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I have included today the Government Stringency Index from the site, Our World in Data, which some of you may have already explored. It is a composite measure of nine of the response metrics. The nine metrics are school closures, workplace closures, cancellation of public events, restrictions of public gatherings, closures of public transport, stay-at-home requirements, public information campaigns, restrictions on internal movements and international travel control. A higher score indicates a stricter government response. Attached is the note on the method of derivation.
Here is the table of our list of countries for which the calculation was done, ranked by highest first.
COVID-19 – Stringency Index: Our World in Data.
|Trinidad and Tobago||93.38|
Here is the current COVID-19 data for the Caribbean. Source: local health ministries and/or Worldometer.
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