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COVID Science Publications

COVID-19 Research and Evidence Summary Reports

Balmforth, H., Beers, H., Bourne, N., Cao, R., Cheung, C., Clarke, S., Collinge, W., Cooper, G., Corbett, E., Davies, K., Hartwig, A., Johnson, S., Li, L., Ling, D., Liu, C., Kaltango, A.Y., Kirkham, R., Manu, P., Thurlbeck, S., van Tongeren, M., Weightman, A. and Yuan, P. Keeping the UK building safely: a scoping study. PROTECT COVID-19 National Core Study on Transmission and Environment, 2021. (PROTECT-01)

Coleman, A., Gartland, N., Fishwick, D., Johnson, S. and van Tongeren, M. Perceptions of transmission and mitigation of SARS-CoV-2: public transport. Theme 3 WP1 deep dives. PROTECT COVID-19 National Core Study on Transmission and Environment, 2022. (PROTECT-02)

HSE Workplace Health Expert Committee (WHEC) SARS-CoV-2: testing and the workplace: rapid review to 16th February 2021. HSE, 2021.

Pauwels, S., Boets, I., Polli, A., Mylle, G., de Raeve, H., Godderis, L. Return to work after long COVID: evidence at 8th March 2021. HSE, 2021. (ER003)

Personal protective equipment selection for healthcare settings: COVID-19 evidence review to March 2020. HSE, 2020 (ER001)

Re-use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) during the SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) Pandemic: Evidence Summary to August 2020. HSE, 2022 (ER004)

SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) transmission in meat processing factories: evidence summary to 27 July 2020. HSE, 2021. (ER002)

Protect COVID-19 National Core Study

The PROTECT COVID-19 National Core Study on transmission and environment is a UK-wide research programme improving our understanding of how SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes COVID-19) is transmitted from person to person, and how this varies in different settings and environments. Led by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE)'s Chief Scientific Adviser, this critical work is being delivered by more than 70 researchers from 16 institutions across the UK. To see a full list of publications from this study, check the PROTECT COVID-19 National Core Study website.


HSE's Chief Scientific Adviser, Professor Andrew Curran, is a participant in of SAGE (Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies) and co-chair of the Environmental Modelling Group (SAGE-EMG). For papers prepared by the EMG please check the GOV.UK website






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