This is a community maintained list of resources. We have done our best to provide guidelines to include only trusted sources, but these are NOT verified by out scientific team
If you want to contribute to this list, you can do it here
Guidelines for receiving food, clothes, deliveries and coming inside.
The professional membership body representing Ear, Nose and Throat surgery in the UK is suggesting loss of smell without other symptoms may be a sign of mild COVID-19 infection.
This place is for domain experts fighting COVID-19 who make use of open-source software in their work. Ask questions to get help from the authors and maintainers of the main packages open-source scientific computing stack, so that you don’t block on issues that we could fix easily.
You – clinicians, virologists, immunologists – are working around the clock to combat the epidemic. We – machine learners, bioinformaticians, epidemiologists, statisticians – are eager to help. This is the place to post your data and give us tasks: answer your questions, analyze your data, make predictions. Just remember that to help you, we need data. If you’re unsure where to begin,
Full Fact fights bad information. We’re a team of independent fact checkers and campaigners who find, expose and counter the harm it does.
Coronavirus: the science explained lays out the evidence and the facts about the virus, the disease, the epidemic, and its control.
This website will be regularly updated with the latest science information behind the coronavirus outbreak.
The following pages lay out the evidence and the facts about the virus, the disease, the epidemic, and its control. Please note, they are not intended as a source of health advice or official policy – please see the About section for more details.
As of March 23, our COVID-19 research database contains 1255 articles (and counting) within the 2380 references selected by the WHO in its Global Research on COVID-19 list.
Modeling COVID-19 Spread vs Healthcare Capacity
Symptoms of covid19 day by day.
The statistics come from this WHO report
This calculator implements a classical infectious disease model — SEIR (Susceptible -> Exposed -> Infected -> Removed), an idealized model of spread still used in frontlines of research
World Heath Organization information on Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Pandemic
“We present information on the number of deaths and cases; on why we should focus on how quickly those numbers double, not on the numbers themselves; on the prevalence of testing, and why that is important for understanding the disease; and what we can and can’t know about how lethal COVID-19 really is. We’ll also explain where we get our data from and why.”
from https://ourworldindata.org/about: “Our World in Data and the SDG-Tracker are collaborative efforts between researchers at the University of Oxford, who are the scientific editors of the website content; and the non-profit organization Global Change Data Lab, who publishes and maintains the website and the data tools that make our work possible. At the University of Oxford we are based at the Oxford Martin Programme on Global Development.”
If you’d rather have visualizations only, those are on https://ourworldindata.org/coronavirus-data
Información, recomendaciones del Ministerio de Salud de la Nación y medidas de prevención.
Allowing non technical users to compare their country with other situations around the world. We present configurable cumulative graph curves. We compare your countries current status with other countries who have already been at your level and show you where they’ve ended up. We are working on extending the comparison to work for regions within one country. The data is provided via JHU.
The COVID Tracking Project collects information from 50 US states, the District of Columbia, and 5 other US territories to provide the most comprehensive testing data.
This hub page for NJ keeps track of all new cases separated by counties, latest orders signed by the governor and what residents and businesses should do to keep safe.
general resources & mutual aid groups
COVID-19 Resources for Students
Google folders by state
CovidActNow.org was created by a team of data scientists, engineers, and designers in partnership with epidemiologists, public health officials, and political leaders to help understand how the COVID-19 pandemic will affect their region.
This tool is built to enable political leaders to quickly make decisions in their Coronavirus response informed by best available data and modeling.
We built this tool to answer critically important questions such as:
What will the impact be in my region be and when can I expect it? How long until my hospital system is under severe pressure? What is my menu of interventions, and how will they address the spread of Coronavirus?