Finding Reliable Data
- Johns Hopkins University’s Coronavirus Resource Center. Maintained at Johns Hopkins’ Center for Systems Science and Engineering, the site uses data from the World Health Organization, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the European Center for Disease Prevention, and other sources around the world to track and visualize cases of Covid-19. The platform includes a Covid-19 Map and an alternative data visualization of the data behind the map.
- The World Health Organization’s Covid-19 Dashboard and daily Situation Report.
- Worldometer’s Covid-19 Coronavirus Outbreak page. Run by an international team of developers, researchers, and volunteers, the page draws from sources including the World Health Organization and presents infections statistics broken down by country, age, and other categories.
- The U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s Cases & Latest Updates page. The page includes at-a-glance statistics on U.S. cases, as well as information about testing and the U.S. government’s response.
- The University of Virginia’s Covid-19 Surveillance Dashboard. Prepared by a division of the University’s Biocomplexity Institute and Initiative, the visualization tool includes county-level statistics for the U.S. and state/province level statistics for Canada, Chile, India, and Germany.
- The New York Times’ coronavirus map. Sourced from state and local health agencies, hospitals, and C.D.C. data, the map shows confirmed cases in the U.S by county.
- The COVID Tracking Project. Started by two Atlantic journalists and the founder of the biotech firm Related Sciences, the COVID Tracking Project collects information from U.S. states, territories, and the District of Columbia to provide comprehensive coronavirus testing data.
- The University of Minnesota’s Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resource Center. The site offers a range of Covid-19 information, curated by the University’s Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy.