The COVID-19 virus is being used in phishing attacks to lure victims looking for information about the pandemic -- don't fall for it!
The following malicious email spoofs a World Health Organization email and pretends to provide recommendations to the victim, but is actually used to deliver particularly nasty malware. See the end of this post for related articles with other examples.
From: World Health Organisation <email@example.com>
Subject: CORONAVIRUS TRAVEL RECOMMENDATIONS
Dear Sir / Madam,
Following the vertiginous spread of the CORONAVIRUS epidemic, which has
already left more than 4,200 people dead and 119,000 cases worldwide; we
recommend these sanitary measures.
Download these measures 
WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION
Avenue Appia 20
Phone: + 41-22-7912111
 hxxp://bit[.]ly/2W1eAvU (The shortened link redirects to an URL that serves a malicious Word document.)
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