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Elsevier’s free health and medical research

Chinese language materials include content on virology, diagnosis & treatment guidelines, research articles, patient education, and institutional and media special reports. 


English resources are even more extensive and include patient materials, care plans, and more...

See Elsevier Novel Coronavirus Information Center for a comprehensive list of resources:


   Chinese language materials include content on virology, diagnosis & treatment guidelines, research articles and book chapters, patient education (as above), institutional special reports, and key media special reports. 


   English language resources include patient engagement resources, clinical skills, care plans (fever and pneumonia) for adults and children, research (journal articles, chapters, and preprints), as well as a range of CDC, WHO and other guidelines, and official coronavirus guidance from various countries.


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CHINESE LANGUAGE RESOURCES 


Prevention and control information - published by China's Emergency Mgmt. Department


Also see the following websites and materials


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HEALTH ADVICE FROM OTHER SOURCES


SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF 2019-nCoV (Online GIS maps)


REAL-TIME / DAILY UPDATES ABOUT THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK


OTHER INFORMATION ABOUT THE CORONAVIRUS AND EMERGENCY SITUATION


NEWS SITES - other selected articles, summaries, announcements, etc. (no longer being updated, archival only)


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Tracking the spread of 2019-nCoV in real-time

Mapping 2019-nCoV

In response to the ongoing coronavirus public health emergency, Johns Hopkins' CSSE has developed an online dashboard to visualize and track reported cases on a daily basis, with data downloadable. Data are collated from various sources, including WHO, U.S. CDC, ECDC China CDC (CCDC), NHC and DXY. See CSSE's blog.