ONS is at the heart of the effort to ensure high quality data on the topic of COVID-19 vaccines. Our analysis is helping everyone to understand the take up and impact of the UK’s vaccine roll out. Here Esther Sutherland and Jonathan Laszlo guide you through everything you need to know about ONS’s vaccine analysis.Read more on What the ONS can tell you about the COVID-19 Vaccine programme
During the pandemic, some of our usual methods for measuring population and migration have been either paused or seriously disrupted, leading to speculation on what…Read more on An evolving picture of UK population change
Since April, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Infection Survey (CIS) has offered weekly snapshots of the level of the SARS-CoV-2 virus circulating…Read more on Accuracy and confidence: why we trust the data from the COVID-19 infection survey.
‘Green jobs’ is a topic that often comes up in debates on the environment. In this, understanding which definition of a green job…Read more on The challenges of defining a green job
Teachers, students and parents have had a difficult year: school closures, remote instruction and the need to ‘home-school’ have all made providing lessons to students challenging. Here Philip Wales talks about how our measurement has responded to keep pace with fast-changing schools policies during the pandemic, and how the improvements we are now introducing impact on our figures.Read more on Doing our homework: how we’re improving our estimates of education output through the pandemic