California has collected a wide range of data to inform its response to COVID-19, and developed tools to help process and analyze that data. These are made available to everyone for transparency.
On this page:
The California COVID-19 Assessment Tool (CalCat) is a model to inform state and local response. You can find nowcasts, forecasts, and scenarios:
Statewide case statistics and demographics
This includes positive cases, deaths, and testing results.
Statewide dashboard on Tableau
Case, death, and test source data and data dictionary on Open Data Portal
Probable case data on Open Data Portal The impact on hospitals in the state of California
This includes suspected and positive hospitalized patients by county, including ICU patients.
Hospital dashboard on Tableau
Hospital source data and data dictionary on Open Data Portal Wastewater tracking
Select sewersheds track the level of COVID-19 detected in wastewater. This can provide early warning of cases spikes.
Wastewater dashboard at the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) COVID-19 outbreaks
This dataset contains statewide numbers of COVID-19 outbreaks and associated cases, categorized by setting, reported to CDPH since January 1, 2021.
COVID-19 outbreak source data and data dictionary on Open Data Portal Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) distribution
Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) distributed by California Governor’s Logistics Task Force. PPE products include N-95 respirators, procedure masks, gowns, face shields and gloves.
PPE distribution dashboard on Tableau
PPE distribution source data on Open Data Portal
PPE distribution data dictionary
Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) fulfilled by California Office of Emergency Services.
Variable Format Description Update frequency COUNTY String County requesting the product Daily PRODUCT FAMILY String Summary level category of the product Daily QUANTITY FILLED Numeric Quantity of product sent to a warehouse/agency for fulfillment Daily SHIPPING ZIP/ POSTAL CODE Numeric Zip where the facility is located that is receiving the shipped product. Never The impact on people experiencing homelessness
The impact of Project Roomkey and other measures to help Californians experiencing homelessness. This includes room acquisition, room occupancy, and trailer distribution.
Homeless dashboard on Tableau
Homelessness source data on Open Data Portal
Homeless impact data dictionary
Variable Format Description Update frequency COUNTY String County Daily DATE Date Reporting date Daily ROOMS Number The point in time number of hotel/motel rooms a community has secured for individuals experiencing homelessness in need of isolation. These rooms are secured through an occupancy agreement or other type of arrangement with a Hotel/Motel owner Daily ROOMS OCCUPIED Number The point in time number of rooms secured in which a Project Roomkey participant has moved into Daily TRAILER REQUESTED Number Total number of Project Roomkey trailers the community has formally submitted a request for or has been designated to receive TRAILERS DELIVERED Number The total number of Project Roomkey trailers the community has received from the state (to be delivered and counted the community must also have necessary trailer supports in place) DONATED TRAILERS DELIVERED Number Total number of donated Project Roomkey trailers delivered statewide
You can access the COVID-19 database in two ways:
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California Open Data Portal
Source data and dictionaries
California Open Data Portal hosts the source data and dictionaries used for all the charts on this website. This includes:
Contact for questions
StateInfo@state.ca.gov with questions about these datasets.
Explore more data
Statewide and county cases, deaths, hospitalizations, and tests, including by vaccination status, gender, and age
State and county data about vaccination, including by race and ethnicity and age
Data about which variants are in California, including Delta and Omicron
How COVID-19 has affected different communities across the state