Our CovidClue™ web app provides timely analysis of pandemic patterns.
To assist critical infrastructure providers, public health officials, and emergency managers, Resilient Societies developed the CovidClue™ web application available online at www.covidclue.com. COVID-19 infection and fatality data for U.S. states, counties, and metro areas are updated daily. This analytically sophisticated web app has been funded by charitable contributors to Resilient Societies and is provided to corporations, governments, and the general public as a free service.
COVID-19 Impacts on Critical Infrastructure
The COVID-19 pandemic threatens not just human health, but also the reliability and security of critical infrastructure. Well before the infections became widespread in the U.S., operators of electric grid facilities quarantined key personnel and executed other elements of their pandemic plans. For more information on how COVID-19 impacts infrastructure providers, see our paper, "Preserving Operational Continuity for Electric Utility Control Rooms During the COVID-19 Pandemic."
Finding Virus Hot Spots
CovidClue™ has robust reporting capabilities that allow analysts to quickly identify virus hot spots in the U.S. The example below shows metro areas ranked by New Cases per Million Population. Other statistics available through the "point and click" user interface include New Deaths per Million Population, Cumulative Cases, Cumulative Deaths, and Infection Fatality Rate.
Comparing Infection and Fatality Trends
CovidClue™ gives analysts the ability to quickly compare trends among U.S. states, counties, and metro areas. The example below shows divergent virus patterns for four major metro areas: COVID-19 cases peaked early and rapidly declined for New York city; New Orleans also peaked early but is experiencing a second wave; Phoenix peaked and is now declining; Miami is now reaching the top of its first wave. A variety of COVID-19 statistics can be graphed; time periods presented are customizable.