COVID-19 Info and Resources
for the NYC Community



New York City medical and graduate students on a mission to connect New Yorkers with COVID-19 community resources, policy updates, health information and, most importantly, each other.

Key Updates





NEW YORK CITY AND STATE

All New Yorkers age 16 and older are now eligible to receie a COVID-19 vaccine. 




NATIONWIDE

The CDC issues new guidelines, which say that people who are fully vaccinated can visit other fully vaccinated people indoors without wearing masks or social distancing. People are considered fully vaccinated two weeks after receiving the second doses of Pfizer or Moderna vaccines (or two weeks after receiving the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine).

According to new CDC guidelines, those who have received both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine do not need to quarantine if they have been exposed to someone infected with the virus.

Latest guidelines and updates from the CDC here.

Updated national cases here.

We post new key updates every day, so visit our website daily for the latest info!

For more updates, visit our Policy Updates page.

News & Research




NEW YORK CITY CASES & FATALITIES 
(as of 5/9/21)

936,360

Confirmed Cases

32,810

Deaths


While this number will continue to rise, the number of cases is a reflection of our ability to TEST.  Many people with COVID-19 have not been tested, meaning the true number is much higher.


RELIABLE HEALTH NEWS

CDC COVID-19 Latest News
WHO Rolling Updates
Medical News Today: COVID-19 Live Updates
Stat News: Coronavirus Coverage


UP-TO-DATE RESEARCH ON COVID-19

LitCovid Maintained open-resource literature hub. The articles are categorized by topic—overview, disease mechanism, transmission dynamics, treatment, case report and epidemic forecasting—as well as by geographic location for visualization on a world map.

COVID PapersAn updated collection of COVID-19 papers collected by University of California San Francisco.

Yale Literature DatabaseDatabase of COVID-19 literature maintained by Yale Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library, organized by region, by source, and by topic.
SUMMARIES OF COVID-19 RESEARCH

NYU COVID Literature ReviewsOne-line and one-page summaries of the most recent and relevant COVID-19 research, produced by students, physicians, and scientists at NYU.

Follow @litcovid_nyu on Twitter for research updates.





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This website provides selected information available about a range of disease topics. Like any printed material, it may become out of date over time. It is important that consumers rely on the advice of a health care professional to employ good clinical judgment for the specific conditions of individual patients. This information is not intended to be a substitute for the advice of a health care professional, or a recommendation for any particular treatment plan. External sites are not necessarily endorsed by the medical students who created this website.

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