Everywhere around the world, Covid-19 is changing the we live as individuals but also as members of society. Faced with a deadly pandemic, governments, but also private companies and civil society, have taken unprecedented measures to curb the spread of SARS-CoV-2. How are these decisions made? Who makes them? And how are people and their representatives informed and involved? These are fundamental questions for the sustainability and effectiveness of Covid-19 societies but also for the post-Covid-19 societies and health systems that will, one day, emerge.
The Covid-19 governance mapping project is a collaborative project that documents responses to Covid-19 around the world. It complements great initiatives on the tracking of Covid-19, the stringency of measures taken, and the responses of health system. Our dedicated team of researchers, helped by collaborators from around the world, is rigorously following the situation in many countries.
We collect and curate publicly available data and make available to everyone. You can navigate our data below, and also explore our thematic analyses.
Any missing data or inaccuracy? It is your chance to tell us and collaborate to the project. Email: covid19-governance-SPS@ed.ac.uk