COVID-19 Data Project

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We've never experienced anything like the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in recent history. Whether you have been directly or indirectly affected, we're all wondering the same thing: what does this mean for our future?

Today's world generates data at an unimaginable pace, making it nearly impossible to keep up. That's why we started the volunteer driven Covid-19 Data Project, to help you and your communities stay safe!

The Covid-19 Data Project team volunteers + BroadStreet are committed to procuring the most reliable data for the United States because improving our knowledge will be the key for securing our future.

As the news cycle shifts from covering Covid-19 and others have moved on, BroadStreet will still be here for you and your community, helping you stay safe and healthy! We've got your back.

All of our data is available at both the state and county level. We have three different data collections: Daily Numbers, Policy, and Health Equity. You can learn more about all of our data collections here, keep scrolling to view "the curve", or go to our map gallery for more information and to learn how risk factors relate to the number of cases in an area. If you want to learn even more, our interns have been working on a number of special interest projects related to Covid-19, so be sure to take some time to view our gallery!

How many total confirmed COVID-19 cases and deaths in your State and County?

This chart helps you see:
1. How many people have been infected.
2. How many have died from COVID-19 in your State and County.

You can also get an idea of how your county is doing compared to others.

So far, many counties are still increasing in both confirmed cases and deaths.

How fast is COVID-19 spreading?
Any signs of slowing down yet?

This chart helps you see when the trend starts to turn up/down for COVID-19. You can see a state or county with mouse-over or selecting from drop-down menu.

The chart indicates many states and counties are slowing down in infections and deaths.

Other states and counties are exhibiting a similar slowdown trend. It's important to note this may represent a change in testing and reporting trends, or a slight decrease in how quickly COVID-19 is spreading.

We'll watch closely if this trend continues over the next few weeks to draw any conclusions.
See Visualization

#FlattenTheCurve

This chart shows how quickly COVID-19 infections and deaths are doubling.

When the slope of the curve decrease and becomes more horizontal (flattening), it's a sign that the virus spread is slowing down.
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How many new people are testing positive and how many die each day?

With increases in testing centers around the country, improved techniques, and rapid reporting, we're seeing rapid jumps in cases.

Despite improved testing efforts, experts believe the true number of infections are much higher than what the numbers show.
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Numbers were collected for humans by humans. Our dedicated team is working remotely across the country. We have released tentative numbers to serve the public good. BroadStreet takes data validation very seriously and we are working on comparing our data to multiple other COVID-19 datasets. Our hope is that our free, research-ready dataset will contribute to the public good.