We continue to learn more about COVID-19 every day. To help our network know what sources to reference, we created a blog post that lists out all the resources we found valuable. Since publishing our COVID-19 resource post on March 18, we have added sources daily to our growing list. To make sure you don't miss out on any updates, we are highlighting the most recently added resources below. If you'd like to see the full list of resources, check out our original post.
A GREAT OVERVIEW
This article contains an excellent overview of everything you need to know about COVID-19. Topics answered include:
- How many cases of coronavirus will there be in your area?
- What will happen when these cases materialize?
- What should you do?
Most Important Articles
Good Resources for a Collection of Covid Resources
- National Association for Healthcare Quality: COVID-19 Resource Center
- Don't Panic: The Comprehensive Ars Technica Guide to the Coronavirus
- Coronavirus Could Overwhelm U.S. Without Urgent Action, Estimates Say.
- Exponential-growth bias and overconfidence.
- 4 Questions for Today [March 24]
- Answers to COVID-19 Quiz: Test Your Knowledge and Learn More [March 25]
- How About COVID-19 AND the Economy? [March 26]
- Kids in Quarantine: Advice from Parents [March 27]
- When Standardization Leads to Inadvertent Comedy [March 28]
- Opportunities for Improvement at the Grocery Store [March 30]
Great Video On Hand Washing
Modeling & Estimates Articles
Interview with Smallpox Expert
Good Info for Doctors
- EMRAP LIVE: COVID-19 Update | March 25th, 2020
- Handbook of COVID-19 Prevention and Treatment
- What if I get called in to help with COVID patients?
- Mayo Clinic provides urgent guidance, approach to identify patients at risk of drug-induced sudden cardiac death from use of off-label COVID-19 treatments
- Mayo Clinic: COVID-19 Resources
Articles About COVID-19 Illness for Non-Medical People
- What does the coronavirus do to your body? Everything to know about the infection process.
- Testing for COVID-19
- Why the Coronavirus has been so successful
We Don't Have Enough Ventilators
An Initiative From the Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago
Bill Gates in 2015 Warning of a Corona Pandemic
Please add your resources in the comments below to keep building the list!