Young reporters fact-checking COVID-19 information
In an effort to contribute to preventing the dissemination of coronavirus misinformation and to promoting credible sources of information, UNICEF's young reporters have decided to check the accuracy of information published on social media and in the media that has attracted public attention. In verifying the accuracy of information, they have followed the example of the Public Disclosure Platform (Raskrinkavanje.me) and partly used its publicly available methodology.
The message of UNICEF's young reporters to all citizens of Montenegro is: Let's choose what we watch, read and listen to. Let's choose who we trust. Let's be media literate, check and critically analyze all media content before sharing it with others. Let's choose what we publish.
5G – The misinformation which is still circulating
UNICEF’s young reporters remind us of experts’ assertions that the fifth generation of mobile internet does not kill the living world
A young reporter, Agron Gojcaj, in conversation with doctors at the Clinical Center of Montenegro, checks information on whether cured patients can be reinfected by COVID-19.