IMF and Yale provide data on virus responses

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The International Monetary Fund has launched a new Covid-19 response tracker that provides details on how Group of 20 countries have responded to the virus outbreak.

The IMF policy tracker, launched on March 25, summarises what the IMF sees as key economic responses taken to limit the economic and human impact of the virus. A similar tracker has been launched by Yale University’s School of Management.

“The tracker includes G20 economies and the European Union/Euro Area. More countries will be

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