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As @philshem explained, this is an ongoing research area especially with the COVID situation nowadays and it is a bit tricky at this early stage to find open-sourced datasets. Luckily, there are a couple such: Sick Sounds COVID-19 Open Source Cough Dataset Coswara-Data hernanmd/COVID-19-train-audio Google-cough-audioset Freesound-cough data If those are ...


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I wrote a python3 scraper for the https://coronatracker.at site that gets the individual states' data. The code is really a wrapper for the amazing pandas function .read_html(), which does basically everything by reading the table from the html. The CSV could be cleaned up (e.g. splitting some columns that contain multiple data points together 42.545 +191 (0%...


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This is a hot research topic. Best chance is to contact researchers, although medical audio recordings are going to be highly sensitive, so getting raw data is not so likely. I found one app that asks users to submit voice samples. https://www.covid-19-sounds.org/en/ It's funded by the EU, so there may be some initiative to make the data open: https://erc....


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