Using this interactive map you can see the risk level of attending an event, given the event size and location. You can reduce the risk that one case becomes many by wearing a mask, distancing, and gathering outdoors in smaller groups.
Using this map you can get detailed information to the county level. Simply select the state and county from the menus on the top right corner of the map to get your answers.
This chart tracks each states progress towards its reduction in symptoms and cases, health system readiness and increased testing. Learn about the precent of test target, ICU occupied, number of cases per million per day and the COVID+ rate in the state
The COVID-19 pandemic isn’t affecting all communities the same way. The COVID Racial Data Dashboard helps us track this inequity by publishing topline racial data compared with state demographic data.
To end the Coronavirus pandemic, we have a clear and simple goal: cases need to go to zero everywhere. In this post I want to introduce our new visualisation to allow everyone to monitor the global fight against the pandemic.
Get detailed statistics on mortality rate for any and all countries around the world. The charts include mortality risk, fatality rate, fatality rate by age, by health conditions and compared to other diseases.
The purpose of the Coronavirus in Kids (COVKID) Tracking and Education Project is to monitor and compile epidemiologic surveillance data on COVID-19 in children and teens. We aim to present timely data in formats that are accessible and useful for clinicians, public health practitioners, policymakers, elected officials, and journalists.
This visualization provides weekly data on excess deaths by jurisdiction of occurrence. Counts of deaths in more recent weeks are compared with historical trends to determine whether the number of deaths is significantly higher than expected.
Without testing for COVID-19 we cannot know how many people are infected with the disease. And without this data we cannot know what is happening. That is why we are bringing together the available data on testing from countries around the world.
This chart offers detailed testing data per country as well as per capita testing which is the correct comparison when comparing testing between countries.