Using a combination of search terms* for what is currently known as Coronavirus (COVID-19), Science.gov has provided a link off its homepage that the public can use to quickly access federally-funded research on the COVID-19 disease.
Upon linking to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) research results, users can access freely available peer-reviewed literature (journal articles and accepted manuscripts) using the Public Access tab in the search results. Citations and other types of research, such as scientific and technical reports may be found by way of the Text tab.
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*Search terms and quick link query: "Coronavirus" OR "2019-nCoV" OR "2019nCoV" OR "COVID-19" OR "SARS-CoV-2"