Data Resources

coronavirus against a background screen of dataIn the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, researchers have responded to the urgent need for data to track and understand the effects of the coronavirus on human populations.  Data is being generated and made available by a wide range of sources. 

Some data are provided freely and publicly. Other data might be subject to confidentiality or other legal restrictions, or data providers may place specific terms and conditions on thir use. Please refer to Yale guidelines and policies.

We invite you to check this page frequently for updated information and announcements.


COVID-19 Data

We are continuously updating a list of data providers that can be viewed by category:

Academic | Government | Non-Governmental Organizations | Commercial | Public-Private Partnerships | Yale University


Data provided by any organization might come with terms and conditions such as, limitations on the use of data, obligations to safeguard the data, and privacy rights that are associated with transfers of confidential or protected data. Researchers planning to obtain data from a third party should follow guidance from the Office of Sponsored Projects.


Data citation is an important component of data sharing and reuse.  Please be sure to cite the data you use in your publications.  Follow the recommended citation format provided by the organization where available, or adopt the general guidelines established by the Yale University Library.


Covidestim is a “nowcasting” statistical model developed by epidemiologists at Yale and Harvard that shows in real-time the latest COVID-19 levels county by county throughout the U.S.

 Mapping the New Politics of Care, developed at Yale and Columbia, displays the COVID-19 vaccine distribution strategy of each county of each state.

The Atlantic’s COVID Tracking Project will soon come to an end.