Some quick links on the pandemic, organized from local to global:
Pratt Institute (includes resources for students, discussion of current schedule, online teaching, and updates for the campus community).
New York City (includes factsheets, public health posters, and citywide resources, as well as current case count in the city).
New York State (includes hotline number and statewide case count organized by county).
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (nationwide public health tips and case count organized by state).
World Health Organization (FAQ, updated news on global responses).
If one of your responses to the pandemic is to curl up with a good book, here are a few titles that can provide historical perspective. (This is not even an attempt at a comprehensive bibliography, just a small selection of relevant titles.)
Alfred W. Crosby, America’s Forgotten Pandemic: The Influenza of 1918 (2003 edition).
Richard J. Evans, Death in Hamburg: Society and Politics in the Cholera Years, 1830-1910 (1987).
Suellen Hoy, Chasing Dirt: The American Pursuit of Cleanliness (1995).
Melanie Kiechle, Smell Detectives: An Olfactory History of Nineteenth Century Urban America (2017).
Martin V. Melosi, The Sanitary City: Environmental Services in Urban America from Colonial Times to the Present (2005 abridged edition, 2000 original Johns Hopkins University Press edition).
Geoffrey W. Rice, Black Flu 1918: The Story of New Zealand’s Worst Public Health Disaster (2018).
George Rosen, A History of Public Health (1993 revised expanded edition).
Charles E. Rosenberg, The Cholera Years: The United States in 1832, 1849, and 1866 (1987 edition).
Kara Murphy Schlichting, New York Recentered: Building the Metropolis from the Shore (2019).
Daniel Schneider, Hybrid Nature: Sewage Treatment and the Contradictions of the Industrial Ecosystem (2011).
Joel A. Tarr, The Search for the Ultimate Sink: Urban Pollution in Historical Perspective (1996).