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COVID-19 Data and Trends for Federal Judicial Districts


COVID-19 Data and Trends for Federal Judicial Districts



Click on the above image to reach the dashboard.


The Federal Judicial Center (FJC) has created a dashboard showing COVID-19 data and trends for the nation and for each of the ninety-four federal judicial districts. The dashboard shows the number of total cases and daily new cases both as absolute numbers and per 100,000 residents. It also shows the weekly rate of change and rolling seven-day averages for new cases. It includes data on cases since the COVID-19 pandemic began in January 2020 and is updated weekly.

The Information and Instructions document contains a description of the metrics displayed on the dashboard and the underlying data, instructions on how to use the dashboard, and tips on interpreting the displayed information. Please note the data limitations described in the document related to the judicial districts in Connecticut, Guam, Louisiana, Michigan, and Rhode Island.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention maintains information related to vaccinations at the state level (available here). Once that information is available at the county level, we will integrate it into this dashboard.


If you have questions or need more information, please contact Jana Laks, Research Assistant at the Federal Judicial Center ( or (202) 502-4252) or Kristin Garri, Research Associate/Data Resource Specialist at the Federal Judicial Center ( or (202) 502-4027).