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Les jeux de données, les initiatives, les rapports et les articles les plus pertinents et les plus actuels sur la COVID-19 sont sélectionnés et décrits plus en détail. Ils sont rédigés sous forme d'éditoriaux que le public peut rechercher.
This is the final publication of the European Data Portal for COVID-19 editorial team. In this story, a summary of the insights gained and our key learnings from writing the data stories are discussed. Read more
The rapid spread of the virus and the special care that critical patients need put a major pressure on the European healthcare system. Not every European country was adequately prepared to handle this crisis. Read more
Global financial markets have been severely disrupted by COVID-19. After a steep drop in March 2020, markets showed unexpected patterns in the following months. In this data story, the European Data Portal addresses the impacts of COVID-19 on the financial markets by referring to the trends witnessed in this period Read more
The global school closures over the last few months, as an attempt to contain the contagion, affected more than a billion children worldwide. Luckily, education did not grind to a halt, but it transformed and moved online. However, this also highlighted socio-economic differences as internet access and the need of suitable technology. Read more
COVID-19 measures around the world disrupted the economy, but also positively impacted the environment as slowing industrial activity reduced its CO2 emissions. In this data story, the European Data Portal examines how CO2 emissions from industries, in particular the energy industry, changed due to COVID-19. Read more
This data story focuses on the fluctuations in employment and the measures that have been taken to support workers in need. Furthermore, a closer look is given on how the crisis is likely to permanently change the labour market after the crisis. Read more
The sudden arrival of COVID-19 required countries to rapidly develop their strategies for viral containment. One of the key elements of any response strategy - particularly when reopening countries - is widespread testing. However, the importance of testing was not universally recognised since the start of COVID-19. How did countries’ perspectives on testing change over time? And what can we learn from this for future outbreaks? Read more
In the new phase of the pandemic, the world is taking its first steps in loosening the restrictive measures, while trying to make sure that social distancing can always be achieved. This created difficulties for the public transportation systems, as they can get very crowded. Some guidelines are set up to support policymakers and citizens to adjust according to the new situation. Also, some alternatives to the use of cars and public transportation are provided, assisted by data-related initiatives. Read more
The current COVID-19 crisis has led to national quarantines and global travel bans, bringing international travel to a standstill. These measures are expected to have a long lasting and destructive effect on international tourism. In this data story, our editorial team discusses the importance of the tourism industry to national economies, the impact that COVID-19 will most likely have, and the national and European measures that are implemented to mitigate the effect of the economic crisis. Read more
The Coronavirus led many countries to implement restrictive measures such as national quarantines and the closing of workplaces, triggering a severe economic crisis. This story takes a closer look at the existing global financial and healthcare infrastructure, but also at new financial measures taken by national and European institutions. Read more
The restrictive measures taken by European governments lead to a sharp decrease of air and road traffic. European data-driven insights indicate that the reduction of traffic may be associated with improved air quality thanks to the reduction in some pollutants. However, more data is needed to conclude a causal relationship. Read more