Covid Act Now is adding the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands as the second United States territory on our COVID warning system. Check out our first U.S. territory launch of Puerto Rico.
The Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands is a territory of the United States located in the Pacific Ocean. It has a population of about 51,433 (as estimated in the 2020 census data), with 90% of the population living on Saipan.
Our hope is that this coverage will give residents of the Northern Mariana Islands the power to make informed decisions on subjects from individual education to public policy, like stay-at-home and mask orders.
Covid Act Now is committed to providing individuals and policy-makers with accurate and useful information on COVID trends for all communities dealing with COVID, including U.S. territories.
Our goal is to build a shared understanding of COVID and inform data-driven decision-making through clear, actionable, and real-time COVID risk data for every U.S Citizen.
This is what the Northern Mariana Islands’ COVID risk looks like today:
We continue to improve upon available data and accuracy to provide more information to the residents and visitors of the Northern Mariana Islands.
Covid Act Now is open-source, so everything can be freely shared, used, and built upon. Through our partnerships with Georgetown University Center for Global Health Science and Security, Stanford University Clinical Excellence Research Center, Grand Rounds, and more, we are always improving our data.
The following 5 Key Risk Factors are now available at Covid Act Now: Daily New Cases, Infection Rate, Test Positivity, ICU Headroom Used, and Tracers Hired.
To find the COVID data for the Northern Mariana Islands:
The Northern Mariana Islands are visible in the U.S. Coverage Map. You can also type “Northern Mariana Islands” into the search bar located above the map.
The Northern Mariana Islands are made up of four municipalities. We are actively working to improve upon our coverage of these municipalities to provide data that is as complete as possible.
For a description of assumptions and methodology, please see our references and assumptions document along with our data sources presentation.
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