As if it wasn’t bad enough in the wake of the global coronavirus pandemic, cybercriminals are sending emails and designing websites to trick people into clicking on malicious links. Clicking on these seemingly helpful resources might actually install malware on your computer, which is designed to help steal personal data and information from users' systems. Do not click on any links in these type of email messages! These phishing emails typically use the COVID-19 virus as a lure in the subject line; the text tries to claim news about the infections or the virus itself. Some emails claim to be from the WHO or other reputable organizations. Some offer a link to a coronavirus map of the recipient's neighbourhood, or offers on purchasing a mask or a sanitizer, or an update on how many people have been infected around the world. Try to visit only reputable and trustworthy websites by typing the correct URL into your browser if you know it, or by using a reliable search engine, such as Google, to find the site for you.