The official vaccination dashboard informs the public about the vaccination progress against SARS-CoV-2 in Germany.
We build and designed a set of easy to grasp interactive visualizations that communicate the vaccination campaign’s state. At first glance, visitors can view multiple vital indicators such as vaccine doses administered, the daily vaccination rate, and the percentage of the overall vaccinated population.
The dashboard is brilliant and very informative. It is my favorite spot to inform myself about corona and the vaccination progress.”
The site’s daily updated data set includes information about delivered and administered vaccine doses, both on a federal and regional level. Visitors can explore this information through visualizations that focus on clarity and simplicity, such as a custom-designed vaccination clock.
The mobile-first design attaches particular importance to accessibility, usability, and overall broad comprehensibility via the following core visualizations.
The chart visualises how many people have received their first jab, how many have had their second, and how long the overal vaccination campain has been running.
The daily doses chart communicates how many vaccination doses have been administered on which day. First dose: light blue, second dose: dark blue (for vaccines that require a second one.
A detailed regional breakdown for fully vaccinated people, people who received their first jab, vaccine doses administered, and vaccine doses delivered is visualized on a map of Germany.
The stacked bar chart breaks down the delivered doses by different manufacturers.
The campaign’s overall progress can be examined through a timeline of milestones. This birds-eye view communicates significant developments and achievements, such as vaccine approval and more than 1,000,000 vaccinated people.
We designed the website from the ground up for shareability. A link to the dashboard in messengers and social media will always show a preview with the latest data, generated automatically when the data is updated.
The site is published by the Federal Ministry of Health. All content is in German for now. Multi-language support is in the making.