The Healthcare Coalition of Rhode Island recommends its members monitor the situation at CDC’s 2019-nCoV website and the Rhode Island Department of Health of Health has a new web page dedicated to 2019-nCoV. Also, RIDOH’s novel coronavirus web page for providers is now live

Resources (Publicly Available)

Below is a collection of resources generated by agencies other than the CDC: 

Wuhan Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) Global Cases Map

In response to this ongoing public health emergency, John Hopkins University- Center for Systems Science and Engineering (JHU CSSE) developed an online dashboard (static snapshot shown below) to visualize and track the reported cases on a daily basis; the complete set of data is downloadable as a Google sheet. The case data visualized is collected from various sources, including WHO, U.S. CDC, the National Health Commission (NHC) of the People’s Republic of China, and DXY. DXY is a Chinese website that aggregates NHC and local CCDC situation reports in near real-time, providing more current regional case estimates than the national level reporting organizations are capable of, and is thus used for all the mainland China cases reported in our dashboard (confirmed, suspected, recovered, deaths). U.S. cases (confirmed, suspected, recovered, deaths) are taken from the U.S. CDC, and all other country case data (suspected and confirmed) is taken from the corresponding regional health departments. The dashboard is intended to provide the public with an understanding of the outbreak situation as it unfolds, with transparent data sources.


Twitter Feeds Related to Coronavirus

The hashtags listed below are being provided on this page for ease of access and are not monitored by HCRI and are therefore uncensored