Data Visualization

Data Visualization
Updated Sept. 11, 2020

Latest graphics associated with COVID-NET

Age-adjusted COVID-19-associated hospitalization rates by race ethnicity. COVID-NET March 1-September 5, 2020. More information available in CDC's COVID-View Report

As of September 5, age-adjusted hospitalization rates are highest among certain racial and ethnic minority groups, according to CDC’s COVID-NET. More information available in CDC’s COVID-View Report.

Age-adjusted COVID-19-associated hospitalization rates by race ethnicity. COVID-NET March 1-September 5, 2020. More information available in CDC's COVID-View Report

As of September 5, age-adjusted hospitalization rates are highest among certain racial and ethnic minority groups, according to CDC’s COVID-NET. More information available in CDC’s COVID-View Report.

Graphics from previous weeks are available under: Archived COVID-NET graphics below. Additional COVID-NET hospitalization data, including rates for different age groups and by surveillance site, are available on the COVID-NET interactive data page.

Latest graphics associated with publications

Infographic: A seroprevalence survey uses antibody tests to estimate the percentage of people in a population who have antibodies against SARS-CoV-2. This page includes a graphic explaining how seroprevlance surveys use antibody test to measure the percent of a population likely have a past infections with SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.

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Seroprevalence surveys are investigations that involve the use of serology test (also known as antibody tests) to better understand how many SARS-CoV-2 infections have occurred at different points in time, in different locations, and in different populations in the United States.

Infographic: Tracking MIS-C: Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome in U.S. Children

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A recently published study identified 186 cases of multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) across pediatric health centers in 26 states from March through May, 2020. Read the study online: https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa2021680external icon

Percentage of Population Positive for SARS-CoV-2 Antibodies in Samples from Areas in 6 States

​CDC is partnering with commercial laboratories to conduct a large-scale geographic seroprevalence survey that has tested de-identified clinical blood specimens from 6 sites. Read more about this survey: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/cases-updates/commercial-lab-surveys.html

Latest graphics associated with COVID MMWR Reports

Graphic: Two hair stylists with COVID-19 spent at least 15 minutes with 139 clients. Everyone wore face coverings. No clients are known to be infected. Wear cloth face coverings consistently and correctly to slow the spread of COVID-19.

CDC report found that adherence to the community’s and company’s face-covering policy likely mitigated spread of SARS-CoV-2. Read the full report.

Graphic: In Atlanta, Black patients with COVID-19 were more likely to be hospitalized that white patients

Data for 220 hospitalized and 311 nonhospitalized COVID-19 patients from six metropolitan Atlanta hospitals and associated outpatient clinics found that older age, black race, diabetes, lack of insurance, male sex, smoking, and obesity were independently associated with hospitalization. Read the full report.

Graphic: In the ten weeks following the declaration of COVID-19 national emergency, emergency department visits declined

In the 10 weeks following declaration of the COVID-19 national emergency, ED visits declined 23% for heart attack, 20% for stroke, and 10% for hyperglycemic crisis. Read the full report.

Graphic: During April-May, 2020, 16,233 workers in meat and poultry processing were infected with COVID-19

Among 23 states reporting COVID-19 outbreaks in meat and poultry processing facilities, 16,233 cases in 239 facilities occurred, including 86 (0.5%) COVID-19–related deaths. Read the full report.

Graphic: Indiana survey found higher rates of COVID-19 infection among Hispanic/Latino participants in April

In a random sample of Indiana residents aged ≥12 years, the estimated prevalence of current or previous COVID-19 infection in late April 2020 was 2.79%. Among persons with active infection, 44% reported no symptoms. Read the full report.

Graphic: Recovery from COVID-19 can take a long time, even young adults with no chronic conditions

In a multistate telephone survey of symptomatic adult outpatients who had a positive test result for COVID-19, one in five persons aged 18–34 years with no chronic medical conditions had not returned to their usual state of health 2–3 weeks after testing. Read the full report.

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Graphic: During May and June, 15 people in Arizona and New Mexico were hospitalized after swallowing hand sanitizer containing methanol

From May 1 through June 30, 2020, 15 cases of methanol poisoning were reported in Arizona and New Mexico, associated with swallowing alcohol-based hand sanitizers. Four patients died, and three were discharged with visual impairment. Read the full report.

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Graphic: an outbreak of COVID-19 at a meat processing facility infected over 900 workers in 5 weeks

An outbreak of COVID-19 at a meat processing facility infected over 900 workers in 5 weeks. Read the full report.

Graphic: During late June, 40% of U.S. adults reported struggling with mental health or substance abuse

During June 24–30, 2020, U.S. adults reported considerably elevated adverse mental health conditions associated with COVID-19. Younger adults, racial/ethnic minorities, essential workers, and unpaid adult caregivers reported having experienced disproportionately worse mental health outcomes. Read the full report.

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Graphic: During March 8-July 15, 2020, 1 in 4 U.S. counties were considered

During March 8–July 15, 2020, 818 (26%) of 3,142 U.S. counties were identified as COVID-19 hotspots; these counties included 80% of the U.S. population. Read the full report.

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Graphic: Mass testing finds widespread transmission of COVID-19 in prisons and jails

Mass testing finds widespread transmission of COVID-19 in prisons and jails. Twelve times more cases were found using mass testing compared with earlier symptom-based testing.
Read the full report.

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