Since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis, California has had to face facts and make hard decisions. Defeating COVID-19 will require collaboration between state government, local governments, research universities, technologists, citizen scientists, and other members of the public.
California has collected a wide range of data to inform its response to COVID-19, and developed tools to help process and analyze that data. The state is making these data and tools open and available for researchers, scientists, and technologists.
It’s available as a downloadable set, and in new models and dashboards.
The California COVID-19 Assessment Tool (CalCat) is a model to inform state and local response. You can find nowcasts, forecasts, and scenarios.
See the curve:
Statewide case statistics and demographics. This includes positive cases, deaths, and testing results.
The impact on hospitals in the state of California. This includes positive patients by county, ICU positive patients, and suspected.
The ability to respond to patients that need beds in facilities such as hospitals, arenas, and other alternative care facilities.
The impact of Project Roomkey and other measures to help on our homeless population. This includes room acquisition, room occupancy, and trailer distribution.
The COVID-19 database is available for you in two ways:
- Access the database directly from Snowflake Data Marketplace in ready-to-query SQL format. If you are not a Snowflake customer, sign up for a free trial account today.
- Access the data through the California Open Data Portal.
The COVID-19 datasets contain the following information. Some of these data dictionaries map back to the data dashboards above.
Questions about the dataset
Please direct any questions to StateInfo@state.ca.gov.