Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
CDC’s COVID-19 web page includes links to each state’s public health website, where state-level reports can be found. State-level data may be more current than CDC data, as they may be updated before those updates are provided to CDC.
Source: Cov19.cc (publicly sourced, royalty-free accumulation of info)
This dashboard contains case counts of COVID-19 around the world, by country and region. It also lists information about world-wide travel restrictions, as well as links to the WHO for advice and information on the virus for the public. It pulls data from government sources and new organizations.
Website contains case and test counts, projections of COVID-19 deaths, and a map showing state-level reopening status (coded as shut down/restricted, reopening soon, or partial reopening).
Source: NY Times
Includes Hot Spots, Clusters and Latest News.
The COVID Tracking Project has state-level case information for states across the United States. It includes links to data sources for each state as well as historical trends. It aims to provide the most comprehensive data on state-level testing for the novel coronavirus, filling gaps left by the CDC in its reported testing data.
Source: Harvard Global Health Institute
This map displays COVID risk levels for each county in the United States.
This dashboard shows case counts by region across the world. Raw data are available. The dashboard is a partnership between various organizations, universities, and hospitals.
Source: Carnegie Mellon University (CMU)
COVIDcast displays a map of real-time COVID-19 indicators (such as doctor visits, Facebook symptom reports, and Google search trends) for counties, metropolitan areas, and states across the U.S. Each indicator may vary in intensity (reflecting mild or more severe disease symptoms) over time. Taken together, these indicators may suggest heightened or rising COVID-19 activity in specific locations, and are being used as inputs to CMU’s pandemic forecasting system (to be announced at a later date).
Source: National Academy for State Health Policy
To help contain the spread of COVID-19, states are ramping up contact tracing efforts. This interactive map allows you to click on a state and learn more about its contact tracing program model, lead agencies, tracing process, workforce, technology, and funding.