This compilation includes all of our research to-date on the coronavirus. High frequency charts on infection, mortality, economic and market data are updated as data becomes available, usually on a daily basis.
What’s new: Early tracking of variant B1.1.7 and vaccine efficacy (Section 3); Vaccination update by country and US state (Section 3)
Our research to-date on the coronavirus
- High frequency recovery tracking (mobility, manufacturing, retail, air travel, geolocation, oil, hotels, housing, etc.)
- Real time credit and debit spending data
- Global COVID infection snapshot by US state and country (trends, declines from peak levels)
- US hotspot tracking: infections, hospitalizations, mortality, testing and doctor visits
- Infection and mortality time series by country
- How lethal is COVID, and for whom?
- Early tracking of variant B1.1.7 and vaccine efficacy
- Vaccination update by country and US state
- How mRNA vaccines, vector vaccines and traditional vaccine types work
- Pfizer, Moderna, Oxford/Astrazeneca and J&J Phase III results
- The latest news on anti-virals, monoclonal antibodies, convalescent plasma and corticosteroids
- How virus testing and antibody testing work
- Pre-existing T-cell immune memory and COVID
- The latest seroprevalence tests in US states
- The issue of falling antibody levels in convalescing patients
- COVID health impacts on survivors
- One-page reports on each state with charts on infections, hospitalizations, mortality, testing levels, positive test rates, hospital ICU capacity rates and doctor visit indicators, and vaccinations
This compilation incorporates research and feedback from the Johns Hopkins University Center for Health Security, Harvard Medical School, the University of Toronto Dalla Lana School of Public Health, Washington University Biomedical Sciences Department, the La Jolla Institute for Immunology, the Imperial College of London Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology and the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the National Institutes of Health.