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COVID-19: data tracking no more

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Did you know that w:John Hopkins University (JHU) stop tracking w:COVID-19 pandemic data? Apparently this happened very quietely on March 10, 2023 according to a posting on their website dated February 10.

The is all I found on enwp in regards to COVID tracking at JHU:

In late 2019, the university's Coronavirus Research Center began tracking worldwide cases of the COVID-19 pandemic by compiling data from hundreds of sources around the world.[59] This led to the university becoming one of the most cited sources for data about the pandemic.[59]

The w: European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) stopped tracking worldwide data tracking sometime around June 2022. This followed reduced world-wide rteporting reporting from daily to weekly on ?.

As of 20 June 2022, ECDC is discontinuing the data collection and publication of the number of COVID-19 cases and deaths worldwide. Please refer to the World Health Organization (WHO) data on COVID-19 and the WHO Weekly Epidemiological and Weekly Operational Updates page for the non-EU/EEA countries.

ECDC will continue providing weekly updates for EU/EEA Member States and report on an ad-hoc basis about significant events related to COVID-19 globally.

ECDC has been collecting data on the number of COVID-19 cases and deaths for all countries in the EU/EEA and globally for more than two years. The data collected by ECDC will continue to be available in an archived format.

So who maintains public COVID-19 worldwide data tracking now: W:WHO? CDC? X? Are their methods similar to the previous tracking services so that apples can be compared to apples and not to oranges?

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Review of revision 4723568 [Not ready]

Revision 4723568 of this article has been reviewed by SVTCobra (talk · contribs) and found not ready at 22:57, 26 April 2023 (UTC).[reply]

Copyright: Not reviewed. Please address other issues. Newsworthiness: Not ready: See below Verifiability: Not reviewed. Please address other issues. NPOV: Not reviewed. Please address other issues. Style: Not reviewed. Please address other issues. Comments by reviewer: Unfortunately, this did not get published before the Supreme Court already heard the arguments. Fret not, however, as it should be fairly simple to update the focal point.

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Review of revision 4724176 [Not ready]

Revision 4724176 of this article has been reviewed by JJLiu112 (talk · contribs) and found not ready at 18:44, 29 April 2023 (UTC).[reply]

Copyright: Not reviewed. Please address other issues. Newsworthiness: Not reviewed. Please address other issues. Verifiability: Not reviewed. Please address other issues. NPOV: Not reviewed. Please address other issues. Style: Not ready: For a title that talks about the Court 'weighing in', literally nothing apropos to the arguments themselves was mentioned. This is literally just a retelling of what happened and why in relation to the trial, not what happened DURING THE HEARINGS. Which, you know, both NPR and Reuters have addressed, and which would be obligatory for any synthesis. Comments by reviewer: None added.

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