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The Wkipedia page on the Coronavirus pandemic is excellent and updated frequently:
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2019%E2%

Due to the extensive peer-review process, Wikipedia is probably more reliable and comprehensive than any single official source.

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@codewiz did you say Wikipedia is reliable and comprehensive? :blob_laughing:

@EdwardTorvalds well, *more* reliable and comprehensive than other sources.

@EdwardTorvalds well, I guess the WHO website is a good aggregator, but I wouldn't trust official numbers from governments without some cross-checking.

@codewiz The "talk" tab of the page is interesting. After all, people collaborate here kind of like working on the linux kernel, but without a single instance having the last word.. impressive indeed, that this works out.

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