Published: 8 September 2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/mjv5cn39fc.1
Cheng-pin Kuo


This dataset compiled county-level COVID-19 daily cases and cumulative cases data, demographic data (population density, labor force rate, unemployment rate, household median income, metro system or not, statewide stay-at-home order or not), environmental data (maximum and minimum temperature, maximum and minimum relative humidity, precipitation, surface downwelling solar radiation, wind speed), community mobility data (retail and recreation percent change from the baseline which was from January 3 to February 22, grocery and pharmacy percent change from baseline, parks percent change from baseline, transit stations percent change from baseline, workplaces percent change from baseline, residential percent change from baseline, and Mobility and Engagement Index (MEI)), and time-series variables (weekdays, weekends, or not) from different sources from February 15 to May 15, 2020. Moving averaging is also applied to continuous variables, including lag 1 day (the day before the present day) and moving averages of lag 1-7 day and lag 1-14 day.



University of Tennessee Knoxville