COVID-19 / 2019-nCoV CORONAVIRUS CASE DATABASE

Data reports as of Feb 17, 2020 21:25 -05:00 / Feb 18, 2020 02:25 +00:00 / Feb 18, 2020 10:25 +08:00

This database allows statistical comparisons, analysis, and potentially projections of the 2019-nCov infections. These are officially reported numbers and while they are likely to be lower than real numbers, they are not likely to be higher.

While there are a number of resources that post current daily stats, it is harder to find daily historical numbers going to the first known infection case that was recorded on December 1, 2019.

All dates are in GMT (UTC) /+00 and all effort was made to convert dates on reports to the UTC time.

Reports that come after 19:00 ET/ / 00:00 UTC are entered in the next day.  

The main purpose of the database is statistical analysis. For immediate updates, you may want to check BNO News 

Feb 17 2020 Notice:
According to media reports, China do not test people for COVID-19 unless they come from Hubei province or were in contact with a confirmed case. USA CDC do not test unless you have symptoms and came from China. At this point, all statistics are flawed but it is all we have.

Over the past week, China have been adding 1500-2000 new cases a day and 100-150 deaths a day for Hubei province.

Feb. 12 2020 Notice:
China changed their testing methods (lung scans vs testing kits), which caused increase in the reported cases

Data available:
  • Breakdown by Country and Region
  • Daily New Case counts
  • Daily Growth Rate percentage
  • Daily Death Rate percentage
  • Graphs and pivoting
You can download all the data as CSV or copy the database. Note that we are working on confirming and calculating some data from Jan 18-21

If you find it useful or there are errors, leave a comment or email us (email is in the profile). If you want to see some specific stats or types of charts, let us know. Please see credits tab in the database and the index tab for data source links and report downloads.

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