Data that gives context to the pandemic
See the following examples of how our data has been used to explore COVID-19 and its impact:
Are some ethnic groups more vulnerable to COVID-19 than others? - Lucinda Platt and Ross Warwick, The Institute for Fiscal Studies
This report uses the Quarterly Labour Force Survey (QLFS), alongside the ONS weekly COVID-19 data releases and the 2011 Census data, to explore the unequal health and economic impacts of COVID-19 on the UK’s minority ethnic groups.
Working from home - what were the homeworking trends pre-lockdown?
This UK Data Service news item uses the Annual Population Survey (APS) to explore the homeworking trends pre-lockdown, looking at differences by age, sex, industry, occupation and region.
Putting older people in focus during COVID-19
This analysis from National Voices, uses Understanding Society to explore underrepresented individuals and the heightened challenges they may face during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Room to breathe? How the COVID-19 lockdown highlights age inequalities in living space
In this exploration of the English Housing Survey, the Intergenerational Foundation discusses key age differences in living spaces, in the context of COVID-19.