Dun & Bradstreet COVID-19 Commerce Disruption Tracker

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted virtually every country and resulted in government-imposed restrictions and changes in consumer behavior. Given the rapidly-evolving situation, businesses need access to trusted, real-time data and actionable insights to inform their decisions. 

The COVID-19 Commerce Disruption Tracker pulls from the Dun & Bradstreet Data Cloud of hundreds of millions of businesses across the globe to provide a macroeconomic view to help organizations determine where risks may arise. Updated weekly, the tracker illustrates the impact of the pandemic on businesses’ ability to operate, generate sales, and have employees perform their work duties.


Check back for weekly updates to the map.
Look below the map for notes on how to use the tracker.

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How to use the tracker:

  • Hover over the maps to see specific impact information to each region:
    • Global map - hover over a country to see the percent impact compared to the rest of the world and the impact as a percent of the country’s businesses/sales/employees.
    • Country map - hover over a state/province to see the percent impact to its businesses/employees.
    • State/County map (for the US only), to see the percent impact to its businesses/employees.
  • Country detail: Click on the country for State/Province data and hover over for details.
  • State detail for the US: Click on the State for County data and hover over for details.
  • To exit Country or State/County view: click on World Map or Country Map tab.
  • COVID-19 Global Cases tab: Trendlines in infections and mortality rates by country allow users to consider the location of business partners and potential consumer confidence or government actions in making decisions.
  • Corporate Family Locations Disrupted: Identifies the percentage of businesses that are directly connected through 50.1% ownership with businesses in the same or other markets—through Dun & Bradstreet’s global corporate linkage insights—for a fuller view of the impact of government restrictions to movement to the businesses.
  • Company Financial Health: Identifies where Dun & Bradstreet predictive models anticipate increasing levels of slow payment or bankruptcy among businesses.
  • Industry Disruption Risk: The five levels evolve as government restrictions and consumer behavior change. Current disruption in a sample of industry sectors:
Very High High Medium Low Very Low
  • Dining
  • Public recreation venues
  • Retail
  • Travel & hospitality
  • Advertising
  • Periodical publication
  • Public entertainment & film
  • Specialty doctors
  • Lawn centers
  • Airport services
  • Non-essential manufacturing
  • Commercial banking
  • General hospitals
  • Food production facilities
  • Wholesalers
  • Grocery stores
  • Public safety
  • TV/radio stations
  • Central banking
  • Utilities