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The COVID-19 Pandemic

Graphic image of the COVID-19 virus particle with red spike proteinsThis resource guide compiles resources related to the COVID-19 pandemic which emerged out of Wuhan, China in late 2019. The virus spread across the globe in 2020, leading to lock downs and a race to make a vaccine.

Below are links to various resources that might be of use to the UDC community or those conducting research on the pandemic. If you are aware of additional resources or have any questions, please email us at

We will continue to update this page as information becomes available.

University Resources

Local Resources

For information on the local response to COVID-19 including vaccination, school, and other information, use the links below.

Personal Stories & Archives

Data, Maps, and Dashboards

Several government departments and organizations are compiling data on COVID-19. Below are data sets, maps, and dashboards resources.

Recommended Databases

Newspapers and Newswires

Newspapers and newswires report information via research, interviews, surveys, speeches, etc. They can provide the latest information on what people are thinking about your topic. Reading different newspapers may provide different perspectives for you to consider in your research.

Newspapers and newswires are available in the following databases:

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