Join up the initiative with your institution and help with the dissemination of the project. Get the collected data from our team. Let’s help with fighting the current crisis together and understand the impact of Covid-19 on our society.
There is a need to understand the social impact of COVID-19 on citizens and to hear their stories. You are being asked to take part in a citizen science research project because you are person experiencing the societal effects of COVID-19. The purpose of this project is to learn more about how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting people’s ways of life including short and long-term physical, social, mental, and behavioural health and well-being. It is called a “citizen” science project because by using the app you contribute data to this project, as well as use the platform to look at the data shared by other people.
(1) Download: Get the free CoronaReport App on Google Play for Android or in the Apple App Store.
(2) Register an account: Create your own user account using your email address.
(3) Start sharing: You are logged in and ready to anonymously contribute.
CoronaReport is a citizen science project for documenting the influence of COVID-19 on our lives. Citizens can use the CoronaReport app to share their stories and to better understand how the virus is changing lives all around the world. These data are helping scientists understand how the virus is affecting the way people live and work. https://www.coronareport.eu/
Note: CoronaReport is not a diagnostic tool, not a method for seeking medical treatment, and not an epidemiological study of infectious disease processes.
Who created CoronaReport?
CoronaReport was developed by SPOTTERON, a world-leading citizen science mobile app company, in collaboration with the Scottish Collaboration for Public Health Research and Policy (SCPHRP), which is based at The University of Edinburgh, School of Health in Social Science.
The app is available for iOS and Android via their app stores.
Yes! Data live in two places.
Data at SPOTTERON: Data on the CoronaReport platform are securely encrypted and never monetized. Users are never tracked and SPOTTERON does not allow third party scripts. For more information please visit: https://www.spotteron.net/citizen-science-app-features/privacy-data-safety
Data at The University of Edinburgh (UofE): UofE receives anonymous, aggregated data for research purposes. These data are stored on secure servers at the University. The study research protocol was reviewed and approved by an Ethics Review Board at the University of Edinburgh. Importantly, the UofE doesn’t have access to information on the CoronaReport platform that isn’t already publicly available, so there is no risk to privacy or confidentiality.
Can other institutions access CoronaReport data for research purposes?
Please refer to SPOTTERON's data policy: https://www.spotteron.net/data-policy