From the privacy-appropriate implementation of contact tracing to the long-term health consequences of lockdowns, the public health implications of COVID-19 reach far beyond individual infections

"Recessions and Health: The Long-Term Health Consequences of Responses to the Coronavirus" by James Banks, Heidi Karjalainen, Carol Propper

Imperial author(s): Carol Propper

The economic fallout of COVID-19 could have long-term consequences for public health.

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"Living with COVID-19: Balancing Costs Against Benefits in the Face of the Virus" by David Miles, Mike Stedman, Adrian Heald

"The Wider Impacts of the Coronavirus Pandemic on the NHS" by Carol Propper, George Stoye, Ben Zaraniko

Imperial author(s): Carol Propper

The pandemic is likely to have a long-term effects on the UK's National Health Service, particularly around recruitment and staff shortages.

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"Privacy, Adoption, and Truthful Reporting: A Simple Theory of Contact Tracing Applications" by Yves-Alexandre de Montjoye, Tarun Ramadorai, Tommaso Valletti, Ansgar Walther

Imperial author(s): Yves-Alexandre de Montjoye, Tarun RamadoraiTommaso VallettiAnsgar Walther

Why it's important governments incentivise people to take part in track and trace.

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"Economic Aspects of the COVID-19 Crisis in the UK" by the DELVE Initiative

Imperial author(s): Stephen Hansen is a member of the DELVE Initiative

The DELVE Initiative have drawn on insights from recent economic work into the pandemic to help policymakers tackle the coming challenges for the economy and public health.

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