Below are some potential places to look as you do your COVID-19 research papers. In the lefthand column are some journals that you can browse to find articles. They might be a good place to start your research as you are trying to narrow down a topic. Below that are citation guides to APA and ASA format.
In the center are some article databases in sociology, psychology, health and medicine, and social work. Please note that the top link in this section is to something called SocArXiV, which is an open access archive containing what are called "preprints" - research that has not yet gone through the peer-review process. Because COVID-19 is so new, there may not yet be a huge quantity of published articles on the topic. So, if you are looking for articles specifically on COVID, SocArXiv is probably your best bet. More traditional published articles, by contrast, will contain good contextual or background information on social issues related to health and medicine.
If you are struggling to decide if an article you've chosen is a scholarly source, feel free to view the tutorial at the bottom of the center column.
Finally, if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to me - my contact information is at the top right. Best of luck with your research this semester.