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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Global Data Tracker

COVID-19 case data is the most important data right now. It’s the basis of how we’re seeing and measuring the impact of this virus in the world. We are providing a global coronavirus tracker to help you stay updated on the confirmed case and death totals, the spread of coronavirus, and the places most impacted by this pandemic.
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This time-lapse, updated every Friday, illustrates the spread of COVID-19 from March 1, 2020.

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Discover critical industry workbooks, solutions to help your business, and thousands of global COVID-19 visualizations



US States in the Red Zone Dashboard

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US States in the "Red Zone"

An unpublicized document prepared for the White House Coronavirus Task Force was obtained by the Center for Public Integrity, a nonprofit newsroom based in Washington, D.C. In the report, colors are assigned to each state and county in the U.S. based on various metrics including new cases per 100k people per week and diagnostic test result positivity rate. Jeremy Blaney uses COVID Tracking Project data to visualize each of the report's metrics on which states are in the "red zone."

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Jumpstart your own analysis

Starter kits and prepared data to help you do your own analysis to understand the impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19). Don't have Tableau? Download our free trial to get started.


Special thanks to Tableau Zen Masters Anya A’Hearn, Tamas Foldi, Allan Walker, and Jonathan Drummey for all of their work to make these resources more accessible to the public.

Jumpstart Workbook

COVID-19 Cases Starter Workbook

This downloadable workbook includes a starter dashboard as well as an embedded connection to trusted COVID-19 activity data. This data is sourced from the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control as well as The New York Times (who is aggregating data from state and local governments and health departments for the United States). Anyone can blend their own data with this workbook to better understand the impact on their organization. View the Dashboard

This datasource is updated daily by 12 p.m. PT.

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Connect to COVID-19 activity data

Tableau is aware of the Federal government's decision that all hospitals submit COVID-19 patient information directly to the Department of Health and Human Services, versus the Centers for Disease Control. While there is no immediate impact to the data made available through the Tableau COVID-19 Data Hub, we will continue to evaluate any potential changes. We will work to ensure that this data stream continues to be a valuable, reliable resource for decision making.

The data stream, aggregated from the New York Times, the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control, and the Public Health Agency of Canada continues to be a vital resource for corporate and government decision makers as they navigate the global pandemic.


MuleSoft

Get started with the COVID Activity API hosted on MuleSoft’s Anypoint Exchange. You can use this API to leverage COVID-19 data on cases, deaths, testing, hospitalizations, ventilator use, and more.


AWS Data Exchange

The AWS Data Exchanges makes it easy to find, subscribe to, and use third-party data in the cloud. You can subscribe to COVID-19 activity data and more for free at the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Data Hub listing in the AWS Data Exchange.


data.world

COVID-19 case data can be directly downloaded or accessed through a Web Data Connector from data.world, a platform for data that enables users to post, search, and collaborate on data sets on a large and meaningful scale.


Step-by-Step Instructions for All Data Sources

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Access other COVID-19 data

Policy Data

Governments around the world have taken measures to slow the spread of COVID-19. A few organizations collect this information - details on workplace closings, public event cancellations, gathering restrictions, business mandates, and more - and make it available to the general public.

University of Oxford (.Hyper File | .CSV File)
  • The Blavantik School of Government at the University of Oxford collects systematic information on measure governments have taken in response to COVID-19.
  • Citation: Thomas Hale, Sam Webster, Anna Petherick, Toby Phillips, and Beatriz Kira. (2020). Oxford COVID-19 Government Response Tracker. Blavatnik School of Government.

The University of Washington (.Hyper File | .CSV File)
  • The University of Washington maintains a data repository for US state-level distancing policies that have been enacted in response to COVID-19.
  • Citation: Nancy Fullman, Bree Bang-Jensen, Grace Reinke, Kenya Amano, Christopher Adolph, and John Wilkerson. "State-level social distancing policies in response to COVID-19 in the US". Version 1.56, June 10, 2020. http://www.covid19statepolicy.org

The COVID Tracking Project

The COVID Tracking Project at The Atlantic collects data on hospitalizations, testing, and more for each state and territory in the United States.


Viz responsibly

As you use COVID-19 data, it’s important to remember that, while the underlying data comes from trusted sources, it’s difficult to estimate an accurate count for the number of COVID-19 cases worldwide because of the vastly different approaches to both testing and reporting. Also remember, even data visualizations based on accurate data can be misleading.

Read more about data viz best practices related to COVID-19 and 10 considerations before you create another chart about COVID-19.



Free Training for COVID-19 Data

Register for our live training courses to learn how to use the COVID-19 Jumpstart Workbook for your own analysis

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Get involved with the community

View the community forum and submit your own visualizations and data sources to help understand the COVID-19 impact

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Solutions to get your analysis started

From healthcare to HR, our partners are providing solutions to help industries kickstart their data-driven journey back to business


Keep Patients Safe Workbook

Slalom’s coSAFE dashboard helps hospital leaders connect to their data sources to quickly view critical hospital level data, from patient data to PPE availability. Adapt this template for your hospital's systems to rapidly assess, diagnose and act for COVID-19 response.

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Human Resources Starter Workbook

Lovelytics, a Tableau, Data Analytics, and Geospatial Services Firm, combines Coronavirus (COVID-19) data with Human Resources data to help protect employees and implement a return to normal operations.

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Healthcare Analytics Starter Workbook

UChicago Medicine is using this suite of dashboards to ensure the best possible care to patients, protect its frontline doctors and nurses, and make the most of available resources. Please note these are built from dummy data and do not reflect current or past outcomes.

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Credit Risk Workbook

COVID-19 has forced lending providers and governments to alter their policies to accommodate borrowers. See how Slalom built a suite of real-time reports to allow risk management on the fly, enabling firms to shift strategy and anticipate new borrowing behaviors in today's environment.

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In a time like this, when quick, accurate decisions can have both an immediate and lasting impact, St. Mary’s Bank is glad to have made the investment in a data solution and a data culture.

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Leading through change with data

We are living in a dramatically altered business world. Here you will find valuable perspectives, tips, and resources to help you move confidently and quickly.

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Working with Mulesoft and Salesforce, we built an open and resilient flow of public COVID-19 data, made available as open APIs and within Tableau Public to be used in applications and new visualizations by anyone. The COVID-19 Data Platform ingests and aggregates data across public sources and curates them into standardized data models that can be reliably used to make data-driven decisions. IT teams will be able to move faster by leveraging these APIs and developer resources instead of manually building those from scratch.

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Additional COVID-19 data sources

World Health Organization

Global database of scientific findings on Coronavirus

Johns Hopkins

COVID-19 Data Research repository from Johns Hopkins University

NextStrain

Build for novel Coronavirus data set on Github

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