hidden County-Level Characteristics Related to Increased Risk for Severe COVID-19 Complications

County-Level Characteristics Related to Increased Risk for Severe COVID-19 Complications

Interactive Visualization (AHA Center for Health Metrics and Evaluation)

Identify U.S. counties with high levels of specific demographic characteristics and health conditions associated with higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19. Users can select a U.S. state and identity counties with higher levels of air pollution and higher proportions of residents who are older (65+ years), non-Hispanic black or Hispanic, or have certain health conditions, all of which might put a region’s population at higher risk for severe complications from a COVID-19 outbreak.

hidden Complete Streets Maps

Complete Streets Maps

Map (Smart Growth America)

This resource from Smart Growth America visualizes the progression of Complete Streets policy development between 2006-2017.

hidden Adult Obesity Prevalence Map

Adult Obesity Prevalence Map

Map (Centers for Disease Control)

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) created maps to illustrate the prevalence of self-reported obesity among U.S. adults by state and territory according to results from Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System surveys.

hidden Health Status and Health Behaviors Data, Trends and Maps

Health Status and Health Behaviors Data, Trends and Maps

Map (CDC Division of Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Obesity)

Explore information about the health status and behaviors of Americans at the national and state levels with this interactive database’s clickable maps, charts, and tables. Examine data by age, sex, and race/ethnicity for topics such as obesity, breastfeeding, physical activity, and other health behaviors, as well as related environmental and policy data from multiple sources.

hidden County Health Rankings

County Health Rankings

Map (University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute)

The annual County Health Rankings measures county-level health factors (obesity, smoking, food access, income, housing etc.) for all counties in the United States. The site also includes a Roadmaps to Health Action Center section that provides guidance and tools to help communities take action.