The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way our country operates and on a more local level, has influenced everything from traffic congestion to grocery shopping. Weris reached out to the Virginia Department of Health early in the pandemic to offer our expertise with data analysis, modeling, and visualization as a way to give back to our community. Below you will find our modeling and analysis of data for Virginia, the District of Columbia (DC), and Maryland. This page will continue to be enhanced by adding and updating data sets on a weekly basis.

Questions, requests for clarification, and other communication regarding this COVID-19 data dashboard should be emailed to Lisa Goldberg at lisa.goldberg@weris-inc.com.

Below you will find our modeling and analysis of Virginia data sourced from the Virginia Department of Health website.

Rt is the number of cases that are linked to each confirmed case of COVID-19. In other words, it is the number of people infected by a person with COVID-19. A Rvalue under 1.0 means that transmission has stabilized. If it consistently stays under 1.0 then then there should be fewer newly confirmed cases (incidence). Please reference the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s explanation of incidence, prevalence, and other morbidity frequency measures here.

Below you will find our modeling and analysis of Washington, DC data sourced from the DC Department of Health.

Rt is the number of cases that are linked to each confirmed case of COVID-19. In other words, it is the number of people infected by a person with COVID-19. A Rvalue under 1.0 means that transmission has stabilized. If it consistently stays under 1.0 then then there should be fewer newly confirmed cases (incidence). Please reference the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s explanation of incidence, prevalence, and other morbidity frequency measures here.

Below you will find our modeling and analysis of Maryland data sourced from the Maryland Department of Health website.

Rt is the number of cases that are linked to each confirmed case of COVID-19. In other words, it is the number of people infected by a person with COVID-19. A Rvalue under 1.0 means that transmission has stabilized. If it consistently stays under 1.0 then then there should be fewer newly confirmed cases (incidence). Please reference the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s explanation of incidence, prevalence, and other morbidity frequency measures here.