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COVID-19: Tracking Testing in Southeast Asia

The issue of COVID-19 testing seems to be on everyone’s radar. This set of charts tracks two types of statistics that tell a much more contextualised story – the total number of tests done as reported by the governments of 11 Southeast Asian countries, as well the number of tests in proportion to their population sizes. Updated every week. Data visualisation by Yvonne T Chua.

COVID-19: Still Staying Home, But More Are Moving About

Check out these eight charts that track the changes in people’s movements  in nine Southeast Asian countries amid tCOVID-19. These changes are seen in  travel to work, retail and recreation through March and April. while travel to/around residences shot up. As lockdowns ease, more movements in recent weeks are showing up in the data from Google and Apple. Data visualisation by Yvonne T Chua.

Strict, Stricter, Strictest? ASEAN Countries’ Restrictions Amid COVID-19

As of 30 March, the three ASEAN countries that have the highest level of stringency are: Vietnam (100), Laos (95.24), the Philippines (90.48). When, and which restrictions the region’s governments took, are captured in this  infographic that draws out data from the Stringency Index of the Government Response Tracker of  Oxford University, UK.

MAP: Filipino Voices in the time of COVID-19

Click on the location points in this map to read thoughts from Filipinos, probably the world’s most globalized nations with over 10 million people overseas. Their thoughts provide a good lens through which to see how different, yet the same, our situations are during COVID-19.

COVID-19 Pandemic in Southeast Asia: The Numbers

Numbers are important, as well as context. Click here to view data visualisation charts, updated daily, around the COVID-19 outbreak in Southeast Asia. A Reporting ASEAN collaboration with Yvonne Chua. 

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