The Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic took everyone by surprise throughout the world. People and public institutions were forced to readapt their routines and expectations. The Judiciary, faithful to its mission to pacify conflicts uninterrupted, as mandated by the Constitution, was no exception, as there has been an actual productivity increase by courts in the country during this period. In the turmoil of the crisis, the Federal Supreme Court fulfilled its constitutional duties and worked, once again, as a focal point in terms of judicial and democratic security. Invested in this role, the Court was able to produce decisions of the utmost importance to the institutions of the country. Some of those decisions are described in the following pages, dedicated to guaranteeing disclosure of the Court’s activities during this unique period. (…) In practical terms, by the end of September 2020 (six months after the beginning of the pandemic in Brazil), there were more than 6.000 decisions cataloged. Concerning concentrated constitutionality control cases alone, there were 138 regarding Covid-19 related themes. Also, there was 4.030 habeas corpus, regarding people’s right to freedom, and 717 constitutional complaints, a type of demand designed to overrule an administrative or judicial legal act that does not heed to a Supreme Court precedent. The Case Law Compilation on Covid-19 represents a landmark in terms of implementing the “2030 Agenda” in the Federal Supreme Court. Administrative measures were adopted so the Court can grant priority to cases aligned with the “Sustainable Development Goals” (SDGs) of the “2030 Agenda”. In this compendium, the proceedings that are related to the SDGs received a visual highlight, which means that this classification is indexed in the judicial database.