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Health organizations and agencies enabling COVID-19 spatial dashboards

April 10, 2020

As the COVID-19 spread across the globe, The World Health Organization (WHO) took proactive steps to enable a global COVID-19 dashboard. This was then followed by regional level agencies and other organizations in the medical profession. Here is the list of five dashboards that we have found.

1. WHO – Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Situation dashboard

An interactive dashboard/map from the World Health Organization (WHO) provides the latest global numbers and numbers by country of COVID-19 cases on a daily basis. Further, there are now options to download this data, look at more statistical information by a region or country.

WHO Interactive Global COVID-19 dashboard

2. United States – Map of States Reporting Cases of COVID-19 to CDC

States Reporting Cases of COVID-19 to CDC

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has created a dedicated online center with the latest alerts and bulletins on the spread of COVID-19 in the United States. It also provides an interactive map on state-wise reported cases.

3. ECDC COVID-19 Dashboard for Europe

ECDC COVID-19 Dashboard for Europe

An interactive map from ECDC shows the latest available data on COVID-19. The dataset contains the latest available public data on COVID-19 including a daily situation update, the epidemiological curve and the global geographical distribution (EU/EEA and the UK, worldwide).

4. DXY – COVID-19 China Real-time Report

A website by a group of medical practitioners and professionals in China is providing the province level insights into COVID-19 within China.

A website by a group of medical practitioners and professionals in China is providing the province level insights into COVID-19 within China.

5. Genomic epidemiology of novel coronavirus – Global subsampling

Genomic epidemiology of novel coronavirus - Global subsampling. Showing 3176 of 3207 genomes sampled between Jan 2020 and Apr 2020.
Map showing 3176 of 3207 genomes sampled between Jan 2020 and Apr 2020.

Nextstrain’s interactive time series dashboard on the spread of the coronavirus includes information on how the genetics of the virus has changed as it has spread around the globe.