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Reported by WHO website, this dashboard shows the latest statistics of the pandemic for countries and regions.

The most famous COVID-19 dashboard has an elegant design and reports the basic statistics of the pandemic.

They have shared their data set publicly on their github page.

 Developed by a volunteer team from the Faculty of IT, Monash University, this dashboard shows the latest status of COVID-19 in Australia.

Apart from commonly reported statistics, this website presents tweets and news about COVID-19, location of hospitals or COVID-19 assessment centres on the map, and the flights to Australia with confirmed cases.

@COVID_Australia uses the data from this website to tweet the latest news about COVID-19 in Australia.

Dedicated to Victoria, this is one of the few dashboards that reports statistics by sex and age group and also shows mode of acquisition.

The website lists a collection of graphs and dashboards based on John Hopkins COVID-19 Data Repository.

An open source dashboard that uses John Hopkins COVID-19 Data. What makes it interesting is a timelapse of the spread of the disease in the world.

There is a nice blog post about this dashboard which describes the data, technology  and resources to help readers create their own region-specific dashboards.

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Reports and Other Resources

This collection includes fact sheets for the general public and industry about coronavirus (COVID-19)

Updated data and overviews of cases in Australia with simple plots and tables.

Produced by journalist and communications consultant Juliette O’Brien and run by volunteers, this website describes COVID-19 situation in Australia using nice charts and graphs. 

Travel-related transmissions over time, transmission sources and the description of the affected people in Australia are some of the interesting points of this report.

Mostly focussed on China, this very well presented report explores the topic from different aspects and provides great insights.

Provides updated report using simple tables and plots and daily data is available for download.

A good source of data and links about the topic.

Some useful links and resources.

A valuable list of new 2019 novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) content from across The Lancet journals.

  • COVID-19 Open Research Dataset (CORD-19): CORD-19

Distributed Centre for Security and Emerging Technology(CSET) and Allen Institute for AI, partnered with other research groups, CORD-19 is a free, open resource for the global AI community.

The Dataset contains more than 44,000 articles in JSON format about COVID-19 and the coronavirus family of viruses. It represents the most extensive machine-readable coronavirus literature collection available for data and text mining to date. 

CORD-19 contains 29,000 full-text articles with a wealth of information about the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2), the associated illness COVID-19, and related viruses.

COVID-19 data, tools and findings from the Kaggle community.

  • Outcome Health reports: A series of papers exploring the impact of COVID-19 on Australian General Practice and the broader healthcare community: