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Infographic from South China Morning Post
The Coronavirus Explained & What You Should Do
Video by Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell
Three important points of COVID-19 through cartoon
An analysis of how the virus spread in three different circumstances (an office building, a restaurant and a bus). Includes links to the papers of each study. In Spanish, with graphics.
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A written summary of all notable Coronavirus articles found on newsnow.co.uk. If anyone would like to help write this document contact Sam Gangadin-Guinness on Facebook.
An attempt to organize the disparate papers, articles and links about the COVID-19 pandemic by the Less Wrong community dedicated to human rationality. We sort, summarize and prioritize all links on a daily basis. You can submit new links by pressing the big green button.
Blog post summarizing New England Journal of Medicine Study suggesting that the virus can spread as an aerosol, by lingering in the air for hours after someone has coughed or sneezed in the area.
Article discussing potential implications for public health policy (in particular with relation to masks) of the virus spreading like an aerosol.
Thailand Medical News report on China's announcing Coronavirus can spread as an aerosol
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
COVID-19 explainers by New Zealand science blogger Siouxsie Wiles
Get help understanding all of the medical language surrounding COVID-19. Ask for help with defining words and get simple definitions from medical professionals.
Interview on CalTech website with trustee David Ho, leading AIDS researcher.
Community Pandemic Preparedness Guide, originally written for the influenza pandemic by Innovative Support to Emergencies, Diseases and Disasters.
Wikipedia page listing COVID-19 pandemic travel restrictions.
80,000 Hours is a non-profit that provides research and support to help people find careers that effectively tackle the world’s most pressing problems. Key information about the crisis, how to use your time and money to tackle it effectively, ideas on how to personally cope.
Books, articles and other media for teaching about Coronavirus. Crowdsourced. Interdisciplinary. Includes links to other syllabi.
Short course written to help people with low health and science literacy be more prepared for the COVID-19 epidemic.
Blog collection of simple explanations of the basic things everyone can do.
Infographic by a biomedical communicator showing events that occur following SARS-CoV-2 infection.
Visual of aerosol transmission from someone simply speaking and virus is aerosolized that stays in air where others can breathe it in if they are not wearing a mask.
COVID-19 video playlist from Medmastery clinical skills channel.
MedCram video series on Coronavirus
Informational podcast from 80,000 Hours giving an effective altruist perspective on COVID-19.
This Week in Virology, by top virologists and infectious disease doctors covering the latest research and governmental response to COVID-19 and they also answer listener questions.
World Health Organization course series on COVID-19.
Coursera hosted e-learning course offered by Imperial College London.
Free online course by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
Free Coronavirus Awareness Course/eLearning - SCORM package available for download and embed code for placing into intranet/web pages. Covers symptoms, self-isolation and myths. Quiz at the end to help retention.
A survey of the projects working on the contact tracing and mapping part of the problem, data sets, media coverage etc.
A site for self-reporting your coronavirus situation whether you are sick or healthy.
Free and anonymous exposure notification app. We hope to slow the spread of infectious diseases like COVID-19 with crowdsourced data.
A computational platform designed to allow a quick estimate of the probability of exporting infected individuals through the airline transportation network and the daily commuting patterns.
Global Epidemic and Mobility Model
A tool to compare user’s location history with patients’. It uses Google Maps Timeline KML data. All the data comparison is processed in local so that the user’s data are NOT shared with any government. Github repository available.
Global dashboard integrated with Bing.
Guardian news report of first Coronavirus case in Africa on February 14.
From Singularity University's community of global experts on COVID-19, the current challenges and solutions, and future impact on our health, business, government, and communities.
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