Science blog from Switzerland, which analyses information design, campaigns and other design aspects of the Corona pandemic (weekly updated).
This Facebook Public Group is to identify, capture, and evaluate COVID-19 resources. The aim is to support collaboration and transdisciplinary work between the Systems Community and other stakeholders.
Scottish Government official guidance coronavirus page
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Public and Government Services
Easter 20 message from UK government and Lego
Coronavirus Tweets from UK authorities
List of trustworthy information on COVID-19 for the public, for every country in the world (ministries of health, research groups etc)
Guidelines from the German Federal Ministry of Health - FAQs, important links and numbers for people in Germany
GOV.UK launched a @GOVUK Coronavirus Information Service on @WhatsApp.
Coronavirus advice from the NHS
US CDC Advice for individuals and communities, including community mitigation
Advice on actions to prevent flu by CDC
Dutch government covid-19 site, with links to all current government advice on Coronavirus across a range of themes eg which shops are allowed to remain open, what to do if you have symptoms, reporting requirements for medical staff.
🇳🇱 🔗 https://www.rivm.nl/en/novel-coronavirus-covid-19
Dutch public health ministry, Coronavirus advice (in English, also available in Dutch), with links to current data, public health advice, travel advisory.
Advice for potential patients
Advice from Institutions
World Health Organisation Portal
Official regularly updated portal with practical advice for the public including:
British Red Cross Guidelines
🇬🇧🔗COVID-19 Service User Advice DOTW
Shares symptoms and what to do in many languages available as Word or PDF downloads
Flatten The Curve
Coronavirus (COVID-19) update and thorough guidance compiled by Julie McMurry, MPH. Supported by National Centre for Health Data and Innovative Support for Emergencies Diseases and Disasters
Taiwan Center for Disease Control
Info in several languages from the Taiwan Center for Disease Control
🌎 🔗 https://www.facebook.com/notes/society-for-caribbean-linguistics-scl/covid-19-and-language-issues/1947186428745561/?hc_location=ufi
The Caribbean has over 70 languages. Most (aka their speakers/users) are underserved in this crisis. This is a compilation of articles relating to the importance of language related to COVID-19, compiled by Linguists of the Society for Caribbean Linguistics (SCL)/ Society for Caribbean Linguistics - SCL, with the Department of Modern Languages & Linguistics - DMLL - at... (DMLL), UWI St. Augustine.
Online Questionnaires and Diagnostics
🇬🇧🔗 NHS 111 Online - About coronavirus (COVID-19)
Tool from the NHS to give advice on what to do next based on your symptoms.
Instant and convenient healthcareyy. They claim to be offering free telemedicine for providers in the US.
🗣Federation of American Scientists
The Federation of American Scientists has focused their recent efforts on consolidating and clearly communicating the most crucial information on COVID-19. In the past weeks, we have worked with members of Congress, crowdsourced public questions/concerns from Twitter, and provided scientifically backed summaries, answers, and recommendations.
Quiz website. Try to work out whether people should self-isolate or not.
Automate this Face Mask Decision Tree- Build a tool for people to know if they ought to wear a face mask. The decision tree is here already.
🔗 https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/COVID-19Impacts Fast Future's flash foresight survey designed to explore the broader possible consequences of the pandemic for the economy and society as a whole. All respondents will be sent a free copy of the survey findings and we'll donate $1 to the Save the Children Fund for each completed survey. The results will also be made available for free online for the benefit of all. The survey closes at midnight PST on Sunday March 29th.
Covid-19: a remote assessment in primary care
Babies, Children and Youth
CDC Childhood advice
Advice for parents of babies
Live Science “ultimate kids’ guide to the new Coronavirus”- Kids like you are likely wondering, "Will school be closed?" and, "Should I be worried about getting sick?" To help guide you through a confusing situation, here are answers from science to all the questions you may have.
British Red Cross: Prototype COVID-19 vulnerability index, modelling clinical vulnerability and social vulnerability
Pregnant Women (inc. Breastfeeding)
Advice for pregnant women by CDC
Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists advice:
Advice and information for pregnant women and their families from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.
Charity set up to protect and advocate for women's human rights in childbirth, including specific advice for women due to give birth during the pandemic.
Unicef's resources and info on infant feeding for health professionals and mothers.
People with Disabilities
🔗people with disabilities page
🔗Pre-existing health conditions page
Advice for Refugees
Wikipedia Article: 2019-20 Coronavirus pandemic
Don't Panic: The comprehensive Ars Technica guide to the Coronavirus [Updated daily]- More than 263,000 people have been infected with a new Coronavirus that has spread widely from its origin in China over the past few months. Over 11,100 have already died. Our comprehensive guide for understanding and navigating this global public health threat is below.
Tweets of Coronavirus
The aim of COVID-19 facts is to provide accurate and credible information to counter myths that are gaining traction on social media platforms. COVID-19 Facts is a Public Health Information campaign brought to you by RB, the makers of Dettol & Lysol.
COVID-19 International Media Brief - daily summary of notable Coronavirus articles from The Guardian, The New York Times, The Spectator, The BBC, The Nation, The Atlantic, the Financial Times and more.
Open source browser extension showing localized Coronavirus statistics, news & advice every time you open a new tab.
All the Coronavirus information you need in one place, with information only from national healthcare agencies and the WHO. Launched 16 Mar 2020 in the UK. Scaling soon across countries! Based in Cambridge, UK
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