Interact with the data D.C. collects on Covid-19. Pan, zoom, and create your own charts to better understand the trends behind the pandemic


Want to learn more about the city's response? Visit D.C.'s official website.

This unofficial website uses data from the D.C.'s official data portal to show a more detailed account of the pandemic. Neighborhood population data comes from combinations of the latest census tract level data from 2019.

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Looking for vaccination data? As of 1/25, D.C. has stopped releasing the data in the format that it had been. Vaccinations by day and by residency and second dose information is now illegible on the screenshot that D.C. Health releases. Hopefully in the future D.C. Health will commit to releasing this data, preferably in a tabular format rather than a screenshot of a bar chart. When that happens, vaccination data will return to this website. Until then, the CDC's COVID Data Tracker is the best way to follow vaccine administration in D.C.

As of right now, there is no way to tell:

Basic Data

Note: District-Wide tests are based on the "Total Overall Number of Tests" variable released by D.C., and is different than the testing data referenced in D.C.'s ReOpening Metrics.

Neighborhood Data

Select a neighborhood in the legend to activate it on the chart!

Note: District-Wide positivity is based on the "Total Overall Number of Tests" variable released by D.C., and is different than the positivity data referenced in D.C.'s ReOpening Metrics.

Schools

Individual school data comes from DCPS Reopen Strong, and may not reflect the most recent changes.

Note: D.C. does not release DCPS data from weekends.

Neighborhood Maps

Age Data

Ward Data

Note: District-Wide positivity is based on the "Total Overall Number of Tests" variable released by D.C., and is different than the positivity data referenced in D.C.'s ReOpening Metrics.

Note: District-Wide tests are based on the "Total Overall Number of Tests" variable released by D.C., and is different than the testing data referenced in D.C.'s ReOpening Metrics.

Hospitalization Data

Race and Ethnicity Data

Note: DC releases separate Race and Ethnicity case data, but combines Race and Ethnicity in death data.