Social Sciences & HumanitiesCoronoavirus & Society - We are open to any topic that falls into the field of social science or humanities research, and we welcome all perspectives on these topics. APC waived if submitted before 30 April 2020Call for papers
AUB Global Health InstituteSpecial Call for Articles: The State of Health in the Post-Beirut Blast EraOngoingCall for Articles
Journal of Migration and HealthCall for papers - Special issue on Migration and Covid-1930 June 2021Call for papers
Identities: Global Studies in Culture and PowerCall for expert commentaries on the dynamics between displaced migration and COVID-19OngoingIdentities Blog
Conflict and HealthEnhancing disease surveillance and response: community-based surveillance among crisis-affected populationsOngoingCall for Papers
PLoS Global Public HealthA new Open Access journal for diverse research addressing global public health challenges and inequities.OngoingSubmit here
Infectious Diseases of Poverty (BMC)Transmission patterns and control of COVID-19 epidemicCommentaries on the Coronavirus Pandemic
American Psychological Association COVID-19 and Rural Mental Health Challenges and OpportunitiesCall for papers
The LancetA planetary health perspective on COVID-19: a call for papersCall for papers
Sexual Health and Reproductive Rights MatterSexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in the era of Covid-19Call for papers
ElsevierCall For Papers for a Special Issue of World Development on “Pandemics, COVID19, and Sustainability and Development”Call for papers
Global Health and Research PolicyThe Governance of New Coronavirus Pandemic: Bridging Research and Policy, to share with the public the latest knowledge on the disease. The editorial office is dedicated to process the submissions with high priority.

The APCs will be covered by Global Health Institute of Wuhan University, no charge to authors.
The Governance of New Coronavirus Pandemic: Bridging Research and Policy
Journal of Migration and HealthSpecial Articles on Migration and Covid-19Special Articles on Migration and Covid-19