COVID-19 Data for Florida
A community-based surveillance and data dashboard is currently being constructed to deliver the most up-to-date and complete information to Floridians concerned about government censorship of data.
DOH Service Layer Links (through ArcGIS Online):
New Data – Developed for the Florida Community COVID Dashboard
- API/Service Layer: Florida Surveillance, including anti-body testing
- API/Service Layer: Florida Long-term care facility deaths data by facility name (pulled from weekly DOH report here)
Historical COVID Data for Florida:
- April 2019 (county data by date)
- March 2019 (county data by date)
- Testing by zip code by date (March 2- May 16)
(Includes duplicate and re-tests)
- Historical daily reports (links to list of PDFs)
- Historical “Florida Metrics” data (re-released for dates through June 7, 2020) (email for csv file)
- Data Definitions document/schema guide for DOH data, made available through May 6, 2020.
Third party data resources
- Historical data captured by The Covid Tracking Project
- Columbia University’s COVID Modeling Project and Data Explorer (see below example)
- National Institutes of Health Data Resource Library
- COVID Projections by the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation
- Main CDC Data Repository
- COVID-19 Secondary Data and Statistics from the CDC
- R Resources for modeling, displaying COVID-19 Data
What I’m looking to find:
- Data on community resources – including (but not limited to – food banks, elder care, transportation assistance, assistance with pets and children, etc., from county to local level.
If a fire station is giving away boxed lunches, let me know.
If a closed school is providing technology, books or food for kids, let me know.
If a group of people decided to form a volunteer dog-walking crew to help those with restricted mobility or those advised not to go out (whether positive or vulnerable), let me know.
- Local data on deaths, hospitalizations and cases that may not be published by the Florida DOH.
- Your stories, how this virus has impacted you and your family, and your hopes going into the future.
The form below is anonymous (optional to enter your email if you’d like me to follow up). Please feel free to post, share, and add data!