Two Weeks of “COVID-19” Search on PubMed.gov

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Antonio Liu

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search, PubMed.gov, COVID-19

Abstract

Background and aim: Letter to Editor, report the amount of literature generated over two weeks on PubMed.gov related to COVID-19


Methods: reporting the daily number of “hits” from “COVID-19” search on PubMed.gov


Results: There were 66988 entries on PubMed.gov on the search word “COVID-19” on October 24, 2020. The average daily increase in number of entries was 335.


Conclusions: point out the fact that the literature volume is increasing in an exponential manner (www.actabiomedica.it)

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