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First clinical data on COVID-19 published in South Africa
This journal offers the first clinical data on COVID-19 published in (South) Africa. In this issue many aspects of this viral pandemic in South Africa, from the clinical to ethical and also the social dynamics of its impact are reviewed and information and direction is provided for health-care professionals in South Africa.
Rapid Reviews: COVID-19
Rapid Reviews: COVID-19 is an open access, rapid-review overlay journal that will accelerate peer review of COVID-19-related research and deliver real-time, verified scientific information that policymakers and health leaders can use.
Electronic journals that are always freely available
Many Berghahn Journals are open access. Subjects include Anthropology, Peace and Conflict Studies, History and others.
The Royal Society has removed all access controls on their journals for the time being. “We want to support our librarian and researcher communities, and understand that people may be working remotely for some time. We do not want access issues to impede any work for our end users during this time.” Go to: https://royalsociety.org/journals/#listing You can also watch their new video.
EDP Sciences decided to open their journals content from 2018-2020 so it is freely available for all to read until the end of August 2020.
The American Economic Association is providing open access to all journal content on the AEA website through June 2020 to overcome any difficulties some may have accessing library subscriptions during these challenging times.
IWA (International Water Association) Publishing is making all its journal content free to access online. There are over 37 000 articles across 15 journals that can be read and downloaded free of charge, without the need for login credentials or an existing subscription until May 31st, 2020.
Portland Press, publisher of the Biochemical Society, is suspending paywalls on all content published across their seven journals until further notice.