The COVID Tracking Project is a volunteer organization launched from The Atlantic and dedicated to collecting and publishing the data required to understand the COVID-19 outbreak in the United States.
This series of maps and charts tracks the global outbreak of the virus since it emerged in China in December of 2019. It is updated several times each day.
This tracker provides continuously updated information on total cases, active cases, recovered cases, and deaths.
A global team of volunteers, coordinated by researchers at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and Boston University School of Public Health, are curating this high-resolution living global data of public health policy interventions to serve as a global resource for researchers and decision makers.
The video shows the timelapse of the coronavirus by map worldwide since January 20, 2020. It first started in Wuhan, Hubei, China, then spread to more than 80 countries by March 5, 2020.
The New York Times COVID-19 dashboard displays a map of numbers of cases, deaths, and cases per 100,000 around the world. Another set of data shows case growth rates from January 22 to the present.
The COVID-19 surveillance dashboard by University of Virginia includes numbers of confirmed cases, active cases, deaths, and recoveries by country/region. The geographic information system (GIS) map has a weekly time slider beginning on January 22 to the present.
The Johns Hopkins Center for Systems Sciences and Engineering Global Cases Dashboard includes data on numbers of cases, numbers of deaths, and numbers of recoveries by country, region, or sovereighnty. It also includes a geographic information system (GIS) with cumulative and active case numbers.
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) situation dashboard displays current case numbers by country, territory, or area and by date. The dashboard includes a geographic information system (GIS) with circles proportional to the number of cases in the area.