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The public deserves the most complete data available about COVID-19 in the US. No official source is providing it, so we are.

The COVID Tracking Project

Every day, our volunteers compile the latest numbers on tests, cases, hospitalizations, and patient outcomes from every US state and territory.

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Latest totals:

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COVID-19 isn't affecting all communities equally. We've partnered with the Boston University Center for Antiracist Research to collect the most complete racial data anywhere in the COVID Racial Data Tracker.

We’re tracking racial and ethnic data from every state that reports it—and pushing those that don’t to start. Together with the BU Center for Antiracist Research, we’re analyzing this data to uncover the true impact of the outbreak on vulnerable communities.

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Our data powers crucial reporting and research. Here are just a few of the organizations that rely on our dataset.

Johns Hopkins

Johns Hopkins relies on our testing data for its COVID-19 Testing Insights Initiative, which brings data and expert analysis together in one place. The initiative is designed to help policymakers and the public understand the trajectory of the pandemic, and make decisions about the path forward.

The White House

The White House chose the COVID Tracking Project as the best source to cite for daily US test numbers in its “Opening Up America Again” testing strategy.

COVID Exit Strategy

Created by a group of public health and crisis experts, identifies critical interventions needed to stop the spread of COVID-19, and urges government decision-makers to apply them. They use our data to power a dashboard comparing each state’s interventions and testing levels with case counts and deaths over time.

See how we work, what we’re learning, and what’s changing in our data on our project blog.

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Who’s using our data

News organizations including The New York Times, The Washington Post, CNN, Vox, ProPublica, and The Wall Street Journal use our data in their reporting.