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How Wikipedia became a trusted source for COVID-19 information

For years the encyclopedic Wikipedia, written and edited by anybody with an internet connection, was viewed as a "Wild West" site rife in misinformation. Today, Wikipedia is regularly the first place many people check for information about everything, in particular the latest medical news on COVD-19, thanks to the editors and writers who are curating WikiProject Medicine. Wired Magazine editor-in-chief Nicholas Thompson reports.
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