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We are actively organizing publications by researchers according to common questions about COVID-19 and SARS-CoV-2, so you could see the data for yourself.

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Results from clinical studies

Compilation of publications reporting the efficacy of therapeutics in treating or preventing COVID-19

Peer reviewed articles - These articles have been read and judged by researchers with expertise in the subject of the article. These publications are more credible as they have been subject to scrutiny and correction by a panel of peers

Correspondence -
These are "letters to the editor" or shorter reports that are meant to either push discussion within the scientific community around a particular topic or briefly report on new data that is still undergoing peer review. These are generally NOT peer-reviewed, but will often cite peer-reviewed articles.

Research articles - These publications report new data.

Reviews - These publications summarize a popular topic and provide a robust overview of what is known and still unknown at the time of writing.

Origins of SARS-CoV-2

Compilation of publications describing the genetic ancestry of SARS-CoV-2 and possible routes to human infection

Peer reviewed articles - These articles have been read and judged by researchers with expertise in the subject of the article. These publications are more credible as they have been subject to scrutiny and correction by a panel of peers

Correspondence -
These are "letters to the editor" or shorter reports that are meant to either push discussion within the scientific community around a particular topic or briefly report on new data that is still undergoing peer review. These are generally NOT peer-reviewed, but will often cite peer-reviewed articles.

Research articles - These publications report new data.

Reviews - These publications summarize a popular topic and provide a robust overview of what is known and still unknown at the time of writing.

Is COVID-19 reinfection possible?

Compilation of publications investigating supposed cases of reinfection, as well as experiments testing whether reinfection is possible in animal and cell models

Peer reviewed articles - These articles have been read and judged by researchers with expertise in the subject of the article. These publications are more credible as they have been subject to scrutiny and correction by a panel of peers

Correspondence -
These are "letters to the editor" or shorter reports that are meant to either push discussion within the scientific community around a particular topic or briefly report on new data that is still undergoing peer review. These are generally NOT peer-reviewed, but will often cite peer-reviewed articles.

Research articles - These publications report new data.

Reviews - These publications summarize a popular topic and provide a robust overview of what is known and still unknown at the time of writing.

Racial disparities and COVID-19

Compilation of articles that analyze data on the impact of COVID-19 according to race, and contextualize COVID-19 in the literature on race and health

Peer reviewed articles - These articles have been read and judged by researchers with expertise in the subject of the article. These publications are more credible as they have been subject to scrutiny and correction by a panel of peers

Correspondence -
These are "letters to the editor" or shorter reports that are meant to either push discussion within the scientific community around a particular topic or briefly report on new data that is still undergoing peer review. These are generally NOT peer-reviewed, but will often cite peer-reviewed articles.

Research articles - These publications report new data.

Reviews - These publications summarize a popular topic and provide a robust overview of what is known and still unknown at the time of writing.

How long does the virus last in the air and on surfaces?

Compilation of research on the stability of the virus in different mediums

Peer reviewed articles - These articles have been read and judged by researchers with expertise in the subject of the article. These publications are more credible as they have been subject to scrutiny and correction by a panel of peers

Correspondence -
These are "letters to the editor" or shorter reports that are meant to either push discussion within the scientific community around a particular topic or briefly report on new data that is still undergoing peer review. These are generally NOT peer-reviewed, but will often cite peer-reviewed articles.

Research articles - These publications report new data.

Reviews - These publications summarize a popular topic and provide a robust overview of what is known and still unknown at the time of writing.

Does social distancing work?

Compilation of studies and commentaries looking at the effectiveness of social distancing measures in different geographical settings

Peer reviewed articles - These articles have been read and judged by researchers with expertise in the subject of the article. These publications are more credible as they have been subject to scrutiny and correction by a panel of peers

Correspondence -
These are "letters to the editor" or shorter reports that are meant to either push discussion within the scientific community around a particular topic or briefly report on new data that is still undergoing peer review. These are generally NOT peer-reviewed, but will often cite peer-reviewed articles.

Research articles - These publications report new data.

Reviews - These publications summarize a popular topic and provide a robust overview of what is known and still unknown at the time of writing.

Does the weather effect COVID-19?

Compilation of research on the effect of weather conditions on the transmission of COVID-19

Peer reviewed articles - These articles have been read and judged by researchers with expertise in the subject of the article. These publications are more credible as they have been subject to scrutiny and correction by a panel of peers

Correspondence -
These are "letters to the editor" or shorter reports that are meant to either push discussion within the scientific community around a particular topic or briefly report on new data that is still undergoing peer review. These are generally NOT peer-reviewed, but will often cite peer-reviewed articles.

Research articles - These publications report new data.

Reviews - These publications summarize a popular topic and provide a robust overview of what is known and still unknown at the time of writing.

Effectiveness of protective gear

Compilation of studies on the efficacy of different items you could wear to protect yourself

Peer reviewed articles - These articles have been read and judged by researchers with expertise in the subject of the article. These publications are more credible as they have been subject to scrutiny and correction by a panel of peers

Correspondence -
These are "letters to the editor" or shorter reports that are meant to either push discussion within the scientific community around a particular topic or briefly report on new data that is still undergoing peer review. These are generally NOT peer-reviewed, but will often cite peer-reviewed articles.

Research articles - These publications report new data.

Reviews - These publications summarize a popular topic and provide a robust overview of what is known and still unknown at the time of writing.