Tracking COVID-19 Cases in Appalachia

As of August 13, 2020, at 10:30 am, there were 280,626 cumulative cases throughout Appalachia and 6,033 cumulative deaths.

As of August 12, 2020, there were 280,021 cumulative cases in Appalachia and a seven-day rolling average of 3,950 new cases per day (down from 4,225 a week ago) and 78 new deaths per day (up from 64 a week ago. The presence of COVID-19 has been confirmed in all 420 counties in the Appalachian Region.

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 rest of the country. More county-level information regarding COVID-19 cases – including 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 – can be found using this searchable database. By hovering over each statistical icon, users can learn more about the supporting data. COVID-19 related data is updated daily.