Useful COVID-19 Research and Resources

With the scale of COVID-19 infection and mortality rates increasing rapidly, and many of us becoming increasingly compelled to make changes to lifestyles to adapt to the virus, we thought we would share some important, useful, reliable and veriable evidence-based resources to help keep informed and understand the rapidly changing scientific knowledge base on the pandemic, both medical and social.

With thanks to WAME for pointing us towards some of these resources.

1. World Health Organization‘s COVID-19 site with updates and clinical information

2. COVID-19 Open Research Dataset

“The dataset contains all COVID-19 and coronavirus-related research (e.g. SARS, MERS, etc.) from the following sources:

  • PubMed’s PMC open access corpus using this query (COVID-19 and coronavirus research)
  • Additional COVID-19 research articles from a corpus maintained by the WHO
  • bioRxiv and medRxiv pre-prints using the same query as PMC (COVID-19 and coronavirus research)”

3. From Doctors of the World UK, Healthcare Information for All’s listserve, this is a set of COVID-19 advice for patients in 21 languages, produced in partnership with the British Red Cross, Migrant Help and Clear Voice:

The documents are currently available in English, Albanian, Dari, French, Pashto, Portuguese, Bengali, Vietnamese, Kurdish Sorani, but more languages coming soon including: Mandarin, Hindi, Urdu, Arabic, Spanish, Portuguese, Malayalam, Turkish, Farsi, Amharic, Tigrinya, Somali

4. European Centre for Disease for Control (ECDC) information on COVID-19, including latest updates and guides.

5. Scitrus – a curated news and research platform: