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CoronaSurveys

The CoronaSurveys project is a collaborative endeavour between several universities, research institutions and independent volunteers that aims to collect and publish data related to the COVID-19 pandemic in different countries


They need your help! CoronaSurveys has a crowdfunding campaign to investigate the spread of COVID-19 and its variants in Low and Middle Income Countries (LMICs).

CoronaSurveys Presentation

Description of the Study:

  • Title: CoronaSurveys.
  • Principal Investigador: Antonio Fernandez Anta.
  • Co-Investigators: Amanda García-García, Antonio Ortega, Carlos Baquero, Chryssis Georgiou, Davide Frey, Ednaldo José Ferreira, Elisa Cabana, Harold A. Hernández Roig, Nicolas Nicolaou, Paolo Casari, Paul Patras, Raquel Menezes, Rosa Elvira Lillo Rodriguez, et. al.
  • Study Population: Everyone is eligible to participate.
  • Design: Data about the COVID-19 pandemic has been collected since March 2020 via anonymous open surveys (all the data collected is openly available).
  • Methods: Using the Network Scale-up Method, these data allow estimates of the incidence and evolution of COVID-19 to be produced.

Objectives of the Study:

Principal Objective: To collect and publish data on the COVID-19 pandemic in different countries to estimate multiple parameters of the pandemic and its evolution between countries, in combination with other data sources.

More about the Study:

Scientific Context: The world is experiencing a pandemic called COVID-19, caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus. With limited availability of testing and other resources, national and local governments may have difficulty assessing the extent and evolution of the epidemic. Hence, any means of assessing the evolution of the pandemic and its impact with a reasonable level of accuracy is useful.

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