For three years, The Times has followed the latest data on Covid-19 in order to better understand the pandemic. Through information published by the California Department of Public Health, Johns Hopkins, the CDC and other government agencies, our tracker has revealed how the virus affected Californians.
With the State's state of emergency ending and public health data being released less frequently , the Times will archive the current version of our trackers on June 1. Your answers on this survey will help determine our next stage of our coronavirus data coverage.
Do you still rely on Covid-19 data trends? We want to hear from you about what should come next! How has knowing the numbers helped you make decisions in the last three years? What information do you rely on in a Covid-19 tracker? Whether you're a regular user of these pages or are finding them for the first time today, we want to know what Covid-19 data is the most valuable in your day-to-day lives.