This post is a reference list of COVID-19 resources to optimize your monitoring.
- WorldoMeter Coronavirus has timely updates on new cases and deaths, as well as historical data for countries with major epidemics.
- Wikipedia: 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic
- BNO Twitter/website
- Reddit: /r/coronavirus (popular); /r/covid19 (scientific)
- OurWorldInData: Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) – Statistics and Research
- Google’s COVID-19 map
- WHO situation reports
- Gabriel Goh’s Epidemic Calculator – perhaps the best in its class?
- COVID Act Now – Cases/deaths simulations state-by-state based on scenarios ranging between “stay at home”, “social distancing” guidelines, and “limited action.”
Corona in USA
- COVID Tracking Project aggregates US data from state agencies
- US Health Weather Map – this map is based on aggregating QS temperature-measuring devices across the US and analyzing how far they are above expected baseline levels.
Corona in Europe
- EuroMOMO monitors weekly mortality rates across the EU (unfortunately doesn’t release raw data, only in graphs)
Corona in Russia
- Yandex Map of COVID-19 in Russia & the World features regional/historical data for Russia
- Rospotrebnadzor has daily text updates on new cases, deaths, hospitalizations, testing, and so forth
- Стоп Коронавирус – official government website with news, statistics, and personal advice
- Wikipedia page on Russia’s coronavirus epidemic
- Another Russia regional/historical map
Corona in China
- JHU world map of deaths and cases
- University of Tartu Comparison of COVID-19 trajectories worldwide
- risklayer COVID-19 world map has regional-level data on cases, deaths, incidence, and mortality
- Aatish Bhatia’s COVID Trends
- COVID Graph
- 91 DIVOC interactive visualization of the exponential spread of COVID-19
- Citymapper Mobility Index (CMI) is an app-based tracker of travel intensity within major cities
- TomTom Traffic Index
- The Base Lab has visualizations and a map/dashboard
- disused: ncov.r6.no
Since this blog post will be buried underneath future posts, I will also keep a duplicate at my website, which may be updated in the future: https://akarlin.com/corona-resources/