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HEALTH | 20.03.2020

Selected bibliography on coronavirus

Paloma Gómez-Luengo

Head of the Documentation Center 

The Documentation Center has selected, among its more than 150,000 bibliographic references, those that can contribute to a better understanding of how to protect ourselves against Covid-19, what its implications are for individuals, companies and public organizations, and the measures that have been adopted to contain its expansion worldwide.

Because obtaining and providing reliable information seems essential to us, we have analyzed and screened the best sources to offer you the following bibliography:


1.- World Health Organization/Unicef/IFRC –  COVID-19: preparedness & response. RCCE action plan guidance (16 march 2020)

2.- Situation report of WHO (version of 16 March 2020) 

3.- Mckinsey & Company – COVID-19: Implications for business (March 2020) 

4.- Mckinsey & Company – Responding to coronavirus: The minimum viable nerve center / by Mihir Mysore and Ophelia Usher

5.- Computer Economics, Inc. an Avasant Company – Coronavirus Impact Index by Industry / Tom Dunlap, Dave Wagner, and Frank Scavo.

6.- Fusion Risk Management – Introducing the Pandemic Readiness Toolkit – be proactive and prepare your organization for COVID-19

7.- KPMG on coronavirus

8.- Moody’s Investor Services – Heat map: Coronavirus hurts travel-driven sectors, disrupts supply chains, effects compounded with global spread

Unión Europea

1.- COVID-19: Commission presents guidelines for border measures to protect health and keep goods and essential services available.

2.- Coronavirus response.

United States

1.- The US Government – Government Response to Coronavirus, COVID-19 

2.- CNBC – S&P estimates a severe coronavirus outbreak in US could cost $90 billion in insured medical expenses

United Kingdom

1.- Insurance Age – Covid-19: ABI admits few will be covered for BI 

2.- The UK government – COVID-19: guidance for employers

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