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Resources Highlighted on Twitter

​With the spread of #COVIDー19, so many of us have been thrown into worlds unfamiliar to us - epidemiology, emergency medicine, public health - with no time to catch up.

During this time, we'll be sharing a series of tweets, #COVIDContext, to highlight resources that might be useful online at

Some of these will be sourced from our own collection, some will be from other sources, but the hope is that each of these will help you better understand what’s happening in this rapidly changing information landscape.

Follow us @elq_resource, or at #COVIDContext daily.

General Resources

The Natural Hazards Center has been gathering resources the COVID-19 pandemic that could be helpful to those seeking further information on the many widespread and varying impacts of the crisis.

ReliefWeb is covering the COVID-19 Pandemic, focusing on the countries with humanitarian situations, with information from the United Nations, INGOs, NGOs, aid organizations and the donor community.

​The NIH Disaster Information Management Research Center is the largest and best resource on health-related information for disaster. Their homepage has portals to various other health-related repositories, including the National Libraries of Medicine.

Emergency Management Researcher Samantha Montano (@SamLMontano) maintains a curated list of Emergency Management-related news coverage as a starting point for those looking to catch up:

Historian Scott Knowles (@USofDisaster) hosts #COVIDCalls (weekdays) daily at 5:00pm EST, for discussions with experts and journalists on various aspects of the pandemic. Recordings of past calls can be found on YouTube and SoundCloud:

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