Town of Dumfries
Covid-19 Response Tracker
About the Data
How to use the Data
- Each visualization’s default view is set to the Town of Dumfries or Prince William County.
- Users can explore confirmed case data across Virginia by modifying the filters and drilling into specific geographic regions and date ranges.
- If you prefer to conduct your own analysis, click "View Source Data" in the bottom left corner of the map to access the full dataset, create your own visualizations, export the data, or access the Socrata Open Data API.
Where is this Data sourced
- The Johns Hopkins University Center for Systems Science and Engineering provides daily, automated Covid-19 case count information updated at 21:00 PST. This dashboard is filtered on U.S. specific case counts.
- The Covid Tracking Project provides testing information sourced from state departments of health in the U.S.
- The Virginia Open Data Portal provides vaccination quantity and demographic information from the Virginia Department of Health.
Prince William County Covid-19 At-A-Glance
Confirmed Cases by Date Reported
Latest Confirmed Cases by Location
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the U.S. exceeds 500,000 cases, and that figure is increasing. At least one person has tested positive for the virus in every state across the U.S., as well as in Washington, D.C., and four U.S. territories.
Covid-19 Vaccination Outcomes
Daily Vaccine Doses Administered - Past 90 Days
Vaccine Doses Administered by Race and Ethnicity
Vaccine Doses Administered by Sex
- World Health Organization: This site includes Covid-19 situation reports updated daily.
- CSSEGISandData/Covid-19: This site includes data on novel coronavirus cases provided by John Hopkins University Center for Systems Science and Engineering.
- The Covid Tracking Project: This site includes web scraping data from individual state health department agencies displaying information related to positive, negative, and pending tests across the United States.
- U.S. National Library of Medicine Disaster Lit: This database for disaster medicine and public health includes links to documents at no cost, including expert guidelines, research reports, conference proceedings, training classes, factsheets, databases, and more.
- U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: This site includes resources for the community.