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Faculty, Health, welfare and well-being

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Words of wisdom from COVID-19 experts around the world

Not everyone knows that behind the Oxford COVID-19 Government Response Tracker, there are hundreds of trained volunteers contributing from all around the world. They all meet virtually every Thursday and during these calls, we hear directly from influential guest speakers – here are our top takeaways from these sessions.

by × 19 May 2021 ×

Faculty, Health, welfare and well-being

International travel restrictions: a snapshot of policies across 17 countries

International travel restrictions: a snapshot of policies across 17 countries

Looking to board a flight? With travel landscapes constantly reshaped by changing conditions, like Europe’s third wave and increasing vaccine rollout, understanding the similarities and differences across travel policies is critical.

by × 28 April 2021 ×

Faculty, Health, welfare and well-being

Greg Abbott, Governor of Texas

With a fourth wave looming, many US states are dropping pandemic policy measures

March was a big month for COVID-19 policies in the US. The one-year anniversary of the pandemic was marked by vaccination rollouts, the settling in of new federal leadership, and—in some states—the dramatic loosening of COVID-19 restrictions. More than ten states announced the lifting of various existing restrictions in the […]

by × 30 March 2021 ×

Faculty, Governance, cooperation and law, Health, welfare and well-being

What we learned from tracking every COVID-19 policy in the world

What we learned from tracking every COVID-19 policy in the world

In March 2020, as COVID-19 swept around the globe, my colleagues and I began debating the bewildering new measures popping up around the world with our master’s students in a politics of policymaking class at the Blavatnik School of Government at Oxford University. We had a lot of questions. Why […]

by × 25 March 2021 ×