Recent updates to our COVID-19 information and resources page include Göttingen University estimates of actual infection rates, lung ultrasounds, errors in death data, wastewater sampling, a collection of clinical trials, hydroxychloroquine, ransomware attacks on hospitals, attacks on NASA, malware masquerading as Zoom, US troop and task force infections, trillion-dollar oversight trouble, and more.
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson is under intensive care for coronavirus disease tonight, and other COVID-19 updates today included a doctor’s description of infection progression and ventilator use, insidious infections within fire and police forces, Icelandic random sampling, unreliable testing kits, presidential promotion of questionable drugs, infections in cats and other animals, a crisis in the Navy with historical antecedent, laudable leadership in New Zealand, and more.
Our coronavirus information and resources page continues to get constant additions and improvements, while we’re simultaneously developing a database to better handle the volume of information from constant research and updates.
Since the last update, we’ve added many new items, including material about convalescent plasma, viral loads, face masks, infection spread, testing, tracking, many Zoom security issues, perspectives and initiatives from Bill Gates, mental health resources, living wills and advance directives, fear modelling, aerosol transmission, shortages of medicines, travel restrictions, leadership failures, better policies, historical lessons, and more.
Updates to our COVID-19 information and resources page today include information about “turbulent gas clouds” and virus transmission, asymptomatic transmission, a do-it-yourself face mask, population studies, tracking mechanisms, security problems (especially Zoom), body bags, shortages of ventilators, drugs and protective equipment, and more.
Today’s updates to our COVID-19 information and resources page bring continued refinement and organization plus additional items about groceries and packages, virus spread, Icelandic data, smartphone tracking, security issues, deadly misinformation, political power grabs, and more.
I’ve completely reorganized our COVID-19 page, adding more sections to make information easier to find and process:
Content is also being added and updated frequently, with additions today about face masks, mental health resources, IRS taxes/stimulus, viral spread, and more.
Today’s updates to our coronavirus information and resources page include recommended videos from Dr. David Price and from Dr. Fauci; statistics and data issues; a US stimulus check calculator; free resources; travel restrictions; and more.
Our coronavirus (COVID-19) information and resources page has more updates today, including a screening website and app from Apple (with the CDC), a website for telehealth volunteers, a Mayo Clinic warning, errors in death statistics, cyberattacks and defenses, Zoom security/privacy problems, US government payments, covidactnow.org, and more.
Apple COVID-19 is a free iOS 13 app from Apple that combines a screening tool with simple information from the CDC about Coronavirus Disease 2019 (while also promoting Apple News).
Apple’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) website is essentially the same thing as its iOS app, with a screening tool and basic CDC information, but absent its Apple News marketing.
The latest updates to our coronavirus (COVID-19) information and resources page include an infection poll, safe grocery shopping, important information about face masks, more about pink/red eye symptoms, a soccer “game zero”, lessons from the Biogen spread about asymptomatic transmission, defective test kits in Spain, an interview with virologist David Ho, and a summary of what we know and what we don’t.
Our coronavirus (COVID-19) page continues to add helpful information and resources:
The latest additions include new interactive graphs, an “aerosol box” to protect doctors and medical staff, a conjunctivitis connection, U.S. government assistance, economic strategy, combat against misinformation, and more.
Our Coronavirus page has new links today to meaningful charts (adding to logorithmic graphs linked earlier), plus information about food safety, incubation periods, more scientific data, respiratory health and a respiratory therapist’s experience, testing in Iceland, super-spreading, deadly leadership failures, and additional resources.
All the topics and information involved in this life-changing crisis are a challenge to manage, but we’ve done more development work to streamline selection and viewing of daily updates, as we continue to research, analyze, organize and present the best information we can.
I continue to update the Coronavirus (COVID-19) information page frequently with the most important and helpful information I can find from a wide range of sources about this life-changing global catastrophe.
I hope this resource (and all the work it involves) is helpful in these troubled times.
Every day our Coronavirus (COVID-19) information page gets multiple updates:
But it’s also selective, focusing on the most important and meaningful information from solid sources on a variety of topics related to this life-changing pandemic.
I hope it helps a little.