The general public should not focus on or be encouraged to view the COVID19 mortality rates as an indicator of reducing risk. Journalists should focus on scrutiny of recording practices rather than reporting the figures, as this may misinform the public.
The Don’t Get Fooled (Again) approach relates specifically to the COVID19 Coronavirus outbreak and deals with disinformation and source trustworthiness. Currently, the only source which is entirely reliable on the pandemic is the WHO.
The Four Fs approach relates to situations of crisis in which panic behaviour causes supply chain disruption, set specifically in the current COVID19 context, and draws from time-served preparedness resources and risk mitigation expertise.