There’s a lot of information out there, some helpful and some not-so-helpful. Here are a few websites with fact-based, non-opinionated information.
🏙 LA Times: Tracking coronavirus in California
Tracking the coronavirus outbreak in California by the numbers. I’ve been watching the number of cases and deaths rise and have seen in real-time the exponential rise in both.
👨🏻⚕️100 Questions of Peter Piot, LSHTM Director
“Peter Karel, Baron Piot, KCMG, FRCP, FMedSci is a Belgian microbiologist known for his research into Ebola and AIDS…” Wikipedia
Piot answers every question you’ve ever had about the virus and every virus, for that matter. He clarifies what is known and not known about Covid-19 so far, noting that as a new-to-humans virus there is still a LOT to be learned and studied. Humans don’t have immunity to it yet because we’ve never had it before, and it can spread extremely easily.
😷California Department of Public Health
California’s daily updates on the COVID-19 situation specific to the state from our Department of Public Health- includes links to daily reports, numbers of statewide cases, and information about the Governor’s ‘Stay Home’ mandate, and employment information.
🦠 CDC: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
What you need to know, information for healthcare professionals, the numbers of cases in the US, and more
🌎 WHO: World Health Organization
All WHO data related to the coronavirus outbreak
Daily situation reports:
📈 Virus Trajectory by Country
Here’s a super interesting and intricate view of the infection trajectory by country clearly showing which nations are flattening the curve quickly and which are very much not:
💻 Global Web Index – Coronavirus
“The coronavirus outbreak is having a very real impact on consumer behaviors, attitudes and perceptions. Our dedicated research into the effects worldwide is available for free, giving businesses the up-to-date information they need to stay ahead. Access it all here.”