In this post, we present the current focus of the COVID-19 literature, based on publications registered in PubMed as published from July 4th to August 2nd.

The analysis is based on 8188 publications, which gave 897 keywords that appear in 5 or more manuscripts, that divide into 7 clusters.

To open the map directly in VOSviewer, please use the Keyword co-occurrence MAP and NET files from August, available through the Open Science Foundation (OSF) repository:

Cluster 1 Cluster 2 Cluster 3 Cluster 4 Cluster 5 Cluster 6 Cluster 7
adolescent animals risk factor public health covid-19 vaccines rna, viral pregnancy
children ace2 aged, 80 and over epidemiology vaccination covid-19 testing cardiovascular diseases
anxiety inflammation hospitalization health personnel vaccine real time polymerase chain reaction pregnancy complications, infectious
mental health spike glycoprotein, coronavirus mortality health policy antibody covid-19 nucleic acid testing elderly
depression antibodies, viral severity of illness index infectious diseases cancer nasopharynx health care
communicable disease control antiviral agents prognosis viruses thrombosis saliva modeling
infant cytokines intensive care units infection control healthcare workers covid-19 serological testing immune system
stress antibodies, neutralizing time factors infection vaccine hesitancy mass screening infectious disease transmission, vertical
telemedicine mice comorbidity respiratory infections safety immunoassay placenta
lockdown lung biomarkers global health diagnosis specimen handling premature birth
disease outbreaks immunity risk assessment socioeconomic factors serology rna cesarean section
quarantine antibodies, monoclonal treatment outcome delivery of health care treatment antigens, viral ontario
exercise chlorocebus aethiops age factors policy immunology reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction wound healing
attitude vero cells hospital mortality communication neoplasms early diagnosis pathology
quality of life cytokine release syndrome obesity zoonosis myocarditis screening neurology