COVID-19 Scopus Search Alert
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What is a search alert?
Want to be notified when a new article is published that matches your search? Set up a search alert! Search alerts will automatically rerun your search and email you new results on a schedule that you set. Set up search alerts for your area of research, journals, tables of contents, authors, and more.
Search alerts help you stay on top of the latest literature and save time!
Suggested search alert for COVID-19 (2019 Novel Coronavirus).
The following search is a basic search to use to create a search alert. For a more detailed or customized search contact your librarian.
TITLE-ABS-KEY(coronavir* OR “corona virus” OR betacoronavir* OR covid19 OR “covid 19” OR nCoV OR “CoV 2” OR CoV2 OR sarscov2 OR 2019nCoV OR “novel CoV” OR “wuhan virus”) OR (TITLE-ABS-KEY(wuhan OR hubei OR huanan) AND TITLE-ABS-KEY(“severe acute respiratory” OR pneumonia*) AND TITLE-ABS-KEY(outbreak*))
- NEW: Research articles downloadable database
- The CDC Database of COVID-19 Research Articles is now a part of the WHO COVID-19 databaseexternal icon. Our search results are now being sent to the WHO COVID-19 Databaseexternal icon to make it easier for them to be searched, downloaded, and used by researchers worldwide. The last version of the CDC COVID-19 database will be archived and remain available on this website. Please note that it has stopped updating as of October 9, 2020 and all new articles are now being integrated into the WHO COVID-19 databaseexternal icon.
- Scopus COVID-19 articles are included.
2. After performing your search, click on Set Alert.
3. Name your saved search and set your preferences for how often you would like to be updated and in what format. You can choose to be updated monthly or weekly. Click Save at the bottom of the page.
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