Coronavirus Resource Center

Thoughtfully curated resources to stay healthy and informed


Bottom Line Up Front (BLUF):
Three ways to protect yourself and others from COVID-19: Hand hygiene, clean surfaces, and social distancing. Some important guidance:

  • Wash your hands often
  • Avoid touching your mouth, nose, and eyes
  • Avoid close contact with those who are sick
  • Keep your distance from others if Coronavirus is spreading in your area
  • Keep surfaces clean

For more information check out the CDC’s guide on prevention.

In order to prevent the spread of Coronavirus, it’s important to understand how it’s transmitted.

Keep an eye out for the symptoms.

If you’re sick with COVID-19 or suspect that you are, the CDC guide contains a lot of useful information to keep you and your family safe.


It’s important to make sure you’re ready and make sure you’re prepared. The CDC checklist is a useful way to get started.

In addition to cleaning your hands, it’s important to know how to clean frequently touched surfaces and other items in your home. The CDC has great resources on how to clean and disinfect your home.

This list of EPA-Registered disinfectants is very helpful when figuring out what products to use. In general, diluted household bleach solutions, alcohol solutions with at least 70% alcohol will do the trick.

Another useful resource we’ve found is the Coronavirus shopping list generator. A lot of us are shopping for more people and eating more meals at home. This tool can help you plan a shopping list that has the right out amounts of essential ingredients.

Other Important Resources

Trusted News Sources

1point3acres started in China and now it’s one of best COVID-19 sites. They have developed their own point of view while putting together the latest news and data very quickly.

New York Times has given all registered readers free access to important news and useful guidance about the Coronavirus outbreak.

We’ve also created a list of reliable Twitter accounts that you could follow if you want up to the minute live updates.

Data & Research

There are a lot of great dashboard with tools for digging into data and understanding what’s happening

Staying Healthy at Home

If you’ve recently switched to working at home, it’s important to establish healthy fitness and nutrition rituals. Due to the pandemic, several home fitness apps are being given away for free:
  • CARROT Fit – Workout app
  • Down Dog – Fitness Apps
  • Dark Noise – For white noise
  • Peloton – Offering a free 90-day trial
  • Calm – Has a collection of free resources to help with anxiety
  • CorePower Yoga – free access to a Sculpt, HPF and meditation classes every week
  • NASA Tips for living in isolation
  • Connection Between feeling connected and your immune system.

Staying Busy

Many of us are working at home with kids for the first time. Here are some useful resources for keeping kids entertained.
  • Busy Toddler: Great indoor activities, especially for young children.
  • Khan Academy: A valuable educational resource that has daily schedules and educational livestreams for kids who are off school.
  • Ideas for Social Distancing: If you’re looking for ideas of how to pass the time with your kids, this is a great crowd-sourced list.

By the Numbers - US

Source The COVID Tracking Project.

Interactive Map

COVID-19 Medical Overview

Trevor shared the known science and virology of COVID-19, including the medical response and where we are headed.

Instructor Bio: Trever Peterson, MD Chief of Medical Staff, Eielson Air Force Base, US Air Force

Useful Visuals

COVID-19 Outbreak World Map

Map of total reported cases as of 16 March 2020

  10,000+ reported cases
  1,000–9,999 reported cases
  100–999 reported cases
  10–99 reported cases
  1–9 reported cases
2020 coronavirus cases by date of report

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