The outbreak and spread of Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is currently a significant healthcare topic that has many people concerned almost to the point of panic. As with all emergency and disaster scenarios, the best course of action is to become as well-informed as possible about the cause, spread and precautions that should be followed to minimize the risk to yourself and those around you.
Rather than write about a given day’s status of the outbreak and advice for how to defend against it, we have assembled this list of resources so you will be able to go directly to the sources of the information that is being reported. Most of these sites are updated regularly, if not daily. It would be in your best interest to check back often.
We believe that these links will not only provide you with the opportunity to find the latest and most accurate information, they also remove the potential for “spinning” the news, as is often the case with critical topics that can have a great impact on you and your family.
This list is by no means all-inclusive and we cannot guarantee that the entities listed will not make reporting mistakes of their own. Our favorite is Worldometer, near the bottom of the page.
If you have other sources that you feel are at least as credible, please let us know so we can consider adding them to this group.
NEW Consumer’s Guide to COVID-19
This link connects you with DrugWatch.com, where you’ll find a great deal of information about COVID-19 and the pandemic. Some topics include fast facts about the virus and how it’s being fought, how to protect yourself and others, health insurance changes, how to deal with mental health issues, such as anxiety, and much more.
Daily Updates on a Variety of Statistics Relating to the 2019/2020 Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Outbreak
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