Coronavirus disease 2019
World Health Organization (WHO)
Resources from the World Health Organization (WHO) include info about staying safe, commonly asked questions and answers, research, current world news relating to the virus, and technical documents.

Q&A on coronaviruses (COVID-19)
World Health Organization (WHO)
Frequently asked questions and answers.

A Science Reader for COVID-19
Covering concepts from spillover to virus mutation, this collection of free-to-access readings provides scientific context around the COVID-19 pandemic.

National Center for Biotechnology Information, U.S. National Library of Medicine
LitCovid is a curated literature hub for tracking up-to-date scientific information about COVID-19. It’s the most comprehensive resource on the virus, providing a central access to thousands of relevant articles in PubMed.

COVID-19 #Coronavirus Data Pack
Information is Beautiful
Information is Beautiful use data and facts to create infographics and other visuals to help make a lot of complex information easy to understand. This data pack gathers together information about key issues such as the severity of confirmed cases of the virus, those most of risk, how contagious and deadly it is compared with other disease outbreaks  (e.g. Ebola, smallpox, common cold), how we can prevent the pandemic spreading and much more.

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