We are a group of public health and crisis experts. With former experience working at the White House, Department of Health and Human Services, and on the Ebola epidemic in West Africa. We are a non-partisan group, having worked across multiple administrations. We built this site to track each state's progress towards stopping the spread of COVID-19.

Our focus is the data available on the ground and how we can surface it in meaningful ways for state and local leaders to act on.

This is a collaborative effort between individuals from a few organizations. We are always looking for feedback on how we can make this resource more useful. If you have suggestions, please send them our way.

Ryan Panchadsaram (@rypan)- U.S. Digital Response
Natalie Davis - United States of Care
Kristin Wikelius (@kwikelius)- United States of Care
Cyrus Shahpar, MD (@cyrusshahpar)- Resolve to Save Lives
Laura Cobb, DrPH - Resolve to Save Lives
Marta Wosińska, PhD - Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy
David Anderson - Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy
Lucas Merrill Brown, PhD - U.S. Digital Response
Devin Hunt - U.S. Digital Response
David Goligorsky - U.S. Digital Response
Patrick Sheehan - U.S. Digital Response
Sean MacPherson - U.S. Digital Response
Brice Wolfgang- U.S. Digital Response
Wesley Woo - U.S. Digital Response

Data Sources
Cases, Deaths, Tests - COVID Tracking Project
Rt - rt.live
ILI Activity Level - CDC
ICU & Hospital Utilization - CDC


This is a volunteer effort and the data we use comes from publicly available sources. Our reports are only as good as the data that is being reported. If you are making critical decisions, we encourage you to visit the official federal, state, and local government websites.