We took inspiration from this website created by Harry Stevens shortly after the start of the epidemic.
One of the most complete datasets currently available at the world scale. Its reliability is relative, given the disparity in countries’ healthcare systems but also the high number of unknown regarding the dynamics of this epidemic. The data is updated constantly.
This website offers a country by country visualisation of COVID-19 data made available by John Hopkins University.
A website which gathers and visualises world data made available by the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC).
A great article by Joshua Epstein, one of the leading specialists in epidemic modelling.
To track the situation at the world scale, from the WHO point of view.
This reference website on the subject, with very polished reports and an “epidemic simulator” (COVIDSIM) allows you to visualise the effect of different control strategies, with variations of duration and intensity.
This article reviews the existing models of COVID-19 as of the 31st March 2020. It calls for collaboration between scientists and decision makers, with trusted data and model exchanges while maintain the standards of scientific rigour and transparency.