Get yer Merican Corona data here
The US might be bad at universal healthcare, gun control and electing decent presidents (admittedly, the latter seems to be a global problem), but it is very good at data. And The Atlantic’s COVID Tracking Project is a true example of the best of America: clever engineering, committed people, teamwork, and the resources to do something well. The project amalgamates the latest data from each state, from whatever source happens to get the newest figures (press releases, press conferences, site updates etc), to give a timely picture of the Coronavirus across the US.
“Our team now includes more than 100 volunteer data-grabbers, journalists, scientists, visualization specialists, designers, project managers, and many other great people.”The COVID Tracking Project
One thing that is glaringly absent is a license for reusing the data. The closest thing to that is the QA: “[Q] If I cite numbers from this site, how should I credit the source? [A] The COVID Tracking Project.”