These are some various resources on the SARS-CoV-2 that I have found useful:
- Tracking the coronavirus in California (LA Times): Good visualization, also drills down to county-level and hospital-level detail, which I haven’t seen elsewhere
- For example, there are maps and charts on the San Luis Obispo County page that help visualize where the pandemic has hit hardest—like the Five Cities area recently?
- Covid Act Now: National visualization, that goes down to state and county-specific stats and charts
- For instance, they have charts to compare cases, deaths, hospitalizations, and ICU levels in locations you can select. Linked I have Los Angeles, Ventura, Santa Barbara, and San Luis Obispo Counties.
- The San Luis Obispo Positive Cases site has been reliable during the entire pandemic, and I’m sure their vaccine page will be useful in the coming weeks and months.
- The New York Times also has a “Track Coronavirus Cases in Places Important to You” page, which I’ve used for months. Sometimes I’ve had a hard time finding this page from their site and app without going to my bookmark for it.
- There is also the CA State Dashboard for the outbreak, which has a lot of data and visualization, including everything linked from the Data and Tools page.