Some sources for COVID-19 (coronavirus) updates

As information emerges, these may be some credible sites to visit for news and updates… [INDENT]1) CDC (Center for Disease Control, USA) -,
which includes a link to, “15 Days To Slow The Spread

  1. WHO (World Health Organization) -

  2. Johns Hopkins University & Medicine -[/INDENT]

Various States are also creating credible roundups of informative links.

Be well!

This is a link to a map that shows the number of cases in each state and the US total. They update it a couple of times per day.

How about some good news?

Good ol’ American ingenuity!
Quickly innovating to build a better mousetrap… !
Three cheers for capitalism, patriotism, and free market competition.
:slight_smile: :slight_smile: :slight_smile:

National Geographic
March 27, 2020
Coronavirus101: What You Need To Know

Includes a graphic showing symptoms frequently exhibited: [INDENT]Fever - 87.9%
Dry cough - 67.7%
Fatigue - 38.1%
Phlegm production - 33.4%
Shortness of breath - 18.6%
Muscle and joint pain - 14.8%[/INDENT]

This was a good article, lots of information and good qraphics.

Washington Examiner
March 30, 2020
FDA issues emergency approval of anti-malaria drugs to treat coronavirus

The Food and Drug Administration issued a limited emergency use authorization of two malaria drugs that have been pushed by President Trump for treating the coronavirus.

In a statement Sunday night, the Health and Human Services Department announced it had received 30 million doses of hydroxychloroquine sulfate and one million doses of chloroquine phosphate. The drugs were donated to the Strategic National Stockpile, a repository of potentially life-saving medical supplies.

The statement said the FDA had issued an emergency use authorization to allow both drugs “to be distributed and prescribed by doctors to hospitalized teen and adult patients with COVID-19, as appropriate, when a clinical trial is not available or feasible.”


The Verge
March 30, 2020
FDA approves Battelle’s process to decontaminate N95 face masks

The Food and Drug Administration has approved a process that would clean much-needed N95 protective face masks and allow them to be reused, the agency said in a release. Columbus-Ohio based Battelle uses a “vapor phase hydrogen peroxide” process to decontaminate the masks being used by healthcare providers and others to protect against the spread of COVID-19. Battelle says its Critical Care Decontamination Systems could decontaminate up to 80,000 masks per day.

This helps front line health care workers, as there has been a shortage of disposable Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), including N95 masks.

More info at Battelle’s website (link -…em-for-covid19)


That’s a fantastic breakthrough!

FDA (Food and Drug Administration) Press Announcements here.

Dr. Eric Berg posted some good news about the virus:

YouTube Video