DisasterLit database: National Library of Medicine database including scientific literature relating to public health emergencies.
COVID-19 Resources for Medical Librarians & Other Health Information Professionals: a page of useful COVID resources specifically geared towards Health Information Professionals. It was curated by the Medical Library Association (no longer actively updated).
Information for Healthcare Professionals: information on COVID-19 from the CDC specifically geared towards health professionals.
COVID-19 Guidelines: guidelines from different governments and medical societies, compiled by UptoDate.
Visual Real-time Tracking of COVID-19 from Johns Hopkins CSSE: a comprehensive COVID-19 monitoring dashboard which includes data on infections, recoveries, and deaths within individual countries.
New York Early Warning Monitoring Dashboard: Shows testing / tracing targets, new infections, severity of infections, hospital capacity.
The COVID Tracking Project Data: Data on COVID-19 cases, tests, hospitalizations, and deaths updated daily.
COVID-19 Data in the U.S.: An ongoing repository of data from the New York Times on coronavirus cases and deaths in the U.S.
COVID-19 predictions: Projections of various data relating to COVID-19 (deaths, infections and testing, hospital resource use, mask use and social distancing) through March 2021.
COVID-19 Reported Patient Impact and Hospital Capacity by Facility: Dataset provides facility-level data for hospital utilization aggregated on a weekly basis (Friday to Thursday), compiled by HHS.
Databases of COVID-19 scholarly literature:
Lit-Covid: a curated database of COVID-19 scholarly articles in PubMed.
W.H.O. COVID-19 Literature Database: a database of global scientific research related to COVID. It is updated M-F.
CDC Science Update: Weekly summaries from the CDC library of recent COVID-19 related research.
PubMed Pre-prints: search results of SARS-CoV-2 pre-prints in PubMed.
Retracted coronavirus (COVID-19) papers: a database of retracted articles related to COVID-19. Provided by the Center for Scientific Integrity.
Data Collection Tools:
COVID-19 Research Tools: a repository of COVID data collection tools currently in use, provided by the National Institute of Health from NIH Public Health Emergency and Disaster Research Response (DR2).
As a response to Covid-19, many publishers and content providers have offered free or expanded access to scholary materials related to COVID-19. The list below includes just a selection of these resources.
Access Medicine COVID-19 Central Clinical Information, Risk Assessment, Prevention and Quarantine, and Travel Advisories
Elsevier Novel Coronavirus Information Center: includes guidelines for clinicians and patients
JAMA Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Collection: resources on epidemiology, clinical management, public health preparedness, patient info
Ovid COVID-19 Tools & Resources for Clinicians: resources for front-line clinicians and medical researchers
UpToDate Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-10): clinical decision support tool.