Official Data Sources

Web Scrapers and Compiled Datasets

  • COVID-19 Tweet IDs: The repository contains an ongoing collection of tweets IDs associated with the novel coronavirus COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2), which commenced on January 28, 2020.

  • The Covid Tracking Project: The COVID Tracking Project collects information from 50 US states, the District of Columbia, and 5 other US territories including positive and negative results, pending tests, and total people tested for each state or district currently reporting that data.

  • Esri Global Cases: Pulls up-to-date data from WHO, US CDC, China NHC, ECDC, and DXY.

  • Esri Global Deaths: Pulls up-to-date data from WHO, US CDC, China NHC, ECDC, and DXY.

  • Esri US Cases: Pulls up-to-date US county level data from WHO, CDC, ECDC, NHC, DXY, 1point3acres,, BNO, state and national government health departments, and local media reports.

  • CORD-19: A free resource of over 44,000 scholarly articles, including over 29,000 with full text, about COVID-19 and the coronavirus family of viruses for use by the global research community.

  • Corona Data Scraper: Corona Data Scraper pulls COVID-19 Coronavirus case data from verified sources, finds the corresponding GeoJSON features, and adds population data.

  • Our World in Data COVID-19 Statistics and Research: A collection of data and visualizations collected from a variety of sources. Includes information on cases, deaths, testing, and mortality.

  • Google COVID-19 daaset access: A hosted repository of public datasets like the Johns Hopkins Center for Systems Science and Engineering, Global Health Data from World Bank, and OpenStreetMap data. Open unil September 15, 2020.

  • COVID-19 Dataset Clearinghouse: A collection of global open datasets including epidemiology, literature, economics, policy, and social traffic.

  • World Bank Understanding Covid: A collection of data from World Bank’s data catalog and other authoritative sources. Includes WB operational response, trade flow data, and social and labor policies.

  • Facebook’s Data for Good Combat COVID: Offers maps on population movement that researchers and nonprofits are already using to understand the coronavirus crisis, using aggregated data to protect people’s privacy. Includes co-location forecasting and movement range trends.

  • New York Times Coronavirus Case Data: A regularly updated dataset of coronavirus cases for every US county.