As COVID-19 continues to spread across the globe, the U.S. has become the epicenter of the pandemic. Live Science has put together a list of state and local health departments with coronavirus resources particular to each area. The websites vary in how accessible and detailed they are, with some like Washington's having a COVID-19 dashboard with an interactive county map and cases broken out by various demographics. Live Science is also keeping up with COVID-19 news and cases for each U.S. state.
Here's an alphabetical list of Live Science resources, state health departments and links to local health departments in each state:
Washington state department of health: coronavirus
Local health departments in Washington
(Great resource: Seattle department of health: coronavirus)
Washington COVID-19 updates on Live Science
Editor's note: This resource was updated with relevant links. It was first published in February when COVID-19 was just beginning to spread in the U.S. and not all health departments had set up coronavirus-specific webpages.
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