Welcome to

The COVKID Project

     The purpose of the Coronavirus in Kids (COVKID) Tracking and Education Project is to monitor and compile epidemiologic surveillance data on COVID-19 in children and teens.

     We aim to present timely data in formats that are accessible and useful for clinicians, public health practitioners, policymakers, elected officials, and journalists.

     Our blog, The COVKID Compass, brings you easy-to-understand, unbiased, and up-to-date scientific explanations of all aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic in children and teenagers.

     We welcome your feedback, data links and leads, and constructive criticism  - email us at covkid.project@wiise-usa.org

What's New at COVKID?

  • NOTICE Beginning October 6, we will be updating all of our dashboards once per week. We are working behind on the scenes on new website content which we look forward to sharing soon!

  • NEXT UPDATE:  no later than 12:00 noon on Tuesday October 20.

  • NEW Reported COVID-19 cases in children and teens increased to    847,261 (updated 13-Oct).  

  • NEW Child and teen deaths increased to 145 in 33 states              (updated 13-Oct).

  • NEW Latest case counts for individual states are now posted on the region pages (updated 13-Oct).

  • NEW Pediatric intensive care admissions total 1,506 (updated 13-Oct).

  • NEW Over 3.5 million US children have been infected with the novel coronavirus (3,578,571) (updated 13-Oct).

  • DISPARITIES DATA Child mortality in the United States.      (updated 18-Sept)

  • NEW State Data Report Card updated August 27.

  • PLEASE READ an important new technical update.

COVKID National Data Dashboard

COVID-19 Reported Cases

Kids 0 to 19 Years Old

Updated October 13, 2020


COVID-19 Reported Deaths

Kids 0 to 19 Years Old

Updated October 13, 2020


COVID-19 Intensive Care Hospitalizations

Kids 0 to 17 Years Old

Updated October 13, 2020


Number Ever Infected with Novel Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2)

(Includes an estimate of undetected cases)

Children 0 to 17 Years Old

Updated October 13, 2020


(4.9% of all children)

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