Covid 19
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PRINCETON FOUNDATION HEALTHCARE INITIAITVE
COVID RELIEF AND NEXT STEPS: HEAL THE HUMANITY

 

The unprecedented speed and scale of Covid pandemic continues to ravage the world. As the first step to meet these challenges, Princeton Foundation shipped a significant amount of medical supplies generously donated by various organizations in US including Harvard. The shipment was organized in collaboration with Government of India and Maersk Shipping Corporation who provided pro bono international shipment for these philanthropic supplies.

​We are now expanding these endeavors to strengthen healthcare systems across the world bringing together cross functional stakeholders including hospitals, healthcare workers, policy makers, supply chain management, patient advocacy groups, and corporations through their Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives. 

 

​Please see the details here and join our "Heal the Humanity" endeavors to strengthen healthcare systems across the world.

 

Pandemics are inevitable, destruction is not. ​

World health organization coronavirus disease situation dashboard presents official daily counts of covid-19 cases and deaths worldwide, along with vaccination rates and other vaccination data, while providing a hub to other resources.

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New England Journal of Medicine, the most prestigious medical journal provides collection of articles and other resources on the coronavirus (covid-19) outbreak, including clinical reports, management guidelines, and commentary.

LITCOVID
 
The most comprehensive collection of international research papers so far on the new coronavirus disease covid-19.  Developed with the support of the US National Institutes of Health, LITCOVID is updated daily with newly published articles. The aim is to provide timely insight from the scientific literature into the biology of the virus and the diagnosis and management of those who have been infected.

 

The articles are categorized by topic — overview, disease mechanism, transmission dynamics, treatment, case report and epidemic forecasting — as well as by geographic location for visualization on a world map.

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LATEST RECOMMENDATIONS AND GUIDELINES FROM THE CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION, USA.