bulletin | A collection of key resources on corona-virus

March 25, 2020

Dear readers,

Here’s a quick reference guide to the key pages on corona-virus from official agencies, leading news providers, and best reference material — at your finger-tips. Also included: some recent episodes of top shows focused on the outbreak.

— current statistics on corona-virus —


special sections: corona-virus
from: government agencies + organizations

Johns Hopkins Univ. | home
Johns Hopkins Univ. | map: real-time tracking of corona-virus

motto: The truth will set you free.

CDC | home
CDC | corona-virus section

tag line: 24 / 7 — saving lives • protecting people

EPA | home
EPA | corona-virus section

tag line: Our mission is to protect human health and the environment.

FEMA | home
FEMA | corona-virus section

WHO | home
WHO | corona-virus section

tag line: Achieving better health for everyone, everywhere.

NIH | home
NIH | corona-virus section

tag line: Turning discovery into health.

the White House | home
the White House | corona-virus section

USAgov • by GSA | home
USAgov • by GSA | corna-virus section

tag line: Official guide to government information + services.



special sections: corona-virus
from: domestic broadcast news

ABC • Walt Disney Company | home
ABC • Walt Disney Company | corona-virus section

tag line: T

CBS • ViacomCBS | home
CBS • ViacomCBS | corona-virus section

tag line: America’s most-watched network.
tag line: A leading, global, premium content company.

CNN • WarnerMedia | home
CNN • WarnerMedia | corona-virus section

CNN • WarnerMedia | video: “corona-virus explained”

tag line: The most trusted name in news.
tag line: A leader in innovation for more than 100 years.

Fox • Fox Corporation | home
Fox • Fox Corporation | corona-virus section

tag line: most-watched • most-trusted
tag line: fair + balanced

NBC • Comcast | home
NBC • Comcast | corona-virus section

tag line: T


special sections: corona-virus
from: overseas broadcast news

ABC | home
ABC | corona-virus: section

tag line: T

BBC | home
BBC | corona-virus section

BBC | video: “corona-virus explained”

tag line: Inform, educate, and entertain.

CBC | home
CBC | corona-virus section

tag line: T


featurettes: about corona-virus
from: broadcast news

— show episodes —

group: CBS • ViacomCBS
show title: 60 Minutes • United States edition
show title: 60 MinutesAustralia edition

episode title: “World of pain”
watch | episode

— summary —

Public health authorities believes 60% of the world’s population could become infected with corona-virus and 45 million people might die. For this story, we travel overseas to find out the likely cause of the disease, and efforts to combat it.

episode title: “Stopping the virus”
watch | episode

— summary —

Scientists rush to develop a novel corona-virus vaccine. Then, officials are uncertain how the economy will fare during the corona-virus crisis.

episode title: ” A cure for corona-virus”
watch | episode

— summary —

There’s a glimmer of hope right now for a drug that has cured corona-virus in a test tube. Across the world, teams are working on a cure for corona-virus. One possibility is an existing HIV medication that’s shown great promise in the lab.








— notes —

CDC = Centers for Disease Control + Prevention • United States
DHHS = Department of Health + Human Services • United States
DHS = Department of Homeland Security • United States
EPA = Environmental Protection Agency • United States
FEMA = Federal Emergency Management Agency • United States
GSA = Government Services Administration • United States
NIH = National Institutes of Health • United States

WHO = World Health Organization

ABC = American Broadcasting Company
ABC = Australian Broadcasting Corporation
BBC = British Broadcasting Corporation
CBC = Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
CBS = Columbia Broadcasting System
CNN = Cable News Network
NBC = National Broadcasting Company

HIV = human immuno-deficiency viruses

* NIH is under DHHS
* FEMA is under DHS

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