and scientifically proven answers during this threatening time of severe disruption. COVID-19: How to be Safe and Resilient, an hour-long course that is free and accessible to anyone, was launched Friday morning by Northeastern’s Global Resilience Institute. Its purpose is to provide, in one place, a credible, digestible collection of skills to help manage and survive the pandemic.

In addition to the online course, the institute has launched a complementary COVID-19 website.

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