In December 2019, an outbreak of a novel Coronavirus, also called severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2), began in the Wuhan region of China. This virus can cause the COVID-19 disease.
This novel Coronavirus is spreading globally at a disturbing rate, which keeps everybody on top of the news. The media worldwide is covering the spread of the virus constantly, and a lot of people are tracking the number of cases in their country.
The Coronavirus integration tracks the number of people that are confirmed with, recovered from, and deceased caused by the virus in your country, or worldwide.
The data is sourced from the Johns Hopkins University.
This integration can be configured via the Home Assistant frontend.
- Go to Configuration -> Integrations.
- Click on the
+in the bottom right corner to add a new integration.
- Search and select the Coronavirus integration from the list.
- Follow the instruction on screen to add the sensors. Either choose to add world-wide sensors, or a specific set of sensors for your country.
If you want to track both world-wide and one or more countries at the same time, you can repeat the configuration process described above to add multiple instances of the integration.
While this integration is marked as released in 0.106, it is only available on Home Assistant Core 0.106.3 or newer.