Last updated on Friday, 17 November 2023 at 11:32am

What's new

We regularly update the dashboard with new data and features. Here we'll show a timeline of changes that have happened outside of the weekly data refresh.

    • We’ve added a new page that brings in new functionality to allow users to download all the data from the dashboard charts. The bulk download will make it easier for users to analyse the dashboard data using their own tools. The data will be available in a zip file format.

    • We’ve added a tabbed view to the dashboard. The tabbed view makes it easier to compare chart and tabular data as well as download the data. Currently the data is available in csv format and new formats will be added later.

    • We’ve added data for other respiratory viruses to the homepage of the dashboard. The homepage of the dashboard shows headline positivity figures for:

      • adenovirus
      • human metapneumovirus (hMPV)
      • parainfluenza
      • rhinovirus
      • respiratory syncytial virus (RSV)

      Further data can be found on the other respiratory viruses page.

    • We’ve added the functionality to download a CSV file of a graph across all pages.

      We’ve updated the tabular data to show all the corresponding data points. Additionally, the table is now in descending order, so the most recent data is visible first. We’ve also added the functionality to scroll through the table, so it remains a consistent size on the page.

    • The UKHSA data dashboard is an iteration of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the UK dashboard. The dashboard is launching with data on respiratory viruses, including COVID-19. It will grow to show data on a wider range of health topics. We’ll use feedback from users during the soft launch to improve the service.

      Once the UKHSA data dashboard passes the government Service Standard assessment, it will replace the COVID-19 dashboard and be the only UKHSA dashboard for public-facing data (including COVID-19 data).

      The UKHSA data dashboard is in the initial phase of the government Service Standard assessment and is still undergoing statistical review. For reporting and analytical purposes, continue to use the COVID-19 dashboard.

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