People live in cities, towns, and villages where COVID-19 is evolving in different ways spatially and temporally. This dashboard, created by researchers at Princeton University, allows exploring the data interactively on the map and visualizing each district’s data over time. Coming soon will be the capacity to explore social, infrastructural, and environmental correlates of COVID-19.
This dashboard has been created with three goals in mind.
- Visualize the severity and progression of COVID-19 across 640+ districts in India.
- Create open-source data to explore complex interactions of COVID-19 outcomes with social, environmental, and infrastructural determinants of health.
- Invite additional crowd-sourced information that might be relevant for a granular understanding of COVID-19 in urban and rural areas of India.
Explore data below and interactively in the map. Click on each district circle to view data over time.
India Daily District-Level COVID-19 Dashboard was created by Dr. Bhartendu Pandey and Dr. Jianyu Gu, working with Prof. Anu Ramaswami across the Sustainable Urban Systems (SUS) Lab and M. S. Chadha Center for Global India (CGI).
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The data used to create this dashboard are drawn from various publicly available sources including COVID19India.org and Landscan. Data are provided as-is. Princeton University (PU), SUS lab, and CGI cannot verify the accuracy of the data, which is likely to evolve over time. We will update the data daily and/or as updates become available. Administrative boundaries shown on the map are approximate and intended for general reference, and may not reflect the true boundaries.