Official Resources on Coronavirus
Almost all nations and international government organizations provide their people and the whole world with official updates on coronavirus and its effects. Please find below some coronavirus government resources.
“COVID-19: The Novel Coronavirus Disease” is the guide created by the Republic of Turkey Ministry of Health, and provides Turkish official and updated data and information about the coronavirus.
The COVID-19 Turkey Web Portal, prepared by the Republic of Turkey Ministry of Industry and Technology, in cooperation with TUBITAK, provides Turkish scientific resources, useful information, and updated data on the COVID-19 status.
This coronavirus COVID-19 world map belongs to and is curated by the Presidency of the Republic of Turkey Digital Transformation Office and includes updated data on diagnosis, healing, and death data from different countries around the world.
Kimlik includes current news and researches of the Turkish Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases Association on COVID-19.
The World Health Organization (WHO) provides official and updated information, data, maps, quick and useful links, resources, national and technical guides, recommendations for the healthcare professionals and the public, etc.
The Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center provides the latest updates, critical data, maps and trends, visualizations, and useful information on COVID-19.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides useful and updated information for public health in different five languages.
The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), an agency of the European Union, updates the public with data and information on the current COVID-19 status in the European countries, provides various technical reports, guides, etc.
The Public Health Agency of Canada IPAC updates the public with data and information on the current COVID-19 status in Canada and worldwide.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) works on the global uncertainties regarding the economic and financial effects caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and supports member countries with information and resources.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Library of Medicine (NLM) provide the public with the latest research information on coronavirus.
The OECD tackles the impacts and consequences of the coronavirus pandemic on our lives and our societies and provides to boost our healthcare systems, secure our businesses, maintain our jobs and education, and stabilize financial markets and economies.
Our World in Data, a joint project website of the Oxford Martin Programme on Global Development, the Oxford University, and the Global Change Data Lab (GCDL), is a daily updated research and data bank to make progress against the coronavirus disease.
UNESCO maps the schools’ closures and education as educational institutions around the world have temporarily closed and supports countries, culture, and heritage during COVID-19 by promoting global solidarity through education, science, and knowledge.