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This project was launched out of The Atlantic to fill a major gap in publicly available COVID-19 testing data. Johns Hopkins University maintains a comprehensive case count, but no governmental or institutional source is publishing complete testing data—including not just identified cases, but how many people have been tested, and where. Without this data, we can't make informed decisions or accurately communicate risks. More >>
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In the Press
- Where the U.S. Stands Now on Coronavirus TestingThe New York Times•March 26, 2020
- Experts Say The Coronavirus Outlook Has Worsened, But The Trajectory Is Still UnclearFiveThirtyEight•March 26, 2020
- Coronavirus Hospitalization Numbers Are Spotty. Journalists, Help Us Fill in the Gaps.ProPublica•March 26, 2020
- Bay Area coronavirus cases climb as testing grows: 26% test positive at Hayward siteSan Francisco Chronicle•March 26, 2020