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COVID-19 Health Resources: Get Started

COVID-19 is also known as a Novel Coronavirus that was first identified in 2019.

In This Guide

This research guide will get you started with data and information resources for learning and research in health and medicine, especially those collected and subscribed by the Arthur Lakes Library at Mines. If you have further questions, please contact our librarians using the Library Contact information below. Use the tabs above to navigate through the guide.

If you are off-campus and have difficulties with accessing our resources, please see the Off Campus Access guide page for help. 

Core Resources

Image of COVID-19




Image is from Wikimedia Commons.



Health Screen Application

Mines Community Resources regarding COVID-19 (Overview)

Mines Coronavirus Updates (Current, updates about once a week)

Required Procedures for Working on Campus During Safer at Home Public Health Orders (As of May 13, 2020)

Coronavirus Advice for Researchers at Mines (As of April 2, 2020)

OER Simulations and Virtual Labs faculty and students could use

Library Updates (as of July 2, 2020)


State of Colorado - Information on the Outbreak

Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment website on the pandemic

Colorado Department of Education - COVID-19 Youth Services Resources

New Resources on Federal and State Laws Pertaining to COVID-19 

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) - Corona Virus Disease 2019 

They have information for people at higher risk, how it spreads, symptoms, prevention & treatment, Frequently Asked Questions, a summary of the situation, and much more. They do have a guide for colleges and universities.

World Health Organization (WHO) - Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak 

They answer many basic questions, provide travel advice, situation reports, provide a myth busters page, and more.

National Institutes of Health - Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)


Other LibGuides from health organizations in Colorado

Follow the CDC and WHO on Twitter.

This is the Wikipedia page on the disease.

Publisher Resources

Many publishers and database providers are creating resources around the issue.

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