Data Sources and References

- April 20, 2020

Data Sources

Data sources: WHOCDCECDCNHCDXY1point3acresWorldometers.infoBNOthe COVID Tracking Project (testing and hospitalizations), state and national government health departments, and local media reports. 

References

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