Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19): Case Tracking and News
This guide is for information only. It presents general and research information on the topic of COVID-19 from scientific publications, governments, and news sources. For personal health questions, please contact local health department or primary doctor.
Many universities, organizations, individuals have developed tools to track COVID-19 cases in real time using interactive web-based map or dashboards. The list below provides links to some of these live tracking sites.
The Network Systems Science and Advanced Computing (NSSAC) division of the Biocomplexity Institute and Initiative at the University of Virginia has prepared a visualization tool that provides an alternate way of examining data curated by NSSAC, 1point3acres and JHU.
This site is created by a 17 year old Seattle teenager, Avi Schiffmann. It updates every minute to provide the latest statistics on the number of confirmed cases, serious cases, deaths, and recovered, both worldwide and in each country, in real time.
This transmission model has been developed to assist in understanding and forecasting epidemic spread and hospital resource needs, and to explore and examine alternative scenarios (see scenarios tab). The model is calibrated based on Michigan data on COVID-19 testing and demographics, as well as Michigan and other literature data on disease progression, severity, mortality, etc.