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The Helix® COVID-19 Genomic Surveillance Dashboard

Helix is currently working with numerous organizations, including the CDC, to sequence COVID-19 samples to monitor the evolution and spread of SARS-CoV-2 variants. Through these efforts, we have identified a significant portion of the publicly reported cases of the UK-discovered B.1.1.7 variant and are now providing detail on additional variants of concern (VOCs). Variants  

Our World in Data lists the same big global problems every day, because they matter every day. One of the biggest mistakes that the news media makes is to suggest that different things matter on different days. The data on the coronavirus pandemic is updated daily. Coronavirus Pandemic (COVID-19) – Statistics and Research

The CDC COVID Data Tracker includes comprehensive maps and charts tracking cases, deaths, and trends of COVID-19 in the United States. The data is updated daily by 8pm ET. CDC Covid 19 tracker 

Reuters collects daily COVID-19 infections and deaths data for 240 countries and territories globally, updated regularly throughout each day. Key focus is on daily trends within countries as they try to contain the virus’ spread, whether they are approaching or past peak infection rates, or if they are seeing a resurgence of infections or deaths. Global COVID-19 tracker  

Verified COVID-19 Insights

Profile Of The Unvaccinated

As of late May 2021, a majority of U.S. adults have received a COVID-19 vaccine, with 62% of adults reporting having gotten at least one dose according to the KFF COVID-19 Vaccine Monitor.

There are still substantial shares of the adult population who have not received a vaccine and many do not plan on getting vaccinated. This analysis, drawing on data from the KFF COVID-19 Vaccine Monitor, provides some insights into the demographics of the currently unvaccinated population as well as their views of vaccines generally and the pandemic more broadly. Monitor 



Measuring Household Experiences during the Coronavirus Pandemic 

The Household Pulse Survey measures how the coronavirus pandemic is impacting households across the country from a social and economic perspective. The approach for the Household Pulse Survey is different: it is designed to be a short-turnaround instrument that provides valuable data to aid in the pandemic recovery. survey 

Data collection from April 14, 2021 – July 5, 2021 and is now closed.

Data collection for Phase 3.2 of the survey is scheduled to begin on July 21, 2021, with the next data release on August 11, 2021. 

Playing the Long Game: A Look A COVID-19 Responses & Consumer Sentiment

In the early days of the pandemic, businesses scrambled to respond – for some that were simply figuring out how to survive and for fortunate others it meant determining how to best help their customers and communities. As responses were announced across a variety of industries, we began to hear questions and stories from clients – asking what effect their efforts were having and expressing a sense that the goodwill generated from their efforts was short-lived.

There appear to be two challenges for businesses aiming to have a meaningful response to COVID.

  1. Communicating the effort effectively
  2. Making sure the effort is impactful

Verified COVID-19 Unintended Consequences

Mental Health: Household Pulse Survey

To rapidly monitor recent changes in mental health, the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) partnered with the Census Bureau on an experimental data system called the Household Pulse Survey. This 20-minute online survey was designed to complement the ability of the federal statistical system to rapidly respond and provide relevant information about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S.

The data collection period for Phase 1 of the Household Pulse Survey occurred between April 23, 2020 and July 21, 2020. Phase 2 data collection occurred between August 19, 2020 and October 26, 2020. Phase 3 data collection occurred between October 28, 2020 and March 29, 2021. Data collection for Phase 3.1 of the survey began on April 14, 2021 and will continue through July 5, 2021. Access Dataset on (Export to CSV, JSON, XLS, XML)


Public Awareness of Long COVID- Quantitative Research

Assess public awareness and understanding of the long-term effects of COVID-19 and receptivity to potential messages and an outreach strategy encouraging people to get vaccinated to prevent long COVID. Sample of 1,973 American adults (18+ years) from May 21, 2021 –June 10, 2021. Research 

Verified Trust During COVID-19 Pandemic

After a year of unprecedented disaster and turbulence – the Covid-19 pandemic and economic crisis, the global outcry over systemic racism and political instability – the 2021 Edelman Trust Barometer reveals an epidemic of misinformation and widespread mistrust of societal institutions and leaders around the world. Global Report

Verified COVID-19 Vaccine Trackers

WHO – Landscape of COVID-19 Vaccines

The World Health Organization (WHO) has prepared a draft landscape of COVID-19 vaccines currently in development. Their table of vaccine candidates describes each vaccine candidate including the lead developer and the phases of clinical trials completed and ongoing.

STATNews – COVID-19 Vaccines and Drugs Tracker

STATNews tracks both COVID-19 vaccines and therapeutics in various stages of development. This tracker is presented in a tabular format.

The New York Times – Coronavirus Vaccine Tracker

The NYT tracks vaccine candidates and provides headline news update in their Vaccine Tracker

LSHTM – COVID-19 Vaccine Development Pipeline

The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) has compiled a list of all vaccine candidates categorized by the vaccine type and placed it on a timeline.

University of Oxford – COVID-19 Trials Tracker

The University of Oxford’s DataLab has compiled a list of clinical trials for many different COVID-19 vaccines and therapeutics.

National and Regional Clinical Trial Registries

We validate data used in our tracker by reviewing clinical trial registries from multiple countries including the US and China on


The History of Vaccines is an award-winning informational, educational website created by The College of Physicians of Philadelphia, one of the oldest medical societies in the United States. The content of The History of Vaccines is developed by College staff members, who engage the full resources of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia and its Fellowship. The current editor is René F. Najera, DrPH, Associate in the Epidemiology Department at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. History of Vaccines

COVID-19 vaccines are free and available to anyone who wants one. 

The United States Department of Health and Human Services, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and VaccineFinder from Boston Children’s Hospital are working with partners such as clinics, pharmacies and health departments to provide accurate and up-to-date information about vaccination services in your area. VaccineFinder