This downloadable workbook includes a starter dashboard as well as an embedded connection to trusted COVID-19 activity data. This data is sourced from the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control as well as The New York Times (who is aggregating data from state and local governments and health departments for the United States). Anyone can blend their own data with this workbook to better understand the impact on their organization. View the Dashboard
Recognition and prevention of fraudulent information
COVID-19 case data is the most important data right now. It’s the basis of how we’re seeing and measuring the impact of this virus in the world. We are providing a global coronavirus tracker to help you stay updated on the confirmed case and death totals, the spread of coronavirus, and the places most impacted by this pandemic.
The latest guidance states that US localities should have a “downward trajectory of documented cases within 14 days” before proceeding with a gradual, phased reopening. In this visualization, Christian Felix uses several different methods to show whether a locality is experiencing such a downward trajectory or a sustained reduction of cases
In a time like this, when quick, accurate decisions can have both an immediate and lasting impact,the problem is that who can have made the investment in a data solution and a data culture.