Coronavirus Resource Center

Johns Hopkins experts in global public health, infectious disease, and emergency preparedness have been at the forefront of the international response to COVID-19.

This website is a resource to help advance the understanding of the virus, inform the public, and brief policymakers in order to guide a response, improve care, and save lives.

News & Information

Important information and updates from the experts and researchers at Johns Hopkins.

Global Health NOW Updates

Global Health Now

We need an ethics transfusion: The coronavirus blood challenge

03/27/20NY Daily News

Attention, Basic, Essential, New

Blood from people who recover from coronavirus could provide a treatment

03/27/20The Washington Post

Attention, Basic, Essential, New

Ironing out wrinkles in India’s pandemic response

03/25/20The Hindu

Attention, Basic, Essential, New

How the pandemic will end

03/25/20The Atlantic

Attention, Basic, Essential, New

The coronavirus isn’t mutating quickly, suggesting a vaccine would offer lasting protection

03/24/20Washington Post

Desperate for Covid-19 answers, U.S. doctors turn to colleagues in China


How blood from coronavirus survivors might save lives


Now is not the time to ease social distancing measures, experts say


Coronavirus plea from Johns Hopkins: Please take social distancing seriously to save lives

03/24/20The Baltimore Sun

New York will be first state to test treatment of coronavirus with blood from recovered patients

03/23/20NBC News

A scarcity of life-saving resources during COVID-19 pandemic

03/22/20The Hill

Politico: It’s Time to Build Ventilators Like We’re at War and Our Lives Depend on It


COVID-19 Questions Answered: IVAC-Affiliated Experts Give Their Take on the Challenges with Infection Control

03/20/20Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Bloomberg Opinion: Prepare Now for the Long War Against Covid-19

03/20/20Bloomberg Opinion

Hogan should follow Mosby’s lead and release older, parole-approved offenders from state prisons

03/20/20The Baltimore Sun

The Best-Case Outcome for the Coronavirus, and the Worst

03/20/20The New York Times

Africa Prepares for “the Worst”

03/20/20Global Health Now

Hold the “Quarantinis”: Alcohol and Novel Coronavirus Might Not Mix

03/20/20Global Health Now

Independent pharmacies should be on frontlines for COVID-19 screening access

03/19/20The Hill

Global Health NOW: Johns Hopkins Researchers To Test COVID-19 Stop-Gap Solution

03/19/20Global Health Now

Here’s How Long Coronavirus Symptoms Tend to Last, According to Doctors


4 reasons America needs a new coronavirus crisis insurance program based on Medicare

03/19/20USA Today

Jennifer Nuzzo and Tara Kirk Sell: Here’s how to help protect elderly from coronavirus

03/18/20FOX News

Extraordinary Measures: How institutions are approaching scientific research during COVID-19, and what they still need to know.

03/18/20Inside Higher Ed

July Or August? When The Coronavirus Crisis Could See A Turning Point


Johns Hopkins Experts Discuss the The Latest Developments

03/17/20Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Johns Hopkins experts are learning more about the coronavirus. Here’s what they want you to know.

03/17/20The Baltimore Sun

To protect inmates and the nation from COVID-19, release offenders who pose no threat

03/17/20USA Today

Schools close to contain coronavirus. Will it work? Depends on what we do with our kids.

03/16/20USA Today

Coronavirus stressing you out? Here’s how to cope

03/16/20The Baltimore Sun

How Bad Will the COVID-19 Coronavirus Epidemic Get In the U.S.? Health Experts Weigh In


How Epidemiologists Understand the Novel Coronavirus

03/15/20The New Yorker

Coronavirus outbreak is a ‘time of sacrifice for all of us’

03/15/20PBS News Hour – Thirteen

The Coronavirus Called America’s Bluff

03/15/20The Atlantic

Coronavirus Screening Test Developed at Johns Hopkins


Your Nose Itches. Is It Allergies, Flu or the Coronavirus?

03/13/20The New York Times

Coronavirus will linger after the pandemic ends. But it won’t be as bad.

03/13/20The Washington Post

Quarantining cities isn’t needed. But a fast, coordinated response to covid-19 is essential

03/13/20The Washington Post

Antibodies from COVID-19 Survivors Could Be Used To Treat Patients, Protect Those At Risk


Infectious Disease Experts Recommend Using Antibodies from COVID-19 Survivors as Stopgap Measure to Treat Patients and Protect Healthcare Workers

03/13/20Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

We must shore up access to food as COVID-19 takes hold

03/12/20The Hill

U.S. Hospitals Face Major Challenges as Coronavirus Spreads

03/12/20Wall Street Journal

The latest on Coronavirus from Infectious Disease Expert Dr. Jason Farley

03/11/20Johns Hopkins Nursing

A self-quarantine seems brutal when you’re not sick with coronavirus—but it really is for the greater good

03/11/20USA Today

Cancel Everything

03/10/20The Atlantic

“60 Minutes” goes behind the scenes of Johns Hopkins coronavirus response efforts


New Study on COVID-19 Estimates 5.1 Days for Incubation Period

03/09/20Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Wall Street Journal: Coronavirus Symptoms Start About Five Days After Infection, New Research Finds

03/09/20Wall Street Journal

60 Minutes: COVID-19 Coronavirus: How U.S. hospitals are preparing, and what leading health officials say about the virus

03/08/20CBS News

How can Africa prepare for Coronavirus? Learn from Liberia’s experience with Ebola

03/08/20Mail & Guardian

Q&A: How coronavirus will affect the global supply chain


NPR: Coronavirus testing kits are in short supply


COVID-19 Recorded Webcast With Johns Hopkins Experts


Johns Hopkins University experts brief Capitol Hill on coronavirus

03/06/20Homeland Preparedness News

Hopkins experts present latest coronavirus information in Capitol Hill


NBC News: U.S. coronavirus testing capacity is 'not currently adequate,' expert tells Congress

03/06/20NBC News

Death Rates Pose a Puzzle

03/05/20Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Inside Iran’s Attempts to Suppress Virus - And the Truth

03/04/20Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Event 201: A Global Pandemic Exercise to Illustrate Preparedness Efforts

Center for Health Security

The Unknown Unknowns: Diagnosing the New Coronavirus

03/05/20Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

The Old-School Gumshoes Tracking the Virus

03/04/20Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

We should have seen the coronavirus coming


Johns Hopkins evaluates foreign study programs in response to coronavirus outbreak


How to Confront the Coronavirus at Every Level

03/02/20The New York Times

COVID-19 Recorded Webcast With Johns Hopkins Experts


Bloomberg: Johns Hopkins’ Nuzzo: New Virus Test Kits Likely to Reveal Undiagnosed Cases


Johns Hopkins prepares for potential COVID-19 impacts


Here’s the Johns Hopkins study President Trump referenced in his coronavirus news conference


What US Hospitals Should Do Now to Prepare for a COVID-19 Pandemic—The Center for Health Security

02/27/20Center for Health Security

Bloomberg: Milder coronavirus cases raising new transmission concerns: Johns Hopkins


Webcast: COVID-19 and the Politics of Information

02/20/20SNF Agora Institute

The Lancet: An interactive web-based dashboard to track COVID-19 in real time


Hopkins-Nanjing Center delays on-site programming


Prevent Spread Of The Virus


Bloomberg: Travel restrictions won't help contain virus, Johns Hopkins' Nuzzo says


Public health interventions in focus as coronavirus outbreak spreads in China and beyond


Foreign Affairs: How to prepare for a coronavirus pandemic

01/31/20Foreign Affairs

As coronavirus outbreak evolves, key questions remain


Bloomberg: Johns Hopkins' Toner expects to see more coronavirus cases in the U.S.


PBS NewsHour: Track the spread of novel coronavirus with this map