To reiterate, the government’s own local authority cases dashboard shows woefully incomplete data, amounting to less than 5% of new cases in some areas This is not flagged anywhere on the page.
Why are reported deaths from #covid19 falling much faster in Scotland than in England? Data from
Increasingly, the data published by on new #covid19 cases is missing the location, because the testing is by "commercial partners" (see ) How can test-trace-isolate be planned without location information? If they have it, why isn't it published?
Finally . Pillar 1 and 2 data published for England all downloadable in csv and Json. Thanks data science team
There’s a lot of concern about an uptick in infections in Leicester over the last few days, with the city now going back into lockdown, but here’s what you see if you look at the government’s published data on new cases in Leicester What new outbreak?
Covid positive tests (blue), hospital admissions 'with Covid' (orange), and deaths 'with Covid' (grey) for the UK. Data from
New coronavirus cases dashboard is out: And open-sourced:
This is a worry, big jump in new cases today to 1062, highest number in one day since 25th June. 165k tests yesterday, 6 days in a row without testing capacity data No hospital admission data since 5th August, critical this is updated asap
Scarily huge leap in new cases reported today- highest number of new cases for two months yet Government announced more relaxations of restrictions starting tomorrow. Are they actually reviewing the impact of the relaxations at all?
4649 new cases today 626 deaths No responsible politician could propose a lifting of the lockdown with these dreadful, shaming figures
Owing to technical difficulties with data processing, the England and UK cases and tests data is not expected to be updated today. The #COVID19 data dashboard is available here
Our COVID-19 statistics website has been updated. View the full UK dataset online: ➡️ You can also visit the interactive dashboard which included local authority data for England: ➡️
Covid deaths in the 'second wave' scale with age, but are not just for the old - some 30-something-year-olds. Note a significant number die after 28 days from a test, which is the number reported at
Telegraph reports that the official count of deaths from Covid-19 may be scrapped how to deal with bad news - keep it secret! Before they are redacted here they are NB the ONS and the excess mortality figures are both much higher
Our COVID-19 statistics website has been updated. View the full UK dataset online: ➡️ You can also visit the interactive dashboard which includes local authority data for England: ➡️
None of the data on the UK govs page here seems to be loading 😬 So I can't do the UK page update until that starts working again
New: Pillar 1 and pillar 2 data is now published daily by local authority on our dashboard. Here’s a comment from on the London data
Cambridge covid-19 lab confirmed cases by specimen date. Data from now includes "testing in all settings”. 24 cases in June. No cases on 26, 27 or 28 June, one reported so far from 29 June. Data from last 5 days may be incomplete.
Public Health England updated its coronavirus case tracker () last night to add Pillar 2 (drive-through/at home) tests at local level to previously published Pillar 1 (hospitals/PHE) tests. This (for Leicester) gives an idea of the huge gap between the two.
I downloaded the #UKGovernment's official numbers from here and have completed an analysis In the last 8 days there were 445 deaths that were not reported until now. I have plotted the change on this graph here and will update my daily graphs shortly
Is this the - which I also like a lot (data download link - brill!), and the MSOA map is brilliant and shows how much we've got both the data flow working in the UK and the testing depth.
According to NHS data, Covid is declining into oblivion. Quick put on your muzzle masks before its gone completely. Don't miss it! Limited time only!
Latest covid data - 17,234 positive cases now 4,367 patients in hospital with Covid. 507 in intensive care. Around 650 patients a day being admitted
There are 4,814 #COVID19 patients in hospital in England. Up 1,589 since last Saturday
Just noticed: On site, number of #Covid19 cases is updated to 6178 cases today, but the curve on accompanying graphic still bisects the y-axis at 4,500 or so. So the total figure has been updated, but data feeding into the chart has not. Cunning.
"We are experiencing technical difficulties and are working to restore the service as soon as possible. We apologise for any inconvenience." #Covid19UK #COVID19
No CSV data accompanying the new dashboard? Has it been relocated?
17,540 people tested positive for C*VID-19 yesterday in the UK, a new record. This government still doesn't have a clue what it's doing.
Whopper. Last updated on Wednesday 23 September 2020 at 4:00pm. Source:
1,522 coronavirus cases today in the UK... the 7-day rolling average curve has been inflecting slowly upward since ~6 July. I hope that the recent mask-in-shops mandate and localised restrictions help to get it moving in the other direction soon
An important development for all of us following the local and regional spread of coronavirus. A huge amount of case data published for the first time. Well overdue but thanks to and others responsible for getting there
And in the UK, you ask?
It is interesting that the UK government's Coronavirus dashboard's chart of Daily additional COVID-19 associated UK deaths by date reported has a "rolling average" (black line) that seems to suggest a downward movement... (See )
But apart from that, there's also an information deficit now. How has the number of new cases reported each day changed over the past week? The dashboard won't tell you. You'll have to go back over DHSC's tweet images to find that out.
More than 5600 patients in hospitals across the UK with #COVID19 Latest daily positives increase by 18,800
Last updated on Sunday 20 September 2020 at 4:00pm. Source:
Keep count. Last updated on Saturday 19 September 2020 at 4:10pm. Source:
4322 more new cases reported today. Last updated on Friday 18 September 2020 at 3:51pm. Source
With apologies. Data last updated on Thursday 17 September 2020 at 3:45pm. Source:
Meanwhile, last updated on Wednesday 16 September 2020 at 4:12pm. Source:
Last updated on Tuesday 15 September 2020 at 3:58pm. Source:
Sorry to say there were 3,330 new cases reported today. Last updated on Saturday 12 September 2020 at 4:00pm. Source:
3,497 more confirmed cases today. Last updated on Saturday 12 September 2020 at 4:00pm. Source:
#BecauseImALondoner I support local businesses online and work from home while I can, keep strict social distancing and wear a face covering if I have to go out locally, keep an eye on and , and share legitimate information
Last updated on Friday 11 September 2020 at 4:32pm. Updates:
3.5k cases today in UK
Last updated on Thursday 10 September 2020 at 4:11pm (source: )
Last updated on Wednesday 9 September 2020 at 3:50pm. (source: )
Last updated on Tuesday 8 September 2020 at 6:01pm (source: )
Last updated on Monday 7 September 2020 at 3:55pm. Double whopper. Source:
BOOM. Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the UK, last updated on Friday 4 September 2020 at 4:00pm BST (updates: )
Second wave’s on its way, unless the government gets a grip.
UK. Daily number of new people with a lab-confirmed #COVID19 positive test result reported on Thursday, 27 August 2020 - chart shows 7-day rolling average. Source:
Is this data/graph correct on / website? (steep decline in last 2 days) Or are lab tests being done elsewhere or something? Would be delighted if it was correct.
Today's are in. Last updated on Sunday 27 September 2020 at 4:00pm. Source:
812 new confirmed cases reported today. #COVID19
Meanwhile, in the UK, coronavirus confirmed cases surpassed 1,000 again (source Last updated on Tuesday 18 August 2020 at 6:22pm BST) #COVID19
Annotated for clarity. Last updated on Sunday 16 August 2020 at 4:00pm (source: )
The 28-day definition is shown on the . If you are wondering why the deaths section of the dashboard looks a bit odd at the moment, there's a banner at the top stating that the deaths page is being re–developed [following recent change to deaths reporting].
The nice UK web site - splits the cases out by specimen date, and both "professional" and "moonlighting" data scientists/charters pick up the rich data and plot them.
Last updated on Tuesday 29 September 2020 at 4:18pm BST. Source:
"We have not received the latest data for cases and tests in England. We will update today's records as soon as they become available. The deaths page is being re–developed." aka "We need to start faking the figures plausibly before the second wave."
This site can no longer be trusted. #COVID19
Not sure if anyone has noticed but in my periodical tweets where I share screenshots from charts I always add an alt text. I can't do it systematically or like an expert would do it but at least I try to describe what the image is and the numbers.
Government now publishing two different daily death counts - 77 on old measure, just 20 on new one. And a third measure coming in due course"
So... how does this look to you? Daily number of new people with a lab-confirmed positive test result reported on Wednesday, 12 August 2020 - chart shows 7-day rolling average. Daily updates at #COVID19 #Covid19UK
It's 18:41 in the UK and hasn't been updated with the daily data. What's up?
Cases nearly double today. Technical issue “means the total reported over the coming days will include some additional cases from the period between 24 September and 1 October, increasing the number of cases reported.”
Keep an eye on the UK government data: #COVID19
I've annotated the latest UK confirmed coronavirus cases chart. Source and updates: #COVID19
Very odd. Main DHSC Covid site says "We’re pausing the publication of the daily figure” pending review . But linked dashboard reports "Daily number of COVID-19 associated UK deaths: 110” So paused or not?
18:37 and no Sunday data yet. Will it be after 8pm from now on?
the government data has also slowly improved and become more granular. you can look up where your parents are Ruth.
Well, it's 21:13 this Sunday night in London town and no daily update from . They took a day off or something (unlike the virus). Good night everyone.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the UK testing pillars 1 & 2 data for England published. ⁦
A very good question - and one to add to the long list of good questions that we can’t get answers to. My colleagues in other countries are amazed at our inability to get even the basic data right. Exhibit A I rest my case
Last updated on Sunday 4 October 2020 at 9:23pm. "artificially high" (sic). Source:
Last updated on Monday 5 October 2020 at 4:00pm. So these daily cases are not "artificially high"... (source: )
Cases. Last updated on Wednesday 7 October 2020 at 4:00pm. Source:
Last updated on Thursday 8 October 2020 at 4:00pm. Source:
Please compare the first impression of the deaths visualisation included in the previous dashboard ( left) with the visualisation in the new dashboard ( right). It's all about that first initial impression.
Does anyone happen to know why the UK coronavirus case data so diff from that reported by via Obviously former includes UK, latter England, but e.g. 23rd Mar way more cases from (2,016) than (967)
Cases (detail) (source: last updated on Sunday 18 October 2020 at 4:00pm)
Last updated on Friday 9 October 2020 at 4:00pm. (source: )
17 May 2020 vis à vis 17 June 2020 [Daily updates: ]
245: number of additional deaths on Wednesday 10 June 2020
Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the UK Last updated on Tuesday 9 June 2020 at 4:31pm
"Note that the definition for deaths in England changed on 1 June 2020" (sic)
Where can one find the total number of confirmed #COVID19 associated deaths in England by age and sex? Not here (only lab-confirmed cases)
We ignore the data at our own peril. Last updated on Tuesday 13 October 2020 at 4:01pm. Source:
It's very lucky London does not seem to have a high COVID-19 confirmed cases rate then. (Data Last updated on Sunday 31 May 2020 at 4:05pm from )
Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the UK Last updated on Sunday 31 May 2020 at 4:05pm (Live updates: )
Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the UK Last updated on Sunday 31 May 2020 at 4:05pm. (Live updates: )
2.4k new cases and 215 deaths in U.K. yesterday alone from covid. And we’re lifting lockdown??
Nearly 20k daily new confiremed cases today. Patients admitted and deaths also still on the rise. Last updated on Wednesday 14 October 2020 at 4:01pm. Source:
anyone see where the UK downloadable data is on this site? the csv files only cover England and its regions/LAs as far as I can see
The new deaths (& cases) recorded each day don’t reflect what happened in the last 24 hours, there’s a lag. Today’s count is up because it includes the weekend backlog. To understand the trend you need to view last week of data, not each day - see
Last updated on Thursday 15 October 2020 at 4:39pm. Source:
What's going on over here? Dashboard seems to be flakey compared to the older arcgis site.
Lab-confirmed England cases now updated at Hundreds of additional cases added to tallies of previous days. Apr 16 increased ~1,500 cases; Apr 17 up ~1,100 Modellers be sure to take note of case lag (and updating) in addition to the ONS death record lag
. are falling behind in coronavirus test tracking and transparency Lab confirmed case numbers are unreasonable & likely errors: Apr 16, ~1k cases Apr 17, ~150 cases no data thereafter Public trust means being accurate and up-to-date.
Keep it up. Last updated on Friday 25 September 2020 at 4:04pm. Source:
It's official. The U in The Curve is complete. Last updated on Thursday 24 September 2020 at 7:06pm Source:
About two hours for today's results. Your prediction for daily cases to be reported today Sunday 27 September 2020 according to is
Keep an eye on this. Last updated on Wednesday 23 September 2020 at 4:00pm. Source
Only 147 lab confirmed covid-19 cases in England yesterday? Can this be correct? Looks more like a data error/testing elsewhere PHE / data
OK... Last updated on Tuesday 22 September 2020 at 4:09pm. Source:
Still hiking up. Last updated on Monday 21 September 2020 at 4:00pm. Source: