Coronavirus (Covid-2019)


Publisher support for combating COVID-19

STM’s members have acted rapidly and decisively to support the continued global response to the rapid worldwide spread of COVID-19 with immediate access to accurate and validated articles and monographs that the public can trust.

In direct response to the health emergency, publishers provided free access to relevant peer reviewed publications to ensure that throughout the duration of the outbreak, research and data quickly reaches the widest possible audiences. On the 30th January STM reached out to members to coordinate and broaden the wider efforts to make relevant research quickly and freely available. Over the subsequent days and weeks, more than 32,000 articles, chapters and other resources have been made findable and useable in this manner.

This resource page was deployed on the 10th February, whilst throughout the month, publishers worked to continue to identify and improve the use of resources in tandem with world governments and non-governmental organisations. Agreements have been made to ensure that resources are available under terms and in formats that enable machine analysis and reuse. Crossref have also provided assistance to make it easier for researchers to identify, locate, and access content for text mining.

The publishing community is committed to helping combat COVID-19. We continue to offer researchers the full range of publisher systems and solutions to enhance their abilities to address the global health crisis and hope that these provisions will aid the global response and make a difference.

Below are links to publisher’s resource hubs and freely available articles. (Last updated 15th May 2020)

 

 

 

AIP Publishing
COVID-19 Free to read

 

American Chemical Society
Chemistry in Coronavirus Research – Free to read collection

 

American Psychological Association
COVID-19: Free articles from APA Journals

Annals of Internal Medicine
Collection of freely available articles

 

American Society of Mechanical Engineers
COVID-19 Resource

 

 

 

 

Brill
COVID-19 Collection

 

BioWorld
Coronavirus articles free access


CABI

Focus on Coronavirus

Cambridge University Press
Coronavirus Free Article Collection

BMJ
Coronavirus

 

Clarivate
Coronavirus resources

 

 

Elsevier
Novel Coronavirus Information Center

 

Emerald
Free content related to Coronavirus and the management of epidemics

 

European Respiratory Society
SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19

 

Future Science Group
COVID-19 Hub


 

 

 

IEEE
COVID-19 Related Research Now Free to Read in IEEE Xplore

 

Institute of Physics Publishing
Coronavirus articles - free to access content

IntechOpen

Pneumonia of Viral Etiologies

Coronaviruses as encephalitis – Inducing infectious agents

Structural and functional aspects of viroporins in human respiratory viruses: Respiratory syncytial virus and coronaviruses

Bats, bat-borne viruses, and environment changes

 

JAMA Network
Coronavirus Resource Center

 

 

Karger
Topic Article Package: Coronavirus

 

McGraw-Hill 
Response to COVID-19

 

 

 

Journal of Primary Healthcare
Coronavirus (COVID-19): infection control and prevention measures

What should primary care look like after the COVID-19 pandemic?


Microbiology Australia
COVID-19: a novel zoonotic disease caused by coronavirus from China: what we know and what we don't

Persistent or long-term coronavirus infection in Australian bats

Laboratory accidents and breaches in biosafety – they do occur!

Bat viruses and diseases

The interplay between viruses and the immune system of bats

Bat and virus ecology in a dynamic world

The movement of humans and the spread of Salmonella into existing and pristine ecosystems

Disease X ver1.0: COVID-19

 

The New England Journal of Medicine
Coronavirus (Covid-19)

 

Oxford University Press
Free access to resources on Coronavirus

Royal Society of Chemistry
Coronavirus articles - free to access collection

 

Science (AAAS)
Coronavirus Disease 2019

 

 

Springer Nature
Coronavirus

 

 

 

Springer Publishing Company
COVID-19 Response

 

Taylor & Francis
COVID-19: Novel Coronavirus Content - Free To Access

 

 

Wiley
Novel coronavirus content free to access

 

 

Wolters Kluwer
Coronavirus Resources & Tools
Nursing Center – 2019 Novel Coronavirus