International Journal of Coronaviruses

International Journal of Coronaviruses

International Journal of Coronaviruses

Open Access & Peer-Reviewed

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On April 23, 2020, the International Journal of Coronaviruses (IJCV) was launched, in response to the outbreak of a virulent new respiratory illness known as COVID-19. Researchers, physicians, and scientists face unprecedented circumstances as they strive to overcome this pandemic.
In support of these health professionals, IJCV was created to disseminate the latest research and information about COVID-19 from around the globe. Furthermore, the journal is making leading research and entries from its major references openly available, in an effort to enable the diagnosis, treatment, prevention, and continued investigation of this disease and similar viral respiratory infections.

Submission Process:

Authors are encouraged to submit their articles via our Online Manuscript Submission System. If you experience any difficulty using the online form, you can alternatively send your submission to [email protected] as an attachment. If you need assistance, please feel free to use our live chat function, located at the bottom left of the page.


Significance of IJCV:

Much of 2020 has been dominated by news and discussion of the Coronavirus pandemic. As governments frantically work to get the virus under control, research into new developments and treatments has been one of the major aspects of their efforts. 

IJCV allows everyone to easily view the current state of research and the results of past studies, providing a greater understanding of the virus and the potential treatments and preventative measures.
In addition, an IJCV is useful for conducting secondary research, as it provides a comprehensive overview of current and past research. It can provide a good starting point for internet searches and give insight into which areas are the most thoroughly studied and which need further attention. By familiarizing ourselves with the literature on the virus, we can better coordinate our efforts to protect our health and safety.

IJCV is also important for researchers who are working on developing treatments for the virus. Knowledge of the current state of research and the potential for new treatments can help them develop better strategies for combating the virus.
It is clear that a Coronavirus Journal can be an extremely useful tool, both for researchers and for laypersons interested in learning more about the virus and staying up to date on the latest research and developments. Keeping such a journal is the first step in understanding and controlling the virus. Compiling and updating a Coronavirus Journal can help everyone stay informed and help researchers conduct quality research.


Aim of IJCV:

The International Journal of Coronaviruses (IJCV) aims to provide scientific and medical professionals, public health workers, and the general public with updated, accurate, and authoritative information on all facets of Coronaviruses. The journal emphasizes the dissemination of insights and best practices for understanding, diagnosing, treating, and preventing the transmission of Coronaviruses from humans to animals and from animals to humans and vice-versa. The journal is devoted to disseminating and providing evidence-based knowledge to improve clinical and public attitudes about the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of Coronaviruses.


Scope of IJCV:

The journal publishes original research articles, reviews, and letters-to-the-editor that focus on the scientific, medical, biological, and public health aspects of human, animal and plant-infecting coronaviruses. Specifically, the journal focuses on the epidemiology, underlying genetic basis, vaccine development and therapeutic responses to the pathogenic nature of coronaviruses. Contributions to this journal may include areas such as cell biology, pathology and biochemistry, as well as reviews on areas such as treatment and therapy, immunology and immunotherapy, diagnostics, epidemiology and public health and diagnostics. Additionally, the journal provides a platform to discuss international trends in the field.

The remaining Scope can be viewed at Aim and Scope 


Guide for submitting an article:

Manuscript template: Title, List of authors, their affiliations and email addresses, Abstract, Introduction, Main body, Results and discussion, Conclusions, Acknowledgments (optional), References.

Formatting guidelines can be found in Instructions for Authors


Article Processing Charge:

IJCV operates independently and is not backed by any agencies. Consequently, the financial burden of running the journal is shouldered by authors who are charged with processing fees. Processing fees are charged in order to maintain operations. 



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