Deaths registered weekly in England and Wales, provisional
About this dataset
Provisional counts of the number of deaths registered in England and Wales, by age, sex, and region, in the latest weeks for which data are available. Includes the most up-to-date figures available for deaths involving the coronavirus (COVID-19).
The Human Mortality Database
Perhaps you would be interested in a pre and post COVID-19 look at deaths (spoiler alert: you will notice a sudden increase in deaths in 2020). CDPH has published a query tool for top reportable causes-of-death data by demographic breakdowns with their California Vital Data Query Tool, it is free to register and you can get relatively up-to-date counts of ...
The federal government of Switzerland provides weekly excess-death statistics going back to 2010
2020 - 2021: https://www.bfs.admin.ch/bfs/en/home/statistics/health/state-health/mortality-causes-death.assetdetail.15584980.html
2010 - 2019: https://www.bfs.admin.ch/...
Our World in Data is compiling excess-death statistics across multiple countries with various age-groups.
You can mix and match and then download the datasets. Not all countries are represented. Not all age-groups will match between countries, because of how individual countries report their statistics.
It's hard to define "after" since we are still in the middle of it. But the discontinuity surely exists between "before" and "during".
I would suggest something global and clean (machine readable), like the Google Mobility Data, which is available as global or regional CSV files.
ClinicalTrials.gov contains lots of information - not just for the US, but also for the other markets important to "Big Pharma".
The blog of drug discovery chemist and blogger Derek Howe In the Pipeline (it's now a column of Science magazine) contains in-depth discussions of interesting recent discoveries. Each of his blogposts about clinical ...