Crisis Resources

Crisis Resources Alex Uses

The following is a quick list of the data-driven resources that Alex uses to gauge the effect the COVID-19 crisis is having on countries, various sectors of the population, and businesses. He does not have any control over the data that is presented in these resources. 

We may add and remove resources based on their availability and usefulness over time.

Daily case counts and morbidity. Confirmed cases and deaths by country, territory, or conveyance.

Our World In Data interactive charts and maps that show confirmed deaths, testing statistics, case counts and many more statistics. You can easily compare countries to each other and the world numbers as well.

New York Times interactive maps that show case counts by state, and deaths by state can be switched to per capita.

COVID-19 projections assuming full social distancing through May 2020

New York Times interactive maps that show case counts by state, and deaths by state can be switched to per capita.

Coronavirus spread in the United States on a map of the country over time.

Trading economics calendar of financial metric releases. These include mortgage applications, initial jobless claims, retail sales, crude oil information, and more.

How cities “flattened the curve” during the 1918 flu pandemic.

Visualization of viruses throughout history along with morbidity rate.

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