As the CoVID-19 pandemic spreads across Europe and the world, in response the European Academy of Neurology is launching EANcore CoVID-19. This resource aims to help neurologists in Europe and beyond prepare for and manage the challenges this global crisis is bringing. In several European countries, this crisis has already stressed health care systems to their limits, whereas in others preparations are ongoing and the wave of infected patients is building. To support neurologists, EANcore CoVID-19 will provide up-to-date information on the pandemic, collate emerging data on neurological complications, publish reports from front-line doctors, the latest research, breaking news, and more, all to access in just one place. EANcore CoVID-19 is accessible for members and non-members of EAN to support the fight against the greatest global health care challenge of the last century.

Tim J von Oertzen, MD, FRCP, FEAN        
Web editor-in-chief        

Thomas M Jenkins, MBChB MRCP PhD
EANpages editor-in-chief

on behalf of the EANcore CoVID-19 Task Force

Covid-19 Statistic

19 097 149 cases Worldwide
714 940 deaths Worldwide
2 984 979 cases Europe
11 545 401 recovered Worldwide
6 836 808 currently ill Worldwide


Frontline Report: COVID-19 in Brazil: Current situation and the road ahead

Brazil has the second highest number of cases of COVID-19 in the world, facing more than 1,000 deaths per day. However, due to underreporting among many regions in the country, the actual numbers are unknown. 

COVID-19 – RRFS representative report: Switzerland

Please tell us about your experience with the current COVID-19 pandemic in your hospital?

As in most hospitals, the current pandemic has had a significant impact on how the hospital is operated. The Department of Neurology was organised according to the following priorities: 1.) Accident & Emergency and Stroke Unit, 2.) Ward, 3.) Outpatient Clinic and Neurophysiology Units.

Reflections of a medical student on the consequences and measures implemented at Grenoble-Alpes Medical School in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic

The arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic in my French region and also in Grenoble has radically changed how teaching classes have been organised in our Grenoble Alpes University Medical School.

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