Last Updated: 7th March
UK New Cases and Deaths by Day
Breakdown by Country
Daily Increase by Region
UK Tests Conducted by Day
Percentage of Todays Tests Positive
Vaccinated with First Dose
That is 33.3% of the UK,
or roughly 1 in 3 people
Vaccinated with Second Dose
That is 1.7% of the UK,
or roughly 1 in 60 people
Percentage of Population Vaccinated
Percentage of Population Vaccinated by Day and Country
7 Day Average of Vaccine Doses Administered by Day and Country, Per 100k Pop
Status of UK Population Vaccinated
Current ‘R’ Numbers
Currently in Hospital by Day and Country
7 Day Average of New Tests Conducted by Country, Per 1m Pop
Increases by Country, Per 1m Pop
Status of UK Positive Cases
English Cases by Age Group
New Daily Cases / Deaths by Country (per 1m Population)
Weekly Increases per Country
Death Growth Rate Comparisons
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Me! I’m John, a 25-year-old student and Cat lover at the University of the Highlands and Islands. I started tracking the Scottish Coronavirus (COVID-19) data in a spreadsheet out of interest, which eventually led to me making a web page for it. Then a few months later, I made one for the UK too!
Rather than buying a new domain to host it, I just added them to my ‘Travelling Tabby’ website. This is a travel blog, and has absolutely nothing to do with the Coronavirus. Still, feel free to look around!
The blog hasn’t got much on it yet, and I’ve not had any time for it recently. But you can still check out the destination pages to get some ideas for places to visit in the future, whether that is in the UK or abroad!
If you need to contact me, you can visit my contact page here, use the contact form on this page, or email me at [email protected]. I will try to respond when I can, although I’m quite busy right now and get a lot of emails, so replies may take a week or two!
Yeah! I routinely post different types of charts and comparisons on Twitter!
Also, Here is a link to the spreadsheet I use. Feel free to download a copy! It’s not very well laid out, and I’m normally messing around with something in it.. so if you see any random numbers just ignore them!
There’s not much ‘new’ data on there, it is just the current stuff on this page and a lot of historical data. But I’m sure some people will have a use for it 🙂
Sorry! A lot of people have this issue, and I have no idea what is causing it. My only suggestion would be to try viewing the page on another browser, as it just seems to be Firefox on Mac that doesn’t work. If you can, try to refresh your cache and see if it works better after that!
It’s a WordPress site, built with Elementor. That covers most of the page, but all the graphs/charts/tables are embeds from a range of different places!
These are Datawrapper, Flourish, and Everviz. The Datawrapper and Flourish charts will mention their name in the footer, and if there’s no mention, it is an Everviz chart. Oh, and the non-Datawrapper maps are made with the MapSVG plugin!
I’d be happy to answer any other questions about it, but it is quite simple. A lot of manual data entry!
Additional Information / Clarifications
The government isn’t currently telling us the number of active/recovered cases, probably because it would be a pain to bring everyone who has tested positive back in for a follow-up test. However, it is possible to make an estimate, as the majority of people will recover from the disease within 4 weeks.
I understand that this won’t be completely accurate, so please don’t quote the recovery numbers as fact. But they should still give us a good idea of where we currently stand!
Although, it is important to keep in mind that a lot of people will be ‘long haulers’, suffering from the effects of the virus for more than 4 weeks.
To find the current number of recovered cases, I use the following methods:
These let people see how the UK is doing to some other countries around the world! Just bear in mind that making direct comparisons between countries like this has a lot of issues. Different countries, even inside the UK, will do things differently.
The number of cases will directly relate to how aggressive the country is on testing – a country that carries out more tests will have more cases. Some countries also record deaths differently.
There’s really no perfect way to compare countries, but the comparisons here at least give us a basic look at how things are.
Some notes on specific countries:
Also, different countries tend to go backwards and backdate new infections/deaths to different dates. It would be too much work for me to constantly do this, so historical data for other countries may not always match the official numbers. The current total will always be correct though!
Sorry for any confusion with this! With data coming in from so many sources, with varying definitions, and always being backdated and changed, it’s hard to keep on top of! But here’s an explanation for some of the more obvious differences:
The testing data on my page is using processed pillar 1 + 2 tests only, it’s not counting antibody/research tests, or tests which are only sent out in the mail. You can see more on the UK wide test data here.
The infection increases on my page are showing the differences between yesterday’s reported total, and todays total. Sometimes infections will be backdated to previous dates, but it’s too much work for me to keep on top of this, so I just go with the daily reported figures. So if you compare my historical data to the official historical data, they might not match up exactly.
The local authority/regional totals will rarely ever sum up to match the national total. This is caused by missing location data, and numbers constantly being adjusted.
I get Scotlands hospital data from the Scottish government directly. The other nations come from the UK gov dashboard. These numbers don’t always seem to match the figures from the Welsh/NI governments directly, for some reason (plus the Welsh/NI figures are normally a day out of date, so when that happens I’ll just carry the previous days number over). The hospital data also doesn’t seem to be updated over the weekend for anywhere other than Scotland/England, so the Wales/NI figures probably won’t change over the weekend (then I’ll go back and adjust them when the correct figures come out on Monday).
Also, the Northern Ireland currently in hospital (but not ICU) figures are changed every day, for some reason. Literally, every figure they’ve got, spanning all the way back to April, gets a slight adjustment nearly every day. I’ve got no idea why they do it, but if you see the historical Northern Ireland in hospital data not matching the official UK gov figures, that will be why. I try to go back and update it all once a week, but as I mentioned they change it every day, so it’s hard to always keep on top of.
That should explain most of it! But then again I could have just made a typo, so feel free to let me know if you think something isn’t correct!
The data on this page is mostly obtained from official sources, and it is accurate to the best of my knowledge. However, I am only human! I sometimes make miscalculations, or typos. Don’t always take the information on this page as fact and base decisions off it.
All the sources are listed above, as is the spreadsheet I make all my calculations in, so feel free to double check the data and let me know if you think something isn’t correct!
This website is not associated with the UK government, NHS, or any other organization. It is just run by an individual.