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Vaccine Tracking Added to The Starschema COVID-19 Epidemiological Dataset

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The rollout of the numerous COVID-19 vaccines represents a significant milestone in our shared effort to fight the spread of SARS-CoV-2. In our effort to help organizations assess contingency plans and make informed, data-driven decisions in real-time as they respond to the global health emergency, we’ve added vaccine tracking from the University of Oxford to the Starschema COVID-19 Epidemiological Dataset. Over 1500 organizations worldwide rely on this dataset for timely and accurate data, and we‘re committed to keeping it updated as a reliable single source of daily unpivoted, analytics-ready data.

The Epidemiological Dataset is available for free on Snowflake’s Data Marketplace. You can import it directly to your Snowflake account with just a click for immediate access to its live, ready-to-query data. The newly-added vaccine data include verifiable, public information with data such as doses allocated, shipped and administered worldwide and on a US state level.

For more information on the vaccine tracker, please visit the provider’s GitHub page: Our World in Data at the University of Oxford

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Zsolt Palmai

Zsolt Palmai

Zsolt is Content Manager at data services firm Starschema, where he creates materials to help you learn about the company and enterprise-grade data solutions.

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