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Federal COVID Data 101: What We Know About Race and Ethnicity Data

Publicly available federal race and ethnicity COVID-19 data is currently usable and improving, although it shares many of the problems we’ve found in state-reported data.

By Alice Goldfarbpublished on March 19, 2021updated at 12:00 am ET on April 8, 2021

A New Surge Has Arrived in Michigan, but We Don’t Know What It Will Look Like

According to federal data, COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations have reversed their decline in Michigan, marking a new surge concentrated in and around Detroit, but affecting regions statewide.

Federal COVID Data in a Single Stream

We’ve created a bit of code that helps combine federal testing, case, deaths, and hospitalization data into a single spreadsheet.

By Zach Lipton, Dave Luo, & Peter WalkerMarch 15, 2021

Giving Thanks and Looking Ahead: Our Data Collection Work Is Done

While our work to compile COVID-19 data has concluded, we will continue to share research, analysis, and documentation in the months ahead. We are enormously grateful to the hundreds of volunteers who made this work possible.

By Erin Kissane & Alexis MadrigalMarch 8, 2021

Federal COVID Data 101: How to Find Data

Here’s where and how you can find COVID-19 data now that The COVID Tracking Project has ended.

Releasing our Annotations on COVID-19 State Data Definitions

As part of our wind-down process, we’re publicly sharing our structured metadata on state COVID-19 data definitions.

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