COVID-19 open-access data and computational resources are being provided by federal agencies, including NIH, public consortia, and private entities. These resources are freely available to researchers, and this page will be updated as more information becomes available.
Data links, data visualizations, COVID-19 Demographic and Economic Resources, and the Census COVID-19 Impact Report:
Data at the state and county level to assist in determining the impact of COVID-19 on each county and state including data on at-risk populations, insurance, business, etc.
The Appalachian Regional Commission compiles data, creates maps, and conducts research and evaluations on key economic, demographic, and quality of life factors that affect the current and future development prospects of the Appalachian Region. The most frequently requested reports, maps, and data are available online.
Population-level data is a powerful resource for understanding how the virus is spreading and which communities are at risk. However, interpreting that information is challenging. The data visualization in this dashboard offers an effective means of communicating data to scientists, policy makers, and the public.
Use the sliders to select the UV index, temperature and relative humidity of interest. Information on how long SARS-CoV-2 would be expected to remain stable in aerosols (airborne) will be displayed in the table below. Users can find the environmental conditions for a specific location by accessing general weather resources online.
Enter temperature and enter relative humidity. The resulting natural decay of SARS-CoV-2 is shown.Relative humidity and temperature can be used to provide an estimated half-life for SARS-CoV-2 with this model with some degree of certainty. The predictive power is limited to temperature between 74°F-95°F and Relative Humidity between 20-60%.
PANTHR is working on characterizing the virus responsible for the COVID-19 pandemic. The work being done will provide insight regarding how long the virus can survive on surfaces, the potential for those contaminated surfaces to infect additional individuals, and the ability of various disinfection technologies to clean these surfaces to prevent further infection/transmission.
The USPTO’s COVID-19 Response Resource Center is a central hub for information about the USPTO’s efforts and other helpful information in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. Learn about the various actions the USPTO is taking to accelerate innovation, keep our stakeholders informed of recent developments, and promote new technologies.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Library of Congress buildings have been closed and the U.S. Copyright Office has implemented extended telework requirements to reduce the number of onsite staff to essential personnel who come into the Office for the minimum amount of time necessary. In addition, the Office is aware that restrictions impeding mobility and temporary closures of businesses are limiting the public’s ability to access Office services.
In response to the 2019 Novel Coronavirus outbreak, the federal government is taking steps to protect the country. Within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response is working with our partners to explore the development of new medical countermeasures and take other actions to enhance health security.
Resources to help you make financial decisions regarding student loans, mortgage and housing assistance, managing your finances, avoiding scams, as service memebers and veterans, as parents, as older adults
As provided under the legislation, the U.S. Department of Labor will be issuing implementing regulations. Additionally, as warranted, the Department will continue to provide compliance assistance to employers and employees on their responsibilities and rights under the FFCRA.