This page includes frequently asked questions about COVID-19 and pregnancy. The CDC provides information about what is known and unknown about pregnant women and infants and effects of COVID-19 during pregnancy, delivery, and breastfeeding.
Coronavirus - COVID-19 Resources
WHO is continuously monitoring and responding to this outbreak. This Q&A will be updated as more is known about COVID-19, how it spreads and how it is affecting people worldwide. For more information, check back regularly on WHO’s coronavirus pages.
The infographic includes basic information about the virus, symptoms, prevention and transmission. It can be downloaded (links at bottom of the page) either as a graphic file (.png) or editable (for translations) .pdf format.
WHO and public health authorities around the world are acting to contain the COVID-19 outbreak. However, this time of crisis is generating stress throughout the population. The considerations presented in this document have been developed by the WHO Department of Mental Health and Substance Use as a series of messages that can be used in communications to support mental and psychosocial well-being in different target groups during the outbreak.
To help improve understanding of an emerging outbreak’s complex dynamics, Global Health Now has reached out to some of the world’s most respected global health experts for their quick "reality checks" on key issues related to the outbreak.
This page includes all the current technical guidance issued by the World Health Organization such as country-level coordination, clinical care, and risk communication. The site also includes scientific briefs.
The video shows the timelapse of the coronavirus by map worldwide since January 20, 2020. It first started in Wuhan, Hubei, China, then spread to more than 80 countries by March 5, 2020.
This page on the University of Minnesota has a list of several COVID-19 dashboards and visuals from WHO, CDC, and Johns Hopkins as well as others.
The New York Times COVID-19 dashboard displays a map of numbers of cases, deaths, and cases per 100,000 around the world. Another set of data shows case growth rates from January 22 to the present.
The COVID-19 surveillance dashboard by University of Virginia includes numbers of confirmed cases, active cases, deaths, and recoveries by country/region. The geographic information system (GIS) map has a weekly time slider beginning on January 22 to the present.