The following plots and maps focus on the St. Louis metropolitan statistical area, which covers fifteen counties in Missouri and Illinois.

Infections

These plots show patterns in infections for counties within the St. Louis metro area.

Static Map

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Infection Rates

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New Infections

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Data Table

Notes

Mortality

These plots show patterns in deaths for counties within the St. Louis metro area.

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Mortality Rates

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Case Fatality Rate

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Data Table

Notes

  • The underlying data for these plots are available from GitHub in the county_full.csv table, which is assembled from data provided by the New York Times.
  • The FAQ contains short explanations of per-capita rates and log plots.
  • All averages presented are 7-day rolling averages.
  • The abbreviation “CFR” states for case fatality rate (the number of deaths divided by the number of known cases, expressed as a percentage).

Infection Rates by ZCTA (Zip Code)

This map shows infections as a rate per 1,000 residents for all ZCTAs with five or more patients. It is important not to map the raw counts themselves, but if you want to see those data, click on a ZCTA or the data table.

Interactive Map