Case data are based on the latest information from the following repository: Johns Hopkins Center for System Science and Engineering
Population data for incidence are based on World Bank data available here: Population by Country
Case data are updated by JHCSSE approximately once daily around 5:00 pm PDT. These visualizations are provided for informational purposes only. Missing, inconsistent or unexpected values typically are due to irregularities in reporting by jurisdictions.
Data on cases, deaths, and testing for states are updated constantly from the following API: The COVID Tracking Project
and data and limitations are described here: Data and Annotations
Population data for incidence are based on data from Wikipedia and made available here: https://github.com/Koellewe/us-states-pop-2017
These visualizations are provided for informational purposes only. Missing, inconsistent or unexpected values typically are due to irregularities in reporting by jurisdictions.
Data on cases and deaths for counties are updated constantly from the archive maintained by the New York Times: NYT Github Repository
Data are described here: Data Description
These visualizations are provided for informational purposes only. Missing, inconsistent or unexpected values typically are due to irregularities in reporting by jurisdictions.
This app was developed by the CalSurv team at the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine CALSURV Authors: Chris Barker & Jody Simpson Built with
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Case data are based on the latest information from the following repository: Johns Hopkins Center for System Science and Engineering
Population data for incidence are based on World Bank data available here: Population by Country
Case data are updated by JHCSSE approximately once daily around 5:00 pm PDT. These visualizations are provided for informational purposes only. Missing, inconsistent or unexpected values typically are due to irregularities in reporting by jurisdictions. Data on cases, deaths, and testing for states are updated constantly from the following API: The COVID Tracking Project
and data and limitations are described here: Data and Annotations
Population data for incidence are based on data from Wikipedia and made available here: https://github.com/Koellewe/us-states-pop-2017
These visualizations are provided for informational purposes only. Missing, inconsistent or unexpected values typically are due to irregularities in reporting by jurisdictions. Data on cases and deaths for counties are updated constantly from the archive maintained by the New York Times: NYT Github Repository
Data are described here: Data Description
These visualizations are provided for informational purposes only. Missing, inconsistent or unexpected values typically are due to irregularities in reporting by jurisdictions.
This app was developed by the CalSurv team at the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine CALSURV Authors: Chris Barker & Jody Simpson Built with