CanCOVID’s Featured COVID‑19 Trackers Page
Welcome to CanCOVID’s Featured COVID‑19 Trackers page. Here you will find a curated list of COVID data.
We encourage you to visit our Canadian and Global COVID‑19 Trackers pages to stay up-to-date on a variety of trending COVID data, interact with the various types and sources of COVID data using different dashboards, and explore other provincial, national, and international resources.
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Featured This Week
The following chart, sourced from Our World in Data, provides a visual representation of government policies on restrictions on international travel controls. Policies for different regions are categorized under the following six areas: no data; no measures; screening; quarantine from high-risk regions; ban on high-risk regions; and total border closure. The data used for this chart is sourced from the Oxford Coronavirus Government Response Tracker (OxCGRT). The OxCGRT collects publicly available information on 17 indicators of government responses, spanning containment and closure policies; economic policies; and health system policies. Further details on how these metrics are measured and collected is available in the project’s working paper. Finally, feel free to use the toggle on the upper right corner of the chart to switch between world and continental views.
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SARS-CoV-2 Sequences by Variant
The following chart from Our World in Data provides the breakdown of the Omicron variant cases. As this only reflects the breakdown of cases that were sequenced, it does not represent a complete breakdown of all COVID cases.
COVID‑19 Stringency Index
The following chart from Our World in Data provides a stringency index based on nine metrics. Please note, the index only records strictness of government policies.
Change in Community Movement
The following chart from Our World in Data provides a visual representation of how community movement in specific locations has changed relative to the period before the pandemic.
The following chart, sourced from Our World in Data provides a visual representation of excess mortality during the pandemic for all ages using the P-score (the difference in percentages between the reported and projected number of deaths).