The New York Times, Johns Hopkins, and The COVID Tracking Project have all been tracking COVID-19 data and making it available for public consumption. I've updated my Power BI report from a previous post to include data from all three sources. Time permitting, I will continue to add new pages and refine the content. Click Here to view the report.
I have published this report to the web, so it is free for anyone to use anywhere. If you'd like to embed this report using an iFrame, it is also free and you can use the following code:
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Below is a training video for the report. The content is now outdated, but the methods for exploring the data are still valid:
Some additional new capabilities include advanced tooltips (hover over bars and charts to see them), a Home page, new Maps, and links to all of the data sources used in the reports.
Note that historical data that is publicly available usually isn't available until the evening or next day, so sometimes data you will see on near-real-time websites will be different. Also, I cannot guarantee that these data sources will continue to be available in the future or remain unchanged. These reports are intended for casual browsing and exploration of data, and should not be used as an official source of information. The official sources are linked from the reports.
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