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COVID-19 / 2019 Novel Coronavirus: Home
A guide to reliable resources about the coronavirus.
Before You Get Started
Please note: government sites on current issues tend to change rapidly. It's best to complement this information with other resources, such as newspaper articles and scientific studies. Scroll down to "Olin Library Resources" to get started.
The Center provides non-judgmental, inclusive and confidential services, including client/patient care, outreach, health promotion, collaboration with faculty and staff, as well as strategic wellness interventions.
The Centers for Disease Control is a major source for information on the development of COVID-19 (2019 Novel Coronavirus) at any time. It includes information about the virus, situation updates, and more.
This is medical information on the coronavirus from MedlinePlus, a consumer health resource. MedlinePlus is administered by the National Library of Medicine and is not underwritten by prescription drug companies or other questionable influences.
Olin Library subscribes to the New York Times, one of the nation's most prominent newspapers. Students, faculty, and staff will need to create an account by navigating to accessnyt.com and selecting Rollins College from the Find School search box. Once your account is set up, you can access the full online content from the New York Times website by clicking the link to the left and using your login.
A great place to find the latest research on COVID-19. Type in "covid-19" or "2019 novel coronavirus" to get started. Click on "Full Text" on the left-hand side to read articles either from the open Web or from Olin Libray.
Another great place to find reliable information about COVID-19. Try search terms like "COVID-19," "coronavirus," and "2019 novel coronavirus." Once you get your results back, click on the green "Find It" button or the "Free Full Text from Publisher" button to access the article.
ProQuest just announced the launch of a Coronavirus Research Database in response to the rapidly growing need for authoritative content related to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). The new cross-disciplinary resource enables researchers to search and discover full-text articles, dissertations and other content from key publishers in one place.
Shanghai COVID-19 Medical Treatment Expert Team edits this timely guide for effective prevention and control of COVID-19. Readers will obtain useful guidance on prevention and control of COVID-19 in different places ranging from homes, outdoors, workplaces, etc.
"Wearing a face mask is a cheap and easy way to slow the spread of airborne diseases like COVID-19. This video from @okaytobesmart and @pbsds uses an advanced imaging technique called schlieren visualization to show you why masks work."
"Using the change in average distance traveled from pre-COVID-19 days, visitation to non-essential venues, and difference in encounter density, we determined a "Social Distancing" score for each county nationwide. This data is updated twice weekly."