we haave each countis GIS systems keep stats on the virus included in the data (per day) are cases, confirmation, ICU. recovery , discharge date, confirmation of NLS. .
Then, ach county has a pinpoint map where each of the cases were located (in case of homeless or "travelers"-the map is the hospital or 911 call).
As Walter said, prhaps you should look harder for sources. Try state or local Health Dept web sites.
I have looked at public health counts, but I am talking about the general picture that's coming through the popular news sources.
They are sending out messages about sickness and dying, masks and ventilators, but not telling people how immunity and recovery work.
I've heard, for example, that air pollution makes people more vulnerable to COVID19, but I haven't seen any scientific articles about what exactly the air pollution does to mucus membranes and how the coronavirus's interaction with the body is mitigated by mucus membranes.
We know that the coronavirus looks like the sun, or like a prickly ball, and I've read a few articles on how it tears through cell membranes to infect host cells, but nothing about how mucus membranes are able to withstand infection or how immunological mechanisms deal with the infected cells once they have been taken over by the virus to reproduce more viruses.
We know that certain people recover, so why not more news stories explaining how they recover, how their immune systems got and stayed fit enough to fight off the sickness?
Personally, I think that pollen exposure helps challenge mucus membranes and immune systems to deal more effectively with viruses, but I'm not sure how. I think air-pollution probably has negative chemical effects on mucus membranes, while pollen has positive effects, but that is really just an assumption based on knowing that natural ecosystemic interactions have prepared generations of organisms evolutionarily to successfully deal with pathogens and other threats.