Covid-19 Dashboards and Data Resources

There is a lot of data on COVID-19's movement and direction. Below is a catalog of data tools to help us find data and see comparisons that help us understand what has happened and might happen next. There's a lot of information, so I've ranked each group starting with the links I consider most useful first.

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Los Angeles and California:
LA County Dashboard [LA County]
LA County’s map of cases by neighborhood district
A table of case counts by neighborhood district
Cumulative and new cases by CA metro areas


US, nationally and by state:
Current county-level data with links
COVID-19 Projections [U of Wash. Inst. for Health Metrics and Evaluation]
Predictions on future case loads, with hospital capacity estimates for US states and world nations
Charts showing metro areas by trajectory
Visualizes county-level spread over time
COVID-19 Surveillance Dashboard [U of Virginia Biocomplexity Lab
Allows for checking county data using a date slider to select a time point.
Cumulative and new case counts by state over time, with hide-select function
Charts showing metro areas by trajectory
Most recent data [The Covid Tracking Project]
No visualizations, but a source to pull data from


International:
Clean plots of case counts for countries around the world
A big list of customizable visualizations, with plots, maps, and more
COVID-19 Coronavirus Tracker [Kaiser Family Foundation]
A great interface for country-level plots over time, click "Analyze Trends" to select which countries to display
COVID-19 Projections [U of Wash. Inst. for Health Metrics and Evaluation]
Predictions on future case loads, with hospital capacity estimates for US states and world nations
Plots and tables from all over the world, including state-level data

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