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“The latest coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19) is a disease which has affected most, if not all, countries in the world.

But, the magnitude of these impacts have varied a lot between countries – some have been very successful in limiting the spread of the disease, and in preventing deaths.

There are many reasons why some countries might have been worse-hit than others. Differences in governmental policy responses may explain some of the differences.

To understand which policies might be effective in controlling the outbreak – especially as countries move towards easing restrictions – it’s essential that we have a good dataset on the timing and stringency of responses across the world.”

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Drew (Ph.D., Materials Science)

Drew (Ph.D., Materials Science)

Hey there! I'm Drew, cofounder and editor-in-chief at 1440. Ph.D. in physics and materials science, former science advisor in the US Senate and in both the Obama and Trump administrations. @DrewFrom1440

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