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The latest research that has been published on COVID-19:
Crowdfight COVID-19 is connecting up researchers with the skills and knowledge to fight the coronavirus pandemic.
CABI has given 3 months free access to its database of research on coronaviruses.
Counts for total confirmed cases, total deaths, and total recoveries worldwide, plus a visualisation of cases by country.
Breakdown of total confirmed cases, deaths and recoveries, as well as active and closed cases and their outcomes.
A complete breakdown of all current statistics for COVID-19, including detailed analyses of Case Fatality Rates.
Several data visualisations for COVID-19, including those for economic recovery potential.
Breakdown of COVID-19 statistics. This link contains information on testing rates globally:
COVID-19: Tackling the Novel Coronavirus (estimated completion time: 12 hours)
FREE online course from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
Science Matters: Lets Talk About COVID-19 (estimated completion time: 18 hours)
FREE Coursera Course from Imperial College London.
Several courses collated by the Open University on COVID-19 and general health and hygiene practices.
Technical guidance from the World Health Organisation on COVID-19.
A guide on diagnosing and treating COVID-19, translated from Chinese.
Advice from the Royal College of Physicians.
Guidelines on management of patients with comorbidities from UK NICE.
A collection of resources containing information to help guide policymaking in regard to COVID-19.
Resources and briefings on the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak.
Reports from the Institute of Developmental Studies.
Information from Social Science in Humanitarian Action on quarantine as an intervention.
Advice from the WHO on implementing quarantine policies.
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