Covid-19 and mobility data graphed

  1. Below is a graphic showing new cases trends in the US. The second and third tabs show the states with the most growth. The growth estimate is from the rise (rise over run) of the loess smoothing (the adjustable span or smoothing parameter has an initial value 0.10) for each state's new cases (over that last 9 months). It shows the states that have positive (red) and negative (green) trends. The more positive the trend, the more Covid-19 growth in that state. Negative trends indicates Covid-19 receding in these states. Check out the state data in section 2.b. below to better understand these trends. --> (see the data tab for details) The CDC is now reporting new cases and deaths data for a weekly period which smooths out the fluctuations (some states did not report on Sunday for example) of the daily reports which stopped on October 20, 2022. The weekly updates usually happen mid-week (Wednesday) at about 2:30PM.

    The latest Covid-19 trends are shown.



  2. Data from the CDC, Our World in Data and healthdata.gov.
    1. This app shows state and US PCR Test counts trends (Healthdata.gov).
    2. This app shows state and US Case trends or US only trends (CDC).
    3. This app shows state Hospitalizations (Healthdata.gov).
    4. This app shows vaccination trends from Our World In Data and this app shows vaccination trends from the CDC.
    5. This CDC website shows Variant proportions.
  3. Google mobility data graphed using Google data collected for assessing Covid-19 response and social distancing impact on the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic. "See how your community is moving around differently due to COVID-19."
    Google stopped updating this data on 2022-10-15.
    1. This app shows Country mobility comparisons. See worldometers.info for Covid-19 trends by country for comparison.
    2. This app shows Country and State mobility comparisons.
    3. This app shows US State and County mobility comparisons.
  4. Other Covid links here.

Apps unrelated to covid.

  1. Near real time graphs.
  2. DC crime map.
  3. Prince Georges County crime map.
  4. Montgomery County crime map.