5 Coronavirus podcasts that are really worth listening to

By April 27, 2020Trending

If you want to know more about the pandemic, then these Coronavirus podcasts are worth a listen.

The world is in a very strange place at the moment. As a result of the global outbreak of Coronavirus, we are living in very unprecedented times. We are spending the vast majority of our time at home, with a lot of time to think. 

This can be dangerous sometimes, especially with all the information and news doing the rounds at the moment. However, there are some brilliant (and official) Coronavirus podcasts available at the moment, where you can absorb helpful, and genuine information about the virus. 

So rather than getting worked up over rumours and wrong information, let’s get the facts. 

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The Coronavirus Ireland Podcast

The Coronavirus Ireland podcast is a series from the Business Post, providing listeners with the latest news on coronavirus and Covid-19. It covers everything from Government policies, to debunking myths and rumours about the virus. If you need some clarity, this is well worth a listen. 

Coronavirus: What You Need To Know

During the coronavirus pandemic, ITV News is bringing you a regularly updated podcast with information, advice and analysis that you can trust.

Coronavirus: What You Need To Know features ITV News specialist correspondents plus guests covering key topics in-depth about the virus, plus regular Q&As with your questions answered on how the outbreak is impacting all areas of our lives.

Coronavirus: Fact vs Fiction

Join CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta for the latest news about the coronavirus. He’ll make sense of the headlines, speak with the experts and give you all the information you need to stay safe and healthy. 


COVID19 is having devastating effect on lives and economies in Ireland and around the world. In the ‘Pandemic’ podcast, RTÉ’s reporters will bring you the latest news and analysis on the pandemic. 

Be safe folks. 

Author Rebecca O'Keeffe

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