Brazil’s COVID-19 policy response

The project extends the Blavatnik School's coronavirus government response tracker to assess public policy responses to COVID-19 for different levels of government in Brazil.

Extending the data from the Blavatnik School's Oxford COVID-19 Government Response Tracker to Brazilian states and cities, this project examines how Brazilian subnational COVID-19 response policies have affected mobility and citizen behaviour, and assesses the risk of openness in each subnational jurisdiction and their response alongside WHO criteria.

O projeto examina as políticas de resposta à COVID-19 adotadas pelo governo federal, pelos estados e por mais de 50 cidades brasileiras, com base no sistema de codificação Oxford COVID-19 Government Response Tracker.

Os dados são atualizados em tempo real e estão disponíveis gratuitamente no GitHub do projeto, juntamente com informações detalhadas em português sobre.


The Oxford COVID-19 Government Response Tracker’s Brazil subnational data and its indices for the federal government, state governments, and governments of more than 50 cities are freely available online. The Tracker subnational data for Brazil is updated in real time and will be continuously refined and improved throughout the crisis. The project is run in partnership with Rio de Janeiro’s EBAPE-FGV, the University of São Paulo, and the State University of Pará.

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Full Brazilian subnational level data

Data use policy: Creative Commons Attribution CC BY standard. This data is provided free of charge. However, please consider contributing to the COVID-19 Fund for the World Health Organisation. You can also find out more about supporting the work of the Blavatnik School of Government.

For media enquiries or interview requests in English, please contact Giulia Biasibetti.

Acknowledgements

Data is collected from public sources by a team of volunteers from across Brazil.

Contributors to the project: Aline Tognini, André Houang, Anna Paula Ferrari Matos, Bárbara Prado Simão, Beatriz Franco, Beatriz Kira, Bruna Maria da Silva Ruys, Camila Sacchetto, Carla Vila, Carlos Danquer Amaral, Carolina Martinelli, Carolina Scherer Beidacki,  Celso Antônio Coelho Júnior, Daniel Pereira Cabral, Danielle Stephanie Gomes Treider, Davi Mancebo Fernandes, Davi Romão, Dayane Ferreira, Déborah Palacio do Sacramento, Denilson Soares Gomes Junior, Elisa Codonho Premazzi, Elisangela Oliveira de Freitas, Fabiana da Silva Pereira, Felipe Natil Martins Moreira, Felipe Paiva Pinto, Gabriel de Azevedo Soyer, Guilherme Ramos, Henrique Oliveira da Motta, Hermann Fernandes Pais, Horácio Figueira de Moura Neto, Isabel Seelaender Costa Rosa, Isabela Blumm, João Ferreira Silva, João Gabriel de Paula Resende, João Pires Mattar, José Renato Venâncio Resende, Larissa Cristina Margarido, Laura Boeira, Letícia de Araújo Dias, Letícia Plaza, Liene Baptista, Luiz Eduardo Barbieri Bedendo, Luiz Guilherme Roth Cantarelli, Marcela Mello Zamudio, Maria Leticia Claro de Faria Oliveira, Maria Luciano, Marília Camargo Miyashiro, Marta Koch, Mateus Henrique Müller, Matheus Porto Lucena, Maurício Nardi Valle, Mayra Henrique de Melo, Natalia Brigagão, Natália Colvero Maraschin, Natália de Paula Moreira, Nicole Guedes Barros, Nicole Nanci, Pedro Arcain Riccetto, Pedro Ferreira Baccelli Reis, Pedro Santana Schmalz, Pollyana Lima, Ricardo Miranda Rocha Leitao, Rodrigo Furst, Tamoi Fujii, Teresa Soter Henriques, Thiago William Pereira Barcelos, Vinicius Tadeu Silvério dos Santos, Viviane de Assis Ignacio, and Walter Vinicius Ribeiro Cancelieri.