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Resources to help you start research on the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), and its effects on our world.

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National Statistics on Cases & Mortality

Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center
Statistics and maps of COVID-19 for the US and World.  


The COVID Tracking Project
Data on COVID-19 testing and patient outcomes from all 50 states, 5 territories, and the District of Columbia. 


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COVID-19 data at the national, state, and county levels, updated daily.   The data is sourced from  Data variables included are: 
Confirmed COVID-19 Cases by date; Prevalence of confirmed COVID-19 cases (per 100,000 individuals) by date; Deaths from COVID-19 by date; Prevalence of deaths from COVID-19 (per 100,000 individuals) by data


New York Times: Coronavirus
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U.S. and Global coronavirus case counts and maps.  While the New York Times is making much of its coronavirus coverage public, current UCI affiliates are encouraged to create a free premium account, sponsored by the UCI Libraries.  


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Maps and statistics on that identify populations vulnerable to COVID-19, i.e. specific neighborhoods where people are poor, are more likely to have chronic illnesses, or do not have access to primary care doctors or to a full-service grocery store.  Watch this PolicyMap tutorial video to access this information.  


National interactive COVID-19 Map
By Lexis Nexis.  Map can display the following Attributes throughout the U.S.: Population Risks, Care Capacity Risks, Health Risks, and Cases.  The UCI Libraries do not have access to any premium underlying data from LexisNexis or other providers.