The COVID-19 pandemic led to a plethora of policy responses in the United States, not only at federal level, but also across all levels of US state policy to first eliminate and later mitigate the COVID-19 pandemic spreading across the nation.

The following reports provide an overview of the key policy decisions taken to manage the transmission of COVID-19 and protect public health in 12 US states using data from the Oxford COVID-19 Government Response Tracker (OxCGRT).

The reports examine key policy decisions made and although patterns follow a similar trend, individual states implemented different levels of policy stringency and time lines for easing restrictions.

Summaries of State-Specific Government Response to Covid-19 in the US 2020/2021: