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In December 2019, a novel coronavirus strain (SARS-CoV-2) emerged in the city of Wuhan, China. This space seeks to monitor the spread of the disease COVID-19, declared a pandemic by the WHO.

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COVID-19 "Don't Go Crazy" list

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List of Things To Do and Resources To Stay Sane While Quarantined During COVID-19

Vaccine safety evidence

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An analysis of safety studies of the RNA vaccines for COVID-19. Looks at peer-reviewed scientific articles and data trends to analyse cost-benefit behind the current gene-based vaccines.

Will you receive the next stimulus check in July?

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The U.S. government has sent out a number of stimulus checks to American households as a response to the global pandemic. So far, there have been three official stimulus checks for qualified U.S. adults but will a fourth check be sent out soon?

FAQs on Protecting Yourself from Aerosol Transmission

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The goal of these FAQs is to provide information to the general public in an efficient manner about how to prevent aerosol transmission of COVID-19, with the hope that this will allow more informed decision making by individuals or organizations. It includes info about face masks and prevention of the infection. Face coverings (such as N95) can be useful for disease control alongside social distancing. Wearing face covering can help if you have coronavirus symptoms (such as coughs or sneezes) and is always better than no face mask. Other topics include: is coronavirus airborne, are covid masks safe, droplet precautions, airborne precautions, coronavirus masks, different types of close contact. These FAQs should always be similar or more stringent than information provided by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), World Health Organization (WHO), and most regional & local health authorities.

DOING FIELDWORK IN A PANDEMIC

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Isolation measures to contain the spread of COVID-19 means that social researchers who have for doing fieldwork in a pandemic - specifically, ideas for avoiding in-person interactions by using mediated forms that will achieve similar ends.

Vaccine hesitancy

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A spreadsheet to try to explain why various antivaxx excuses don't make sense and to try to provide information for those who are worried/hesitant - with references.

Calculator

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A spreadsheet to roughly calculate risk of covid-19 infection depending on the situation. If you want to put numbers to some of it, this calculator can help!

Covid19 Literature 3.25

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An overview of academic studies of Covid-19: transmission and incubation period, spectrum of clinical presentation, risk factors for severe disease and other topics.

2020_COVID-19_Aerosol_Transmission_Estimator

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The propagation of COVID-19 by aerosol transmission ONLY. The model is based on a standard model of aerosol disease transmission, the Wells-Riley model. It is calibrated to COVID-19 per recent literature on quanta emission rate

A CURIOSITY-DRIVEN SPECULATION

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Unusual symptoms of covid-19 and a possible explanation for them all.