Some major publishers of medical journals have made coronavirus-related content freely available.
Elsevier Novel Coronavirus Information Center
This resource contains guidance, clinical information, some specially written for this purpose, including access to research articles in Elsevier journals. Other types of content include downloadable patient education resources, nursing care plans and skills, and links to global public health authorities and national health ministries.
Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.
This publisher has made a collection of articles from the journal Health Security, freely available.
This is a collection of infection-related articles.
These two servers – medRxiv Health Sciences and bioRxiv Biology – provide open access to preprints of preliminary reports of work that have not been peer-reviewed. They should not be relied on to guide clinical practice or health-related behaviour and should not be reported in news media as established information.
All UpToDate topics are updated as new evidence becomes available, and a peer review process is complete. UpToDate has produced a Coronavirus topic, in English and Chinese, and they have curated a list of novel coronavirus guidelines from global and national agencies such as Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control, World Health Organization, and other public health organizations.
WK updates to its Covid-19 resources to support rapid response healthcare teams and researchers working to address the global coronavirus crisis." Bookmark this site https://coronavirus.ovidds.com/ to access the latest updates, open articles, and an article feed.
This is a collection of freely-available research, book chapters, and entries to major references. As new articles are published, they will be made free to access, and added to this centralized resource of coronavirus research. These important pieces of literature will remain open until April 2020 and the window of time will be extended as needed.