Tracking The Virus

There are a million and one websites where you can get your data. I have curated the top list where I like to go get mine from.

Some of these even have links to their sources, which improves my faith in them.


This is one fantastic website. It was recently developed in React.js and is simply beautiful. Stunning dark mode for the win.

    2. John Hopkins University

This was the first dashboard to come out. It had a few hiccups, but it’s on point and always my back up source.

    3. Australian Case Tracker: Covid-19-au

This is an underrated and a little bit of an unknown site. However, this is the closest to line level details I could find to Australian sites. You should check this to see if you may have been in contact.

Check it out here.

UPDATE 10 07 2020

    4. Australian Case Tracker: Covid Victoria

This is an excellent site that allows you to zoom into your local area. So if you have had that note about “LGA” and “Shire” question, this will help you find out about it. Zoom in and see. They have just (literally today on the 10th of July 2020, included a change over the past 24 hours with each area).

    3. Australian Case Tracker: Covid19Data

If you don’t like interactivity BUT can work through your numbers, then this site is for you. Laid out in simple tables, it shows you… well how bad it is or how good it is. As of today (10th July 2020), Victoria isn’t in a good state but the optimist in me says we can get over this.

I will update this page as I find any new items.

And always remember:

We are in this together. We will get through this together. Have Faith.