This database brings Coronavirus cases, deaths, and recovery information from Wikipedia. It disposes the information in a more developer friendly format and automatically exposes all the data via GraphQL/REST APIs. All data categorized by country and by date.
This is a very detailed database with data about the Novel Covid-19 cases for each country in the world. The database has the following information:
We gather data every day from Wikipedia, upload it, and provide historical data about the Coronavirus cases evolution.
The database is uniquely produced to satisfy the developer’s requirements. A developer can make the subsequent operations with the dataset:
Here some forms a developer can profit utilizing this database:
This database allows multiple users to collaborate and add, remove, edit the data available. Want to collaborate? Please emails us at [email protected]
Here are some easy-to-understand examples of the type of information you can retrieve using this database:
Using this database you will be able to gather historical data for each country and create graphical dashboards, Excel spreadsheets, or integrate the data via REST or GraphQL APIs.
Access data on COVID19 through an easy to use API.
Generating a key is an easy and straightforward process. Please refer to the Connect Button on the top right-hand side of this page. The process has 3 steps:
Yes, you can combine different databases under the same API Key.
All data is free to use and please refer to license terms for more details. \n- For server usage price refer to the Pricing Page.
Every time you perform a request to the dataset on behalf of an app utilizing SDKs or an API, it scores as an API request. Logins, saves, queries are examples of actions determined as API requests, among other types of operations.
The list is pretty broad and the most common ones are:
Please refer to How it Works