This chapter describes the coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic on Wikipedia and attempts to examine it in light of the broader media crisis. The analysis of the content, references and discussion pages of the articles appears to indicate that a strict observance of the encyclopaedia’s rules regarding information quality allowed a precise and robust description of the events. The chapter also investigates the media and community discourse around this coverage. It illustrates how this crisis reinforced the framing of Wikipedia as a trusted method to deal with information and a method which presents a strong potential for the development of information literacies.