COVID-19 Information Page

The information on this page represents links to news and guidance that I feel are appropriate.

It is up to you, to read, to learn, to decide, and then to act.

Maps and Graphs  
Coronavirus COVID-19 Global Cases GIS map [data on infections, recovered, and deaths]. current Johns Hopkins
A tool built to enable leaders to quickly make decisions informed by best available data and modeling. current
Numerous GIS maps of COVID-19. current
Death rates by country and state (from the New York Times). current NYT
Our World in Data. current
Income disparity and the 'stay in place' order in the US. 3 Apr 2020 NYT
COVID-19 in Vermont. current VT DOH
Worldometer COVID-19 numbers. current
COVID-19 projections assuming full social distancing through May 2020. current
COVID Exit Strategy current
Issue Date Citation
Asymptomatic people shed viral RNA for >2 weeks.

17 Mar 2020

DG Alerts
First patient dosed in Phase I study of mRNA-based vaccine against COVID-19. 16 Mar 2020 NIH
Aerosol and surface stability of HCoV-19 (SARS-CoV-2) compared to SARS-CoV-1 [3h air; 4h Cu; 72 stainless & plastic...] 9 Mar 2020 NEJM
Best defenses against Coronavirus disease (COVID-19): advice for the public. 2020 WHO
Corona virus reporting from the MIT Technology Review. always updated MIT
ABO Blood Group and the COVID-19 Susceptibility. 11 Mar 2020 medRxiv preprint
COVID-19 SARS-CoV-2 preprints from medRxiv and bioRxiv (preliminary reports that have not been peer-reviewed). current medRxiv server
Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies: Coronavirus (COVID-19) response from the United Kingdom. 23 Mar 2020
Articles published in Scientific American on COVID-19. current SA link
A special section of the New England Journal of Medicine on COVID-19. 27 Mar 2020 NEJM
Coronavirus may be spread by breathing. 2 Apr 2020 AAAS
Immunity in coronavirus. 13 Apr 2020 NYT
Projecting the transmission dynamics of SARS-CoV-2 through the postpandemic period. 14 Apr 2020 AAAS
VT Governor Scott's Executive Orders current
A handwashing video by Alton Brown.    
Dr. David Price, Weill Cornell Medical Center in NYC, talks about how to protect oneself and their family ["Go to the hospital if you are short of breath."]
Guidance from Federal and International Agencies
and Google
Hospitals and Clinics

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