Regional COVID-19 Data Now Available

County-level COVID-19 data, including both case and death rates per 100,000 population, are now available at RocHealthData. These data show the variability across our region and across the U.S.
Are you interested in how our area compares specifically to the rest of New York State or the entire United States? Within RocHealthData, you can see how COVID-19, as well as many other demographic and health-related variables, vary across the region.  Please see our step-by-step instructions on how to create these reports.
The source of these data is the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University. They are providing continually updated COVID-19 data to allow modeling and spread of the virus.
Questions about how to create reports or access these data? Pose your question in the comments box below, or email us at

2 Responses

  1. RocHealthData Team

    The most granular geography available for these regional and national data (from Johns Hopkins) is county level. The Monroe County Department of Public Health has a dashboard with number of cases, given in ranges, by zip code. You may find those data here:

    We at RocHealthData are working to provide more granular regional COVID-19 data later this summer.

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