Facts & Stats
Our messages are aligned with trusted sources on the science of COVID-19, drawing on the recommendations and data of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the World Health Organization (WHO), and other leading organizations and experts.
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COVID-19 Dashboard – Johns Hopkins University
Get The Facts — Data Overview
United States COVID-19 Tracker —
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
This COVID Tracker allows you to keep up-to-date on the most recent COVID-19 statistics in the United States and globally, including the number of cases, deaths, and tests that have been conducted. It also provides State guidance for reopening communities across America. Visit the Website.
Carnegie Mellon University
COVIDcast provides comprehensive, geographically detailed, and continuously updated indicators of pandemic activity and its impact across the United States with interactive maps and graphics. The site also provides models that forecast future spread of the pandemic. Visit the Website.
COVID-19 Cases in the United States — CDC
The CDC provides statistics and epidemiological trends about COVID-19 collected by the US government from state and local health departments nationwide. Visit the Website.
Global COVID-19 Cases —
World Health Organization (WHO)
The World Health Organization provides daily reports on the number of international cases of COVID-19, provides analyses of global trends, and guidance for governments and the public. Visit the Website.
Beat the Virus Interactive Graph of COVID-19 Cases & Deaths by Sex, Age, and Race/Ethnicity
Number of Deaths
Number of Cases
The Beat the Virus Team created this unique interactive graph to provide demographic information by sex, race/ethnicity, and age on COVID-19 infections and deaths in the US. Use the filters above to toggle between demographic categories and view where disparities exist. The graph is based on data from the CDC .VISIT CDC DATA TRACKER
COVID-19 Forecasting Models Dashboards
Predictive Models of COVID-19 Infections — Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation, University of Washington
The Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) at the University of Washington predictive models of deaths that will occur to COVID-19, infection rates, and testing numbers, as well as the importance of mask-wearing and social distancing, organized by country and state. Find current forecasts for the COVID-19 pandemic here. View all the Institute’s resources here.
COVID-19 Projections – Path to Herd Immunity in the U.S.
This model uses artificial intelligence to forecast infections, deaths, and recovery timelines for the coronavirus pandemic in the US and globally. It estimates how the number of infections in all of the States and counties in America as well as the rates of vaccination contribute to progress in achieving herd immunity in the United States. Explore the projections here.
COVID-19 Racial and Ethnic Data.
Communities of color have been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic, and messages must be tailored to their needs.
COVID-19 Cases by U.S. County and State Public Health Departments — CDC
Provides CDC racial/ethnic data reported from state and local public health departments. Visit the Website.
COVID-19 Racial & Ethnic Disparities in U.S. Counties — amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research
An interactive website that provides a compilation of state, county, and local data on racial disparities in COVID-19 cases and deaths. Visit the Website.
COVID-19 Racial Data Tracker —
COVID Tracking Project
The COVID Tracking Project, an initiative of The Atlantic, collects and publishes critical data about the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States. Visit the Website.
State COVID-19 Data by Race —
Johns Hopkins University
This Johns Hopkins COVID-19 Tracker shows the U.S. states that have released COVID-19 data by race, broken down into three critical categories: confirmed cases, deaths, and testing. Visit the Website.
The Color of Coronavirus — APM Research Lab
The Color of Coronavirus project monitors the racial and ethnic impact of COVID-19. It examines how and where COVID-19 infections and deaths are inequitably impacting certain communities in the United States — to guide policy and community responses to these disproportionate deaths Visit the Website.
Sex Differences in COVID-19 Worldwide
State Data & Policy Actions
State Data and Policy Actions to Address Coronavirus – Kaiser Family Foundation
To date, states have taken a number of actions to mitigate the spread of the virus and reduce barriers to testing and treatment for those affected. This data tool provides state-level information on — social distancing measures; health policy actions to reduce barriers to COVID-19 testing and treatment; additional state-level data related to COVID-19, including testing and provider capacity. Visit the Website.
State Decisions About Re-Opening Communities – Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
This timeline shows the major infection control measures and re-openings undertaken by states after the first COVID-19 cases appeared in the United States, alongside the number of new cases and deaths in each state over the same time period. Visit the Website.
State Coronavirus Restrictions and Mask Mandates – New York Times
The New York Times is tracking state coronavirus restrictions, including business closures, mask mandates, and stay-at-home recommendations. States may issue exceptions to national guidelines. Visit the Website.
COVID-19 County Risk Levels Dashboard – Brown University School of Public Health
This map displays COVID-19 risk levels for each county and Congressional district in the United States. Hover over a county for detailed information on cases and death counts. Risk levels are calculated based on daily cases per 100,000 people (7 day rolling average). Visit the Website.
COVID-19 State Legislation Data Visualization - National Conference of State Legislatures
The National Conference of State Legislatures provides up-to-date, real-time information about legislation related to the COVID-19 response that has been introduced in the 50 states and the District of Columbia. You can search legislation starting in 2020 by state, topic, keyword, year, status or primary sponsor. Visit the Website.