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Transforms the data from CSSEGISandData/COVID-19 into a json file. Available at Updated three times a day using GitHub Actions.

The json contains the number of Coronavirus confirmed cases, deaths, and recovered cases for every country and every day since 2020-1-22:

  "Thailand": [
      "date": "2020-1-22",
      "confirmed": 2,
      "deaths": 0,
      "recovered": 0
      "date": "2020-1-23",
      "confirmed": 3,
      "deaths": 0,
      "recovered": 0

For example, if you want to use it from a web site:

  .then(response => response.json())
  .then(data => {
    data["Argentina"].forEach(({ date, confirmed, recovered, deaths }) =>
      console.log(`${date} active cases: ${confirmed - recovered - deaths}`)

Projects using this dataset (+ add yours)





Adding your project to the list

Pull requests adding more projects to this list are welcome, just a few rules:

  • Add only open source projects
  • Make sure the project cite this repo as a data source (with a link)
  • Follow the same order as the rest of the list - [project-name](your-project-url) ([repo](repo-url)): description
  • Try not to add extra blank lines, it breaks the formatting

👉 add a new project to the list


The code from this repo is MIT licensed.
The data is under CSSEGISandData/COVID-19 terms of use.