|new confirmed||total confirmed|
|new deaths||total deaths|
The COVID-19 US dashboard can be filtered by state and by county. For the best experience, we recommend first selecting a state then selecting a county.
Coronavirus counts are retrieved each day from the New York Times state and county repository. New columns are added to the dataset to store daily confirmed cases and daily deaths, which are used to generate the New COVID-19 Cases per Day charts. Note that effective May 6th, 2020, the New York Times Dataset has been updated to include "probable" COVID-19 cases and deaths in addition to confirmed cases and deaths. For more on this change, please see the rationale provided by the New York Times team.
The daily charts are likenesses of Standard Celeration Charts, but they do not follow all of the accepted conventions associated with standard celeration charting. We use standard charts because they allow us to quickly see differences in rates of change across counties and states. Standard charts also help us see changes in slopes (turns), variability (bounce), and other phenomena.
The Chart People COVID-19 dashboard system uses an approach to the data that means you only load the dashboard data once per session. All interactions filter the data that have been temporarily stored in your browser. If you leave the site then return later, your browser will download the data again to ensure you have the most up-to-date information. We also make ongoing improvements to the dashboard files. Because of this, you might need to clear your browser's history and cache in order to see updates to the data or site. If you have any trouble seeing the new data, or you notice an issue with the data or charts, please contact us.