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ABSTRACT: While there was a necessary initial focus on physical health consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is becoming increasingly clear that many have experienced significant social and mental health repercussions as well. It is important to understand the effects of the pandemic on well-being, both as the world continues to recover from the lasting impact of COVID-19 and in the eventual case of future pandemics. On March 20, 2020, we launched an online daily survey study tracking participants’ sleep and mental well-being. Repeated reports of sleep and mental health metrics are being collected from participants ages 18–90 throughout the pandemic (March 20 – present). Given both the comprehensive nature and early start of this assessment, open access to this dataset will allow researchers to answer a range of questions regarding the psychiatric impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and the fallout left in its wake. Data collection is ongoing and regular updates with additional data will be made when possible Link to Data Descriptor Paper: [HERE][1] ****PLEASE SEE RELEVANT README FILES BELOW TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE VARIABLES COLLECTED AND DATA AVAILABLE FOR USE**** [1]: