Researchers quickly mobilized to study potential treatments, a vaccine, virus spread, prevention, and illness-related impacts. What is more, much of the latest scientific information on COVID-19 (updated daily) is freely available online.
Please remember: Researchers are making new discoveries about COVID-19 every day and sharing them as quickly as possible. In other words, new research results emerge all the time and can sometimes contradict previous results. This is the right way to advance scientific knowledge until all experts agree on the most plausible conclusion (international consensus).
- Understanding Research – an online platform that introduces basic concepts and methods of scientific research
- You’ve heard about a scientific study? Ask yourself 8 questions – a checklist from Agence Science-Press to be used before drawing conclusions or sharing study results
- LitCovid – a comprehensive resource for tracking up-to-date scientific information from the National Library of Medicine (USA)
- Nature – summaries of the latest significant discoveries about COVID-19 selected by editors of the Nature journal