The government’s Living With COVID-19 plan sets out how the UK will move from operating COVID-19 as an emergency response to living with the virus, where we can maintain resilience and resilience to deal with future road uncertainties. Worldwide.
This transformation is established by the success of the UK immunization program and a suite of pharmaceutical tools available in COVID-19 to treat the most at-risk or critically ill individuals. Vaccine protection and treatments have altered the risks of COVID-19 and led to greater stability.
As we move from the epidemic to the local level, COVID-19 management no longer requires the rapid deployment of specific interventions that respond to daily data changes and provide greater public health measures and guidelines in an effective and proportional manner.
This makes it possible to administer COVID-19 in the same way as other respiratory illnesses. COVID-19 will be managed through ongoing surveillance, immunization programs and strong public health messages.
In line with this approach, data from the COVID-19 dashboard will be transferred from daily to weekly reports from July 1, 2022. It follows the general reporting schedule for other respiratory infections and aligns COVID-19 reporting for England with Scotland and Wales – which already report COVID-19 data on a weekly basis.
The COVID-19 Dashboard will continue to be updated every Wednesday at 4pm with the most up-to-date available daily data on testing, cases, vaccinations, healthcare and deaths within 28 days of a positive COVID-19 test from UK countries.
This change represents further evolution of the COVID-19 dashboard, which continues to evolve step by step with the needs of the health and care sectors, policy makers, media and the public, providing a powerful and popular tool for timely and reliable COVID. -19 statistics.
The Dashboard will continue to be a core source of COVID-19 data and we are committed to providing open-source data that can be used quickly and frequently by international, national, regional and local users including major media outlets that analyze COVID and Reports. 19 statistics and trends to viewers in the UK and around the world.
Rob England, a senior journalist with the BBC News Data and Analysis team, said:
Since its first launch, the dashboard has been an important tool for monitoring and reporting local and national trends in the Covid-19 epidemic.
By bringing together all the relevant data from all countries in one place, it has made it easy for us to do a thorough analysis of the pace to keep our visitors up to date.
It also provides the much-needed context for having different metrics in addition to each other, such as cases, hospitalizations and deaths by various means – giving a more complete picture of the situation in our country.
The given APIs make the process of accessing data much easier, and visualizations allow our listeners to have a better idea of how to best communicate statistics.
Overall, Dashboard is the most intuitive government data hub I’ve had experience working with, and behind it is a hardworking and supportive team dedicated to providing an excellent public service.
The dashboard will continue to strive to increase equitable access to government public health data directly to the public. A recent report titled ‘What Counts’, published by Sense About Science, illustrates that the level of dashboard followers has changed less among groups categorized by age, qualifications and economic activity than followers of other government data. Site
A major contributing factor to reaching high levels of publicity can be attributed to the quality of engineering, statistics and user interfaces that have been created and designed in response to regular user feedback.
Public health advice and government decisions will continue to be communicated through the COVID-19 Dashboard, and we will maintain our other important surveillance capabilities for virus monitoring, including weekly COVID-19 surveillance reports and COVID-19 Infection Surveys (CIS). .
Genomic sequencing will be maintained to help us understand the evolution of the virus and identify new forms. The government also retains the basic infrastructure and capacity to scale tests if necessary. As we move forward and continue to closely monitor COVID-19, the reporting data frequency on the COVID-19 dashboard will be reviewed.