Public Policy Adoption Index in Brazil
Our index is based on an index created by Oxford University. We track 10 public policies intended to help control the pandemic. These policies include the closing of schools and non-essential businesses, and stay-at-home orders, among other policies. Measures are weighted based on the date when they were implemented, and on how long they’ve been in place. The black dashed line represents the weighted average of all the states in Brazil.
Change in mobility in Brazil; percentage change compared to usual mobility
Estimates based on Google data between February 27 and June 3, 2020. These graphics show the change on population mobility in each country, compared to the usual mobility in the same time period (identified as the 0 baseline.) A decrease in mobility might also decrease the likelihood of community spread. The black dashed line represents the weighted average of all the states in Brazil.
Comparison of Public Policy Adoption Index and Mobility Reduction Index, state by state