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Communication on the Global EU response to COVID -19 1 I Introduction The coronavirus outbreak has evolved into a global pandemic It has killed tens of thousands of people straining communities increasing calls for social protection shrinking business activity and disrupting supply chains Its consequences will be profound Having appeared first in China the pandemic has now spread in COVID-19: Community Response Leer en espaol Dear fellow activists and allies During these challenging times with the WHO declaring coronavirus a global pandemic on 11 March GATE would like to offer our solidarity with trans gender diverse and intersex activists and community members across the globe The WHO has released guidelines and answers to FAQ relating to COVID-19 for staying

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UIS COVID-19 Response: Data to Inform Policies that Mitigate Setbacks in Education Gains Share 08/04/2020 Find out more on UNESCO-led and UIS-supported initiatives in the COVID-19 education response Since the first cases were identified the coronavirus outbreak has grown into a health crisis of global proportions that threatens lives and containment measures that disrupt our ways of

How data is supporting the COVID-19 response Information is critical to the response to COVID-19 Key pieces of data extracted from health and care settings combined with information provided by patients themselves will be used in new ways to care for people and help the NHS and social care to better understand and respond to the virus

States Use Race and Ethnicity Data to Identify Disparities and Inform their COVID-19 Responses April 13 2020 / in COVID-19 Blogs Featured News Home Accountable Health COVID-19 Health Equity Population Health Social Determinants of Health / by Carrie Hanlon and Elinor Higgins The COVID-19 pandemic is shining a light on well-established racial disparities in health care access and quality

ABS COVID-19 STATEMENTS Australian Statistician Interview: The race for real-time pandemic data - The Conversation 4 June 2020 New mortality statistics and other information to measure COVID-19 impacts 27 May 2020 ABS exploring new data sources to inform official statistics in response to COVID-19 22 May 2020

Bringing Data to COVID-19 Share: By Doug Merritt March 14 2020 Partners including Herc Rentals are using Splunk TV to inform their response to COVID-19 For example a Splunk champion at the UK's National Health Service built this dashboard to pull in UK information This now makes it possible to track cases at a local level that help organizations understand data trends in a very

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On March 13 2020 the president of the United States declared a national emergency in response to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic (1) With reports of laboratory-confirmed cases in all 50 states by that time (2) disruptions were anticipated in the U S health care system's ability to continue providing routine preventive and other nonemergency care

Handwashing data to inform the COVID-19 response WHO/UNICEF Joint Programme for Water Supply Sanitation and Hygiene Pre-COVID-19 Hygiene Baselines Regional Profiles May 2020 Washing hands frequently and properly with soap and water is critical to preventing diseases Yet the latest global estimates find that 3 billion people lacked soap and water at home 900 million children lacked soap

This dashboard does not represent the totality of COVID-19 related data or information used by public health officials When submitting their Safe Start applications counties provide additional information including their ability to prevent or respond to outbreaks The state is continuing to refine and update its systems for collecting compiling and reporting data This dashboard will link

08 04 2020Cases of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) are escalating rapidly across the globe with the mortality risk being especially high among those with existing illness and multimorbidity This study aimed to synthesize evidence for the role and response of palliative care and hospice teams to viral epidemics/pandemics and inform the COVID-19 pandemic response We conducted a rapid

24 03 2020Rapid Response to COVID-19: Health Informatics Support for Outbreak Management in an Academic Health System Reeves JJ(1) Hollandsworth HM(1) Torriani FJ(2) Taplitz R(2) Abeles S(2) Tai-Seale M(3) Millen M(4) Clay BJ(4) Longhurst CA(4) Author information: (1)Department of Surgery University of California San Diego 9300 Campus Point Drive MC7400 La Jolla CA USA

The Digital Office for Scottish Local Government has set up cross-sector data taskforce to support the response to the Covid-19 pandemic It has called for councils to become involved in the group and said it will also include representatives from the Scottish Government public health academia and the third and private sectors The group will aim to identify create and share data tools and

DATE: May 21 2020 TO: USAID Acting Administrator John Barsa FROM: USAID Inspector General Ann Calvaresi Barr /s/ SUBJECT: Key Questions To Inform USAID's COVID-19 Response On January 30 2020 the World Health Organization (WHO) declared aPublic Health Emergency of International Concern for the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 (COVID- 19) outbreak that began in the People's

Facebook Data for Good has a number of tools and initiatives that can help organizations respond to the COVID-19 pandemic This includes: Symptom map to track and show COVID-19 symptoms through academic partnerships Publicly available tools: (1) High Resolution Population Density Maps and (2) CrowdTangle COVID-19 Live Displays Tools for nonprofits researchers: (1) Disease []

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race and ethnicity data continues to accurately captured and utilized to respond to the disparities and inform change II Conduct a thorough analysis of all available data using a cross-cultural research method to examine the social cultural and systemic factors contributing to differences and disparities in COVID-19 related outcomes The COVID-19 Equity Response Team members will use cross

COVID-19 Response – Initial outreach should include the owners and operators of community lifelines and critical infrastructure businesses Use the economic profile of your community to inform targeted data-driven outreach to industry associations hamberc s of commerce and small businesses COVID-19 Recovery – Outreach should include representatives from response plus local economic

ABS COVID-19 STATEMENTS Australian Statistician Interview: The race for real-time pandemic data - The Conversation 4 June 2020 New mortality statistics and other information to measure COVID-19 impacts 27 May 2020 ABS exploring new data sources to inform official statistics in response to COVID-19 22 May 2020

The COVID-19 Mobility Data Network is composed of infectious disease epidemiologists at universities around the world using aggregated mobility data to support the COVID-19 response of governments They also provide a visualization that includes the Staying Put Percentage updated daily to guide decision-makers around the world

On March 13 2020 the president of the United States declared a national emergency in response to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic (1) With reports of laboratory-confirmed cases in all 50 states by that time (2) disruptions were anticipated in the U S health care system's ability to continue providing routine preventive and other nonemergency care

Bloomberg Philanthropies is accelerating the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic with initiatives including the COVID-19 Local Response Initiative and the COVID-19 Global Response Initiative and is making investments in cities like New York and London To date Bloomberg Philanthropies has given $331 million to help fight the virus and to support many of our partners who are facing

Physician-Researcher Analyzes Data to Inform COVID-19 Public Policy Reports developed by an associate professor of public health helped inform Arizona policymakers during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic Stacy Pigott University of Arizona Health Sciences April 16 2020 Resources for the Media Extra Info: For the latest on the University of Arizona response to the novel

Adding a module to an existing survey in order to track COVID-19 exposure or response Adding a treatment arm that may support communities' resiliency in response to COVID-19 Anonymizing curating and sharing already-collected data quickly so that it can be used for decision-making by the humanitarian community or

EU countries collecting personal data as part of their COVID-19 response will be required to comply with the GDPR (as well as their own laws) For example Italy's data protection authority the Garante adopted a decree addressing the intersection between the GDPR and COVID-19 the need for processing special categories of personal data and how some data protection rights could be

A number of snafus slowed the manufacture of COVID-19 test kits in the United States which has hurt the ability of public health officials to develop a data-driven plan to attacking its spread But lately it appears that the number of people who have been exposed to the novel coronavirus and didn't have any symptoms is possibly much greater than public health officials have been assuming

COVID-19 Response – Initial outreach should include the owners and operators of community lifelines and critical infrastructure businesses Use the economic profile of your community to inform targeted data-driven outreach to industry associations hamberc s of commerce and small businesses COVID-19 Recovery – Outreach should include representatives from response plus local economic

INFORM COVID-19 Risk Index Version 0 1 2 This dataset is part of COVID-19 Pandemic The INFORM COVID-19 Risk Index is a composite index that identifies: "countries at risk from health and humanitarian impacts of COVID-19 that could overwhelm current national response capacity and therefore lead to a need for additional international assistance"