I have chosen to plot total deaths as that number is much more
reliable for comparison of countries than "confirm positives". In
my stupid state of Colorado, there is for all intents and purposes
no testing at all. A number of the positive results that are
posted on the Colorado government website are classified positive
based on symptoms only, and they do not break out how many are
from the Reverse Transcription-Polymerase Chain Reaction test or
from symptoms. Deaths, while not 100% accurate should be a more
reliable indicator. As the deaths climb, so does the demand on the
health care infrastructure.
The Johns Hopkins death data is here (at least as of March 25):
Hopkins csv file for deaths
You can go up a few directories here:
and work your way through other data and other visualizations.
Another site I use, which is updated between midnight and 2am
London time is here:
Hundley Lag Charts
The Financial Times Chart
Neat graphs out of Univeristy of Washington showing peaks by state, and I think updated either real time or daily
I will add more as I find good ones, and try and update the above chart daily.
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This page last updated March 25, 2020