Appalachia’s first COVID-19 cases were confirmed in early March. 143 days later, on July 26, Doddridge County, West Virginia became the final of Appalachia’s 420 counties to report a confirmed COVID-19 case. Drawing on data from the Johns Hopkins University, COVID-19 Cases in Appalachia maps COVID-19’s spread in the region in relation to the rests of the country.
More county-level information regarding COVID-19 cases can be found using the searchable database offering demographic data snapshots of confirmed cases and deaths in relation to hospital bed counts, population and businesses, and categories of people at risk for COVID-19. By hovering over each statistical icon, users can learn more about the supporting data. COVID-19 related data is updated daily.