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Premise General Population COVID-19 Health Services Disruption Survey 2021

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General Info
Provider 
Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME)
Geography 
Benin (BEN)
Brazil (BRA)
Cambodia (KHM)
Colombia (COL)
Ecuador (ECU)
Egypt (EGY)
Ethiopia (ETH)
Ghana (GHA)
Guatemala (GTM)
Honduras (HND)
India (IND)
Indonesia (IDN)
Iraq (IRQ)
Jamaica (JAM)
Jordan (JOR)
Kenya (KEN)
Liberia (LBR)
Mali (MLI)
Mexico (MEX)
México
Morocco (MAR)
Niger (NER)
Nigeria (NGA)
Panama (PAN)
Peru (PER)
Rwanda (RWA)
Senegal (SEN)
Thailand (THA)
Tunisia (TUN)
Turkey (TUR)
Uganda (UGA)
Ukraine (UKR)
Uruguay (URY)
Viet Nam (VNM)
Yemen (YEM)
Zambia (ZMB)
Zimbabwe (ZWE)
Coverage type 
Country
Time period covered 
05/2021 - 06/2021
Data type
Survey:
  • Cross-sectional
  • Individual
Summary 

The Premise General Population COVID-19 Health Services Disruption Survey 2021 is a follow-up series to the COVID-19 Health Services Disruption Survey 2020 series conducted in July 2020. These surveys were developed to assess the level of disruption to a range of health services resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent government mandates and changes in behavior to mitigate the spread of the disease. Data generated from this survey is not intended to be used as an overall estimate of the level of health service delivery.

This survey was conducted in 51 countries using the smartphone-based Premise data collection platform. Respondents were 18,649 individual members of the general population. The survey focused on the level of disruption to the provision of general health services, including visits to medical providers and access to medication.

Citation
Publication year 
2021
Suggested citation 

Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME), Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF), Premise Data Corporation. Premise General Population COVID-19 Health Services Disruption Survey 2020. Seattle, United States of America: Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME), 2020.

DOI 
https://doi.datacite.org/dois/10.6069%2Fhvft19v3