Unless otherwise stated, national-level case and deaths data comes from the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control. Data for the US its territories comes from the Covid Tracking Project. Data for UK deaths data comes from the Department of Health and Social Care. Data for deaths in Spain comes from the revised data first published by the Ministry of Health on July 3.
Previous versions of this page used data from the Johns Hopkins University Center for Systems Science and Engineering and Worldometer.
Regional-level case and deaths data comes from official sources or verified local aggregation projects: the Covid Tracking Project (for US states), Montera34 (Spain), the Italian Department of Civil Protection, Public Health France, Jan-Philip Gehrcke (Germany), Canton of Zurich Statistical Office (Switzerland and Liechtenstein), the Public Health Agency of Sweden, the Brazilian Ministry of Health, the National Health Commission of China, and Tom E. White (UK).
The full excess mortality dataset used for this analysis is freely available for download on Github. It is compiled from data originally produced by: Statistics Austria, Sciensano (Belgium), the Civil Registry of Brazil, the Chilean Ministry of Science, Technology, Knowledge, and Innovation, Statistics Denmark, the Civil Registry of Ecuador, Statistics Finland, the French National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies (current and historic data), the German Federal Statistical Office, Statistics Iceland, Jakarta Provincial Park and Forest Service, the Israeli Ministry of Health, the Italian National Institute of Statistics, Statistics Netherlands, Statistics Norway, the Peruvian Ministry of Health, the Portuguese Directorate-General for Health, the Russian Federal State Statistic Service, the City of Moscow, the St Petersburg Civil Registry Committee, the South African Medical Research Council, the Spanish Institute of Health Carlos III, Statistics Sweden, the Swiss Federal Statistics Office, Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality, the UK Office for National Statistics (current and historic data for England and Wales), National Records of Scotland, the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency, and the US National Center for Health Statistics.
Help us improve these charts: Please email email@example.com with feedback, requests or tips about additional sources of national or municipal all-cause mortality data. Thank you to the many readers who have already helped us with feedback and suggestions. We continue to incorporate your suggestions and data every day. We will respond to as many people as possible.