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The Globe and Mail has dropped the paywall on our coronavirus news stories.

We have a large team of journalists working around the clock to bring readers the most up-to-date information and applying high standards to make sure each story is factual and does not feed in to panic.

We will ensure our readers have the best, most accurate information possible. This includes everything from in-depth health explainers to news stories on cases in Canada and beyond, the threat of exposure to the virus itself, as well as public-health recommendations, travel advisories and government responses. Some of your business and investing stories will remain paywalled.

We believe our journalism can help people make informed decisions as we navigate uncertain times. We normally rely on subscriptions to bring you our reporting, but have chosen to make most coronavirus-related articles free because of the enormous public safety interest.

Readers have asked how they can contribute. Please let us know what we are missing in our coverage of the coronavirus.

Are you confused about what to do? What would help reduce your anxiety? Are there questions we have not answered? Please email audience@globeandmail.com.