Coronavirus COVID-19 Information and Resources

updated: April 07, 2020
 


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Coronavirus COVID-19 Outbreak Situation Maps:

Center for Disease Control (CDC):

Johns Hopkins Hospital:

The White House:

World Health Organization (WHO):

Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA):

  • COVID-19: What You Need to Know – Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA): the latest COVID-19 developments providing links to guidance from government health authorities and the World Health Organization, journal articles and more.

Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation

Environmental Protection Agency:

American College Health Association (ACHA):

Mayo Clinic:

Military Health System:

  • Military Health System Coronavirus: DOD will closely coordinate with our interagency partners to ensure accurate and timely information is available and encourage all appropriate measures are taken to limit the virus' spread.

National Institutes of Health:

Occupational Safety and Health Administration – OSHA:

Public Health Emergency: Mission of the HHS Office

  • Public Health Emergency: The mission of the HHS Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPR) is to save lives and protect Americans from 21st century health security threats.

U of Minnesota’s Center for Infectious Disease Research:

  • CIDRP Novel Coronavirus Resource Center: U of Minnesota’s Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy new online resource center to educate the public about the novel coronavirus disease COVID-19.

Ohio Department of Health:

Washington - Dept. of Health:

MyCatholicDoctor:

The National Catholic Bioethics Center

Inside Higher Ed:

  • Scenario Planning for Coronavirus (InsideHigherEd): Frequently used in military situations, it can help college and university leaders during this uncertain time, writes Paul N. Friga, who presents a high-level scenario analysis and some recommended actions.
  • Coronavirus and Higher Education (InsideHigherEd): Roundup of news about how higher education is coping with initial U.S. impacts of the coronavirus outbreak, and how colleges are preparing for a dizzying array of likely disruptions.
  • What Katrina Taught Us About Online Delivery (InsideHigherEd), March 11, 2020. In 2005, more than 120 U.S. universities came to the aid of some 20 colleges and universities that had been impacted by Hurricane Katrina through shared online classes. There is much discussion now about continuing the delivery of the curriculum in instances where the new coronavirus may disrupt traditional campus offerings.

FORBES:

NBC Health News:

  • What is the coronavirus? Here's what we know about it. Here's what to know about the new Coronavirus, which causes a disease called COVID-19.
  • Coronavirus Self-Quarantine 101 (NBC): According to NBC News, quarantine means "physically separating a person." It's less severe than isolation, which may be done in a hospital and may last longer. Under quarantine you can still interact with your family and move around your home.

New York Times:

National Association of Manufacturers – NAM:

  • Coronavirus Resources (National Association of Manufacturers – NAM): Includes Federal Government Response | OSHA Employee Health and Safety | DHS Pandemic Planning | Customs and Border Protection.

Mental Health & Wellness:

Miscellaneous:

  • "The Sober Math Everyone Must Understand about the Pandemic": Jason S Warner, March 16, 2020. Issue One: Social Norms Are Powerful Motivators and Getting in the Way of People Taking the Right Steps in Response to the Pandemic: One of the current problems with addressing the pandemic is the social pressures of taking action today. It’s awkward, and feels like an over-reaction. The reason it feels like an overreaction is that most people OVERWEIGHT the currently reported cases and inherently UNDERWEIGHT the mathematics of how the virus is spreading and what will happen in about 30 days time. This is because our brains tend to think linearly as opposed to logarithmically.
  • Air Purifiers & Coronavirus (AlenCorp Blog) March 13, 2020. A straightforward look at the complexities of capturing viruses. With the global outbreak of novel coronavirus (COVID-19), many are wondering whether air purifiers can help combat airborne viruses.

COVID-19 & Resources for Spiritual Nourishment

 

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