US Details (Click on or touch a state to see trends for the state)
(Click on or touch a state to see trends for the state)
1. State of Vaccination
Answer questions such as -
How many people have received 1st and/or 2nd doses?
How do states compare with each other?
Data Source: CDC.govOpen the visualisation...
2. Vaccination By US States
Answer questions such as -
Which States Are Leading In The Race To Get Their Populations Vaccinated?
Data Source: NPROpen the visualisation...
3. Major Indicators
Show trends of Cases, Deaths, Cases per 100k population and Deaths per 100k population. Show them by daily, total or 7-day averages.
Answer questions such as - How is the country or a state doing overall?
Data Source: CDCOpen the visualisation...
4. Risk Level by State
Risk levels are based on a scale developed by the Harvard Global Health Institute and a collaboration of top scientists at institutions around the country.
Data Source: Johns Hopkins UniversityOpen the visualisation...
5. Timeline of Events
Quick visualisation showing the timeline of events since December 2019.Open the visualisation...
6. Case Trends by Zip Code in Maryland
Case Trends by Zip Code in Maryland.
Data Source: Maryland Department of HealthOpen the visualisation...
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