In December, 50 U.S. states and DC scored an average of 17.4 out of the 30 points [range: 12-25] for overall data completeness, demonstrating a slight increase from May (14.3) and August (16.3)
Note: Overall completeness refers to the number of points each source received for it's reporting of COVID-19. Sources received one point for each outcome/testing is reported (testing, cases, hospitalizations, recoveries, and deaths) and an additional point for each demographic indicator included for each outcome/testing (age, sex, race/ethnicity, geography, and underlying conditions). Sources could receive a maximum of 30 points. Overall completeness from data extracted in May 2020 is shown in light blue, August 2020 is shown in orange, and December 2020 in dark blue.