As new information and research about COVID-19 makes its way into the media’s coverage and discussion about the novel coronavirus, misinformation can creep into social media news feeds and other avenues of information consumption. It can be difficult to know where to find the most up-to-date, evidence-based information.
To aid you in your understanding and discovery of the latest authoritative information on COVID-19, the Library has developed this guide with relevant information sources and journals for you. This list includes a combination of government webpages, medical research from peer reviewed journals and academic institutions.
We will regularly update this page with emerging information, making it easier for you to quickly find authoritative content in one place.
Articles and books produced by scholars that are freely and openly available without paywalls.
Because terminology is evolving so rapidly, and because recently added citations have not been indexed, some complex strategies are needed for thorough searching in PubMed.
The following search statement can be copy-and-pasted into the PubMed search box:
(((((wuhan) AND ((coronavirus) OR "Coronavirus"[Mesh]))) AND ("2019"[Date - Publication] : "2030"[Date - Publication]))) OR ((((2019-nCoV) OR 2019nCoV) OR COVID-19) OR SARS-CoV-2)