updated April 26, 2020 16:00 EDT
This little set of web pages is being maintained by someone with a scientific background - but without virology, epidemiology, immunology, or much else in the way of life sciences.
IT IS NOT MEDICAL ADVICE. It's just a lightly-curated set of links that might be useful to anyone trying to understand the COVID-19 pandemic.
The distinctions between "news", "articles", and "papers" are fuzzy, but they're something along these lines: if it's in the Washington Post, New York Times, etc., then it's news. If it's science piece that can be read and understood by the general public, it's an article. If it's a higher level of science that requires domain-specific expertise to understand, it's a paper. These are (like the pirate's code) more guidelines than rules.
If there is any utility to this site, then credit should go to the people I've been reading. In random order:
All mistakes are mine, not theirs.
I've made a concerted effort to avoid publishing pseudo-science, conspiracy theories, etc., but that doesn't mean that something hasn't made it past me. If so, or if you find duplicates, typos, or anything else that doesn't look like right, then contact the webmaster.