Project

Evidence, Policy and Interventions for Covid-19 Tracker

This project aims to provide an inventory of public health, economic, social, and community measures taken to respond to COVID-19 in all countries.

Date Published
26 Apr 2020
Expected Start Date
13 Apr 2020
Expected End Date
31 Aug 2022
Project Type
Research
Project Status
Active

The UNU Epic Tracker seeks to be an inventory of the public health, economic, social, and community measures taken to respond to COVID-19 across all countries. Uniquely to the EPIC Tracker, these measures include government policies and public sector interventions that aim to control COVID-19, as well measures to mitigate the indirect impacts of the pandemic response, impacts which are felt across all levels of society.

A living platform, the EPIC Tracker will be regularly updated to include new policies, to reflect country responses, and to integrate other sources of data. Coordinated by UNU-IIGH, the EPIC tracker seeks voluntary contributions from both experts and non-experts from across the world and in several languages. UNU-IIGH will curate and validate entries to ensure the tracker is a reliable data source. 

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