Last updated on February 22nd, 2020 at 11:50 am
The new Coronavirus COVID-19 (ex 2019-nCoV) epidemic outbreak unfolds, with still much uncertainty. Thus, we must closely monitor it, using the best possible ressources available.
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Here, you will find a list of reliable sources to monitor the COVID-19 (ex 2019-nCoV) epidemic outbreak.
Considering the danger of the spread of fake news enhanced and fed by the fear related to an epidemic, this is a contribution to struggling against dangerous perceptions and rumours.
Official and governmental sources about the COVID-19 (ex 2019-nCoV) epidemic outbreak
World Health Organization (WHO): website for the outbreak of 2019–nCov.
U.S. CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention): 2019 Novel Coronavirus.
European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control: Novel coronavirus in China.
Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CCDC): website.
China CDC: distribution of infection of new coronavirus (updated map and figures).
China CDC: Tracking the epidemic
In Chinese: 新型冠状病毒疫情 = new coronavirus epidemic
Scientific contributions about the COVID-19 (ex 2019-nCoV) epidemic outbreak
To follow the evolution of the outbreak in near real-time
John Hopkins CSSE: Tracking the COVID-19 (ex 2019-nCoV) spread in real-time – map and graphs.
DXY (DXY.cn), the world’s largest online professional community of physicians, medical institutions, healthcare providers, and life science researchers. Established in 2000, over 4 million registered members in China and other countries in 2020: Coronavirus dedicated website updated stats, news and maps.
International Society for Infectious Diseases: ProMED-mail.
In-depth understanding of the new Coronavirus as it develops
The Lancet: COVID-19 (ex 2019-nCoV) Resource Centre.
Elsevier: Novel Coronavirus Information Center.
Nature: News update on the coronavirus.
The New England Journal of Medicine: 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Imperial College London, MRC Centre for Global Infectious Disease Analysis
BioRxiv: biological scientific papers waiting for peer-reviews – Coronavirus
MedRxiv: scientific and medical papers waiting for peer-reviews – Coronavirus
Institut Pasteur: Fiche Coronavirus de Wuhan (FR).
Explaining the coronavirus (Youtube): Medical Lectures (MedCram.com)