Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic 2019-2020

Distribution of Epidemiological data for COVID-19 in USA by County and State is a nonpartisan, public service initiative and does not have any political agenda. We provide this information for FREE as a public service and are committed to maintaining and expanding it in the future.

This project is initiated by Dr. Raj Patel, MD, MSPH, a retired Public Health Professional who is trained in Medicine and Epidemiology. He worked for the State Health Department for 30 years as a Program Manager and Senior Research Scientist in many areas of the Division of the HIV, TB, Hepatitis and STI. His work includes but not limited to HIV Prevention and Education Services, Surveillance and Epidemiology Services, Care and Treatment Services, AIDS Drug Distribution, HIV Counseling, Testing and Notification Assistance Program. During the course of his Public Service he has worked very closely with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) and many Federal, State and County and Local Health Departments to provide a creative prevention strategies and solution to the public health epidemics. During his Public Health Service with the State Government, he was 100% funded by the cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

The purpose of this website is to summarize and simplify the ever changing complicated epidemiological and statistical data for the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) cases and death in USA. This coronavirus disease (COVID-19) data is organized and presented by the geographic location (county level) in a form of simple tables and charts.

At the positive COVID-19 cases and death are also distributed by county and state in FIVE distinct Risk Zones based on prevalence. This website detects the location of the user automatically and provides the user’s Country, State and National Data automatically if user allowed the location to be detected by our program. We do not collect or share ANY data from our users.

About OUR COVID-19 Data:

COVID-19 Epidemic is changing at a fast speed and thus the data also changes rapidly. Cases are continuously being reexamined by source (county, state and federal state health departments). This may result sometimes in reclassification of cases to ensure accuracy. Our data is based on various publicly available data source as listed below but not limited to them. We are doing our very best to provide you the most accurate and reliable data as possible as a public service. You must use this data for information purpose only.

Data Source:



COVID-19 Data from State Health Department and County Health department websites. State website links are provided on our website.

Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Update -Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

COVID-19 Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center

In general, Corona Virus cases include people who were tested and confirmed positive. Since the Testing protocol, availability and methodology as well as testing kits vary from state to state and sometimes even by institution. Some geographic location may not have data because they choose not to publish their data or haven’t done so recently for other reasons.

Since there are various sources that are tracking and aggregating coronavirus data and choose to update at different times and frequency and may gather the data in many different ways, it is almost difficult to have a consistently perfect data. None the less, this will definitely give user and viewer a very good idea of cross section of this epidemic across USA. We thank you for using our website.