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Everything you need to understand the coronavirus pandemic, with expert-curated resources from 1440.
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An easy-to-understand look at why soap is so effective at eliminating the coronavirus (and other germs).
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A comprehensive infographic showing all the vaccines currently under development.
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A new study finds cats can contract the coronavirus, but it’s unclear whether they can actively spread the disease.
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An interesting look at how online communities are crowdsourcing solutions to the critical lack of simple medical supplies in what some are calling a “medical hackathon.”
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These nine charts capture the economic impact of the coronavirus.
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Raw data on the number of COVID-19 tests given in the US by day. Track how US testing capacity is ramping up with this resource.
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One of the easiest to understand explanations of how the coronavirus attacks the body that we’ve seen. A great intro to the science behind the virus.
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One of the best aggregations of global data we’ve found on COVID-19. If you’re looking for worldwide stats broken down by country, check here first.
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A fantastic guide on how the coronavirus goes about hijacking the cells in your body (with easy-to-follow illustrations).
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Not sure what a virus is or how they work? Here’s a simple primer that lays out the basics.
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One of the best ways to track state-by-state COVID-19 testing, cases, and deaths in the United States.
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A quick and easy way to compare the current pandemic with history’s deadliest outbreaks (and looks pretty cool as well).
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A look at how a Texas-based grocery chain got out ahead of the crisis.
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There’s a lot of fake news floating around about the coronavirus. This myth-busting list debunks some of the worst claims.
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A look at how South Korea solved its shortage of facemasks combining government intervention and local pharmacies.
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The Nextstrain open-source project lets you track mutations of SARS-CoV-2 as it spreads across the world. Researchers are using these datasets to trace how the virus spreads across borders.
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Want to look at the number of cases reported in each country over time? Check out this resource from Reuters.
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One of the simplest visualizations of why social distancing works (using bouncing dots), and how it helps flatten the curve.
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Watch University of Chicago Medicine epidemiologist Emily Landon’s (nonalarmist) straight talk on why social distancing is critical.
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One of the most-recommended articles (The Hammer and the Dance) on what the next 18 months could look like depending on policies implemented in the next few weeks.
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This simulator based on a classic infectious model lets you play around with variables such as transmission, mortality rate, etc., and see how they affect a virus’s spread.
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This health literacy project has translated essential health information on COVID-19 into more than 30 different languages.
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From money for individuals to large companies, a visual breakdown to help understand the recently passed $2T stimulus package.
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Here’s where you can find updates from Imperial College London’s modeling on death counts in the US and the UK. The ninth issue caused a stir when it projected 2.2 million deaths in a “do nothing” scenario.
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A simple look at why some illnesses ebb and flow with the seasons, and what that means for COVID-19.
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Former CMS chief Andy Slavitt gives updates on testing and test kits in the US.
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Bill Gates on what the world must do to endure the coronavirus crisis.
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A good video explainer of how medical respiratory ventilators work.
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This explainer demystifies what a pandemic is, what it is not, and what some of the worst pandemics in history have looked like.
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An overview of the R0 number, which is used to describe how easily infectious diseases spread.

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