COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2) Information Sources Collection


CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, part of the U.S. Health and Human Services Department)

WHO (World Health Organization)

state/local resources (from the states with early community spread)

trackers & data visualizations

[more on who they are]

Johns Hopkins CSSE
Center for Systems Science and Engineering at John Hopkins University
[see also:]

map of reported cases from the New York Times

COVID-19 tracker by journalists from the Atlantic and others
collects information from all 50 U.S. states and D.C. to provide comprehensive public data on state-level testing
[more on who and on their methodology]

COVID-19 test capacity tracking from AEI
from the American Enterprise Institute [about/funding sources]

doubling time from Our World in Data
[based on data from WHO, more about them]

summary data at a glance
[data from official sources, dashboard built by highschooler]

data & list sites

cluster of related topics on Golden
includes lists of potential treatments, vaccine development activity, screenings, & related materials updates

GenBank sequence data
search, retrieve, and analyze SARS-CoV-2 data [more about GenBank (from National Library of Medicine NCBI Virus)],%20taxid:2697049

nucleotide sequences, SRA sequences, reference genome

list of clinical studies
[their search terms; includes appropriate synonyms]

articles in PubMed/ MEDLINE database
from the National Library of Medicine’s National Center for Biotechnology Information

government agency hubs & recommended media hubs

National Library of Medicine (from the National Institutes of Health)
coronavirus disease resources & information

National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (from the National Institutes of Health)
information on coronaviruses and for researchers

updates from the U.S. Food & Drug Administration including approvals and authorizations

Stat News from The Boston Globe
free coverage outside paywall as well as weekday recap newsletters
[fund/support here]

medical journal hubs 

New England Journal of Medicine

Journal of the American Medical Association


(publisher of The Lancet among several other journals)

Nature Publishing Group

company plans & remote working strategies

these are from companies sharing their own plans and strategies, culled here (without including our own recommendations or commentary on them):

proactive steps for employers to take
Cooley (law firm)

adapting the way we work when offices need to close
Slack on Slack

sharing our remote first processes, tools, and guidelines
Super Evil Megacorp

The collections are from Andreessen Horowitz and few other resources

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