The Coronavirus Guide: 26 March 2020



This is a special post from DonaldPierce.Com (“DPC”)  designed to serve as a workbook/guide/clearing house of current and valid information on CV (also known as Covid-19). We will add new material to the sources, articles, and links listed here on a regular basis.. New material since the last post is designated by an asterisk (*) beside it.

 Reliable Sources on the Coronavirus Pandemic 

*Drugs in the Pipeline (Clinical Trials Arena)

*Coronavirus remains Stable on Surfaces for Hours (NIH)

Global Megatrial of Four Most Promising Vaccines (AAAS)

New England Journal of Medicine Articles on COVID-19

Situational Analysis from the CDC

Ars Technica Comprehensive Guide to Coronavirus

The Lancet COVID-19 Resource Center (The Lancet)

24,000 Research Papers on Coronavirus Available online via MIT

Testing in U.S. (CDC)

Everything You Need to Know About Testing (Wired) 

Situation Summary of Covid-19 (CDC) (Continuously Updated)

New York Times Guide to CoronaVirus (Continuously Updated) 

Prepping the CoronaVirus Vaccine (Scientific American)

Coronavirus Prep Kit (CDC)

Coronavisus Resource Center (Harvard Medical School) (Continuously Updated)

Coronavirus Symptoms (World Health Organization)

CV Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment (Family Doctor)

History of Coronavirus (Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal)

What Is a Corona Virus?(Science Alert.Com)

Wikipedia Entry on Coronavirus

CV and the Anti-Lessons of History (The Lancet)

The Governments Mixed Messaging on CV ( 


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