COVID-19 by Combined Statistical Area (CSA)

COVID-19 is an infectious disease caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). The disease causes mild to severe respiratory illness with the most common symptoms being cough, fever, tiredness, and difficulty breathing (in more severe cases). You can protect yourself by washing your hands frequently, avoiding close contact (2 meters or 6 feet) with people who are sick, and cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched surfaces daily.

  • Confirmed Cases
  • Deaths
The rate of infection is defined as the number of confirmed cases in a combined statistical area (CSA) divided by the total population. A CSA is based on the Unites States Office of Management and Budget classification of US metropolitan and micropolitan areas that are connected economically or socially. Using CSA classifications instead of state data provides a more accurate picture of population centers in the US that would concentrate transmission. The x-axis represents the number of days since reporting at least 20 confirmed cases or 1 death for COVID-19 infections in the CSA. Data is acquired from county level data made publicly available by the New York Times and Johns Hopkins University's Center For Systems Science and Engineering.
Combined Statistical Areas:

Cookie Consent

By continuing to browse or by clicking 'Accept', you agree to the storing of cookies on your device to enhance your site experience and for analytical purposes. To learn more about how we use the cookies, please see our cookies policy.

'