This paper presents a new data set collected on representative samples across 6 countries: China, South Korea, Japan, Italy, the UK and the four largest states in the US. The information collected relates to work and living situations, income, behavior (such as social-distancing, hand-washing and wearing a face mask), beliefs about the Covid 19 pandemic and exposure to the virus, socio-demographic characteristics and pre-pandemic health characteristics. (The data can be accessed here.)
Recommended citation: Michèle Belot, Syngjoo Choi, Julian C. Jamison, Nicholas W. Papageorge, Egon Tripodi, Eline van den Broek-Altenburg, Six-Country Survey on Covid-19, on: Covid-19 Research Conduit (May 2020), URL: http://www.covid-19-research-conduit.org/2020/05/06/six-country-survey-on-covid-19/.
SafeGraph had made its aggregated foot traffic data available for free to help combat the spread of COVID-19. Data includes foot traffic on every commercial place in the U.S. and Canada and also foot traffic within census block groups. You can access the data by filling out a form here.
This collection lists studies and projects that track policy responses to COVID-19 as well as data sets.
By O*net based on survey data of working conditions and sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor/Employment and Training Administration.
Downloadable from Our World in Data.
Analysis by the Bank of Italy about which occupations face the greatest risk. (In Italian, summary in English).
The course of the epidemic: can be found here on github.
A critical review here. False positives are a big issue for this type of test.
Oxford’s Blavatnik School of Government is tracking government responses to Covid-19 on a by country basis. The data is downloadable in several formats and there is a working paper describing how it is collected and what it means.