How is Massachusetts doing in its battle against the coronavirus?
These charts, built from data on the state’s website, tell the story. The data comes from daily reports, weekly reports, and files the state has made available for download.
The charts take a state- and county-level view. You can find a town-by-town breakdown here.
At the bottom of the page, several charts provide an overview of the status of the pandemic across the United States.
The following derive from data included in the Massachusetts Department of Public Health’s daily coronavirus dashboard.
As the Globe has reported, the state switched in August to a reported positivity rate that divides the number of total cases by the number of total tests, rather than the number of total cases divided by the number of people tested. Below is a chart that maps both rates. Read more here.
The following derive from data included in the Massachusetts Department of Public Health’s weekly coronavirus public health dashboard. The dashboard is released on Thursday each week.