COVID-19 Resources & Response

The COVID-19 Pandemic is one of the most significant zoonotic events in human history.  In addition to the devastating loss of human life, the pandemic has profoundly disrupted economies, altered how we emotionally interact and comfort each other, and pushed disease modelers and other researchers to find solutions that will help policy makers and civic and industrial leaders guide us in an uncertain world.

 

The CEID is committed to creating and disseminating world-class models that demonstrate where the pandemic is spreading, and why. Our COVID-19 Portal houses these models, which are updated daily by the Coronavirus Working Group. As our research continues, we will update this portal with the forecasts and analysis that will help guide us through the COVID-19 pandemic and safeguard against future emerging disease threats.

 

Please contact us if we can be a resource, if you have questions about our research, or if you’re interested in how you can support research on COVID-19 and emerging infectious diseases.

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Drake: America Needs a National Center for Infectious Disease Intelligence

In an opinion piece published in The Hill, CEID Director John Drake made the case that the time is now to establish a national center for infectious disease intelligence to monitor trends and provide real-time interpretation of outbreak data through modeling, biostatistics, and data science. Read the article, here.

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Coronavirus Tracker Shows Epidemic Holding Steady

The CEID Coronavirus Tracker  available in the COVID-19 Portal is an interactive visualization tool that displays up to date data about the number of cases, hospitalizations, and deaths due to COVID-19 in the United States and globally. UGA researchers and numerous external stakeholders use the tracker to understand how the SARS-CoV-2 virus […]

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Ask Me Anything with Dr. John Drake

CEID Director John Drake discusses models built by the Coronavirus Working Group, and answers audience questions about the trajectory of the virus, the importance of modeling, and work being done at UGA and around the world. […]

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