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As of May 2022, these datasets moved from daily updates to weekly updates every Monday.
For greatest accuracy, please use the latest dataset for all analysis and reporting as opposed to any data you downloaded prior to September 29, 2020. All datasets now reflect counts from test collection dates instead of the previously displayed result dates. These changes will adjust, for example, the count of cases for each day. PDPH has also added 376 confirmed COVID-19 cases (positive tests) that were previously missing from the data.
Deidentified, aggregate datasets showing COVID deaths by date, zip, race, or age. You can find COVID cases datasets here. To protect the confidentiality of residents, PDPH suppresses the exact data for any categories that have less than 6 counts (i.e. of cases or fatalities).
|Created||May 5, 2020|
|Category||Economy, Health / Human Services|
|License||Other (City of Philadelphia)|