This policy brief shares results of an R2HC study conducted July 2020 – February 2021, which examines adherence to public health and social distancing policies health care utilisation and costs, among Venezuelan migrant refugees and Colombian citizens throughout the COVID crisis. Results cover 60 Colombian municipalities.
Research is led by Brandeis University and Los Andes University. This brief is intended for two main audiences; applied academic researchers interested in the impact of COVID 19 in developing countries and policy makers who want to use data to make decisions about COVID 19 in Colombia. Results are summarised from four data sources: telephone surveys, COVID policies, heath care utilisation, and cell phone mobility data.
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