Curating secondary data for COVID-19 research

When the global COVID-19 pandemic was anounced, scientists and organizations worldwide responded swiftly by volunteering research time and data. Some are studying the spread of the disease, others are studying the implementation of policies, and again others are studying psychosocial factors, like the consequences of social distancing, or policy adherence. This crisis is a clear demonstration that Open Science practices can accellerate scientific progress. Like many others, I volunteered research time, specifically to Data scientists Against Corona.