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Tracking the impact of COVID-19

Interactive data displays to inform decisions on protecting lives and livelihoods amid the COVID-19 crisis

The Emotion Archive

How have people around the world coped with the COVID-19 crisis? This interactive lets you explore the reflections of 122 people in eight countries who took the time to let us into their lives during the pandemic.

COVID-19 case tracker

Epidemiological data on the pandemic, with global, country, and local views.

Tracking US unemployment through the COVID-19 crisis

See how unemployment data are changing across states, counties, and sectors.

The prevalence of COVID-19 across the United States

Epidemiological data tracking the extent of the coronavirus outbreak and testing efforts

Community movement during the pandemic

Shelter-in-place orders have a significant influence on where people spend their time.

US small-business vulnerability during the COVID-19 crisis

The most vulnerable sectors include some 1.7 million small businesses.

Market valuation of sectors in 2020

Explore changes across global industries.

Mapping vulnerable US jobs

How COVID-19 shutdowns could affect workers in states and metro areas.

Vulnerable US jobs by demographic group

Low-wage, minority, and younger workers are most likely to hold jobs at risk from COVID-19.

The prevalence of COVID-19 across the United States

Epidemiological data tracking the extent of the coronavirus outbreak and testing efforts

Employment impact of COVID-19 across industries and occupations

Up to 57 million jobs are vulnerable, but demand has increased for some job categories.

COVID-19 case tracker

Epidemiological data on the pandemic, with global, country, and local views.

Vulnerable populations dashboard

McKinsey’s open-access dashboard looks at individuals with physical or behavioral health vulnerability and their risk for developing COVID-19.

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