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* 11 July 2020 '''Reported cases of Covid-19 in London continually updated'''  https://data.london.gov.uk/dataset/coronavirus--covid-19--cases
 
* 11 July 2020 '''Reported cases of Covid-19 in London continually updated'''  https://data.london.gov.uk/dataset/coronavirus--covid-19--cases
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* 15 July 2020 '''New Statesman presents a comprehensive and forensic examination of the British government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.'''  https://go.pardot.com/webmail/509131/481781103/a676b19dfe7853521a7b43bd9994530e0e95aa2de5f74b8711db8e169efb4c11
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* 18 July 2020 '''Here’s how scientists know the coronavirus came from bats and wasn’t made in a lab''' https://theconversation.com/heres-how-scientists-know-the-coronavirus-came-from-bats-and-wasnt-made-in-a-lab-141850
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* 9 August 2020 '''What is the global situation now? Only if we end the pandemic everywhere can we end the pandemic anywhere. The entire world has the same goal: cases of COVID-19 need to go to zero. The chart below shows which countries are making progress to this goal and which are not.''' https://ourworldindata.org/coronavirus

Latest revision as of 05:38, 9 August 2020

This page is collecting references and useful information about the coronavirus - Covid-19 - as it progresses, and its impact - and info about its effect on the human way of life in all dimensions. Started 14th April 2020.

  • Daily. Tracking the global pandemic as it happened and happens - a series of maps and charts tracks the spread of the virus since it emerged in China in December last year: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-51235105 Source: Johns Hopkins University, updated daily.
  • 11 May 2020. The global spread of Covid 19 - its identical pattern around the world, and how the counties with less developed health systems are next in line: https://bit.ly/3fExUGA
  • 21 May 2020. Southwark Council asks for help from local people to combat COVID-19 by suggesting healthier streets: https://bit.ly/3cmxjGU
  • 9 August 2020 What is the global situation now? Only if we end the pandemic everywhere can we end the pandemic anywhere. The entire world has the same goal: cases of COVID-19 need to go to zero. The chart below shows which countries are making progress to this goal and which are not. https://ourworldindata.org/coronavirus