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Up-to-date information about the COVID-19 outbreak
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Developing Antibdy Tests for SARS-CoV-2
An article in The Lancet, a peer-reviewed medical journal. (published 4/4/20).
Peter Kolchinsky Twitter thread on coronaviruses (published 4/5/20)
An in-depth description of how viruses work.
Virological Assessment of Hospitalized Patients with COVID-2019
An article from Nature describing the effects of COVID-19 on the respiratory tract. (published 4/1/20)
You May Be Able to Spread Coronavirus Just by Breathing, New Report Finds
An article from the journal Science (published 4/2).
General information and data
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update and Thorough Guidance
An evolving page of guidance, data, and links to other information sources, written by an Oregon State University assistant professor.
Data from around the world.
Coronavirus Disease 2019
Current information from the Centers for Disease Control.
WHO Situation Reports
Global information, updated daily.
Scientific background and latest news
2019 Novel Coronavirus Update
An article from the American Society for Microbiology.
Aerosol and Surface Stability of SARS-CoV-2 as Compared with SARS-CoV-1
A comparison of surface survival times for SARS/COVID viruses.
Age, Sex, Existing Conditions of COVID-19 Cases and Deaths
Data about how is most affected by the virus.
The Animal Origins of Coronavirus and Flu
Information about illnesses that jump species.
Infectious Disease Doctor: What Does (And Doesn't) Scare Me About The Coronavirus
Answers to important questions from an infectious disease specialist.
Monkeys Develop Protective Antibodies to SARS-CoV-2
A small study demonstrated that it may be possible to develop an immunity to COVID-19.
New Blood Tests for Antibodies Could Show True Scale of Coronavirus Pandemic
Research into antibody testing may lead to better understanding of the scope of the pandemic.
Oxford Scientists Develop Rapid Testing Technology for COVID-19
New testing technology takes minutes instead of hours or days.
Relationship between the ABO Blood Group and the COVID-19 Susceptibility
A pre-publication article about different blood types and susceptibility to COVID-19. It has not yet been peer-reviewed but is interesting.
Why Have So Many of our Recent Viruses Come from Bats?
An article from Spectator magazine.
Presentations by teachers
A video from a university professor.
Kids Can Get Covid-19. They Just Don't Get That Sick
Children may not get as sick as adults but they can spread the disease.
Novel Coronavirus and Covid-19
Slideshow from an AP Bio teacher.
US Science Corona virus presentation
Slides from our Menlo Biology teachers to accompany the talk that had been planned for March 4.
How you can help
COVID Near You
A research website that allows you to submit your own symptoms and see reported cases on a map.
COVID Symptom Tracker
Report your state of health to Stanford and associated hospitals via an app.
Why You Must Act Now
Click the map to see projected cases vs hospital beds in each state.
Coronavirus: Why You Must Act Now
Data and charts illustrate the importance of mitigating factors like social distancing.
Older but interesting
Coronavirus: The Hammer and the Dance
Statistics as of March18, and some suggested solutions.
From Bats to Human Lungs: the Evolution of a Coronavirus
A New Yorker article outlines current understanding of the evolution of coronaviruses. (published 3/27/20)
San Mateo County Public Health Department
Current local news and press releases.
Santa Clara County Public Health Department
Current local news and press releases.
Current news and announcements from the journal Science.
New York Creates 'Containment Zone' around Cluster of Coronavirus Cases in New Rochelle
Currently the largest cluster of COVID-19 cases is in New York.
Projected Hospital Resource Use
US and state-by-state data illustrating the demand on hospital resources through July 31.
11 Charts That Explain the Coronavirus Epidemic
Charts illustrate different aspects of the progression of the illness around the globe.
Up to date news coverage from the New York Times.
Up to date tracking of diagnosed coronavirus cases in California.
How to Tell if We're Beating Covid-19
A short video with animated graphs showing the rate of spread of the disease around the world.
Which Country Has Flattened the Curve for the Coronavirus?
A comparison of COVID-19 diagnoses around the world.
Coronavirus COVID-19 Global Cases
Up to date information from Johns Hopkins University.
Coronavirus vs Others
A comparison of infection rates of previous and the current pandemic.
COVID-19 Live Data
An aggregation project from a student in Washington state.
Tracking Every Coronavirus Case in the U.S.: Full Map
Current US case map from the New York Times.
Stories of interest
Instagram Before and After Photos
Satellite photos of places around the world taken before and after the virus began to spread.
University of Washington Coronavirus Puzzle Game Aims to Crowdsource a Cure
Can a puzzle game lead to a cure?
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