COVID LOCAL

A Frontline Guide for Local Decision-Makers

The COVID-19 pandemic is causing significant disruptions to cities and local communities globally. Given these challenges, we have developed this guide to provide a decision framework for local leaders to think through what will need to be done to help reduce the impact of the outbreak, both by reducing spread and decreasing the number of cases, but also in responding and supporting communities effectively.

Metrics for Phased Reopening

To help leaders plan for phased re-opening

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Notes from the field

COVID-Local team joins organizations and public health experts in effort to bring clarity to key metrics guiding coronavirus response

2020-07-01

The COVID-Local team has joined Harvard Global Health Institute, Harvard's Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, Rockefeller Foundation, CovidActNow, CIDRAP and other leading public health experts in an effort to offer a unified framework of clear metrics for decision making, definitions, and guidance for local leaders working to suppress... read more

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ANALYSIS AND MAPPING OF POLICIES

Helping policy makers visualize the impact of policies in the COVID response

Helping local leaders assess the impact of COVID-19 response plans and policies

The COVID Analysis and Mapping of Policies (AMP) visualization tool is a comprehensive database of policies and plans to address the COVID-19 pandemic. Decision-makers can use COVID AMP’s user-friendly interface to easily identify effective policies and plans to reduce the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

COVID AMP is part of the COVID-Local suite of free resources developed for local decision-makers who are working to keep their communities safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. The COVID AMP library includes policies and plans published by subnational governments or private and non-profit organizations, in addition to those released by national governments.