Open access publications on COVID-19 include Lancet, Nature, NEJM, JAMA, JID, CID and others
27 March 2020. Related: COVID-19: research studies, COVID-19: on the web, COVID-19.
Over the last three months, hundreds of papers on all aspects of COVID-19 have been published, with most leading journals allowing open access to this research.
It is a very helpful example that the COVID-19 pandemic is of such global importance that many leading medical journals are making most or all of these key papers available as open access.
Links to selected journals are below.
A search on the Lancet journals in the title of papers or articles in the last three months included more that 250 with COVID-19 in the title and a similar number when searching for coronavirus (many of these may be the same papers).
The Nature website includes more than 130 publications reports and letters, compiled from a range of publications which also seem open access.
Home pages for more than 40 papers, editorials and correspondence relating to CoV-2, including many reporting data from China.
The JAMA network of medical journals already includes 130 papers and related articles.
Oxford academic journals: including JID, CID, IDSA and HIV medicine association journals
The publishers of Journal of Infectious Diseases (JID) and Clinical Infections Diseases (CID) have more than 180 papers related COVID-19 which also appear to be open access.