I will add more later, but here are some great new COVID resources:
First, Mathematica has helped to pull together some of the top resources and data sources for COVID: https://www.mathematica.org/features/covid-19-curated-data-modeling-and-policy-resources
One source I am particularly interested in is the state-level response to COVID: https://www.kff.org/health-costs/issue-brief/state-data-and-policy-actions-to-address-coronavirus/
A great snapshot of the data by country with recovery rates and fatality rates: https://ncov2019.live/data
News and data based on your personal location: https://topic.newsbreak.com/covid-19.html
COVIDNearYou is pretty interesting as people self-report, which is great since testing has been slow and backlogged: https://covidnearyou.org/#!/#top
I am an assistant professor of political science at the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC). I completed my Ph.D. in Public Policy and Public Administration at George Washington University.