Real Time Interactive Coronavirus Tracking in Florida, US, Globally

Mish

Concerned about the coronavirus? A new site tracks Florida in detail, plus the rest of the US and globally.

Reader "Zavo" just posted this on my site.

Mish, I was inspired by your COVID tracking data site you found and your projection graphs you posted to add similar projections to our interactive map at work. This map (dashboard) contains details on the coronavirus in Florida, USA, and the world. We added lots of nice data graphs to consume, including hospitalizations. Zoom out on the map to see spatial data for the states and other countries. The COVID tracking data site was a great find. Thanks.

Coronavirus Dashboard

Thanks to Zavo for an excellent site.

Please check out the Coronavirus Dashboard.

The site says "Florida Coronavirus Dashboard", but it is not just Florida. My snip shows New York.

International

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Use the wheel on your mouse or the +- keys to zoom in and on the central portion of the site to zoom not just nationally, but internationally.

Here is one of my posts that seems to have inspired Zavo: Coronavirus Trend: One in 10 of Those Hospitalized Die

Here is my original post: Covid Tracking Project: How Long to 1 Million US Cases?

I don't deserve much credit (but I am pleased to have helped in a small way).

Hats off to Zavo and everyone else involved if it is a team effort.

Also thanks to the Covid Tracking Project for the data.

Mike "Mish" Shedlock

Comments (27)
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ionicmantoms
ionicmantoms

Hi @Mish this story reminded me an on old saying of yours. A variant of it might go something like: those who can't be hospitalized, won't be hospitalized.

numike
numike

YES! I am all set with the closing company this coming April 3 to close and get rid of my condo in FL! And I will finally be totally out of , virus or not, the Fd up state of Florida!

njbr
njbr

100,000 cases by arcgis Johns Hopkins!!!!!!

Zavo GIS
Zavo GIS

Mish, glad you like the map & stats. Yes, it was a team effort. Kudos to our GIS Analyst for creating the 'Dashboard' and thanks to the Florida Department of Health, Johns Hopkins, and the COVID Tracking Project for compiling the data. Our aim is to maintain this service as long as necessary. We will continue to expand the type information as time permits. Godspeed to all.

njbr
njbr

200,000 early next week ?

NewUlm
NewUlm

Tracking is nice, but limits the understanding of risk. All data-sets needs the following...

  • All cases by age groups, 10-year bands(with full data downloadable)
  • Hospital admission by Age
  • ICU by Age
  • Number of Vents used / Number recovered by Age
  • Deaths by Age

Listing of co-morbidity for all hospital cases - Heart Disease, High blood pressure, diabetes, COPD, etc.

Poor and combine stats are being used to spike fear like: "48% of death in NYC are under 72" - WTF does that mean????

We need to admit C19 discriminates, not by race or gender, but by AGE and CO-morbidity. In WA as I type 93% of cases are 60+, 99% 50+, no one under 39 has died, also Bloomberg had posted age data and co-morbidity in Italy, 98.5% cases had a 2nd issue at the average age of death is 79.5. And a small study out of NYC show 95% had a co-morbidity
IT - https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-03-18/99-of-those-who-died-from-virus-had-other-illness-italy-says
NYC - https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-03-25/most-nyc-covid-19-dead-had-other-health-problems-city-data-show

What is overwhelming hospitals are NOT spring-breakers, but 60+year olds that won't stay inside or avoid contact. I am in my mid-40 with kids, we are staying in, taking precautions, but not going crazy. When I leave my house to shop, I see waaaay to many 60+ yr olds out-and-about. I've told my father, mid 60's with COPD to BUG IN... he is leaving his house nearly daily, crazy.

Felix_Mish
Felix_Mish

For numbers geeks, the NYTimes is trying to track all cases by county at:

They publish their data in .csv form on GitHub:

As of this moment, GitHub says the data is "initial public release" as of 17 hours ago.

Is a US Census .csv file with county population data, which you'd want to calculate <code>death_count / population = death_count_per_person</code> or some such.

numike
numike

Florida’s huge ‘Republican-rich’ retirement settlement hit with coronavirus community spread:

sangell
sangell

I've been using the Florida DOH 'dashboard'. While I know the number of confirmed cases and the approximate population of my county what I don't know is the number of tests ( at bats?) to get a real feel for the 'batting average' of the population. I use Worldometer's state by state breakdown and its daily increase to get a better handle on the problem. It looks bad by any measure as the number of cases keeps on keeping on in relentless fashion.

GeorgeWP
GeorgeWP

The link says 100,000 US tests a day. With 17,000 +ve. 17% !!! He suggests >5% is needed but the countries that have it under control are getting >1%. So US needs to be testing 1.7m at the moment and doing heavy isolation measures to get it under control. Obviously it is doing neither so 1m isn't far away.

AussiePete
AussiePete

That Coronavirus Dashboard is reporting wildly inaccurate information about Australia - it's reporting hundreds of deaths for some reason. Total deaths here at the moment from covid 19 is only 14


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