Swiss broadcaster RTS has created a list of charts showing the rates of infection over the last 14 days by canton.
In addition to the numbers presented above, here are a few other data sources. The first two have charts showing numbers by canton.
Tribune de Genève – this gives a breakdown of Swiss data by canton. It also provides an estimate of recoveries.
Corona data – this gives a breakdown of Swiss data by canton and contains charts showing infection rate per capita.
Worldometer – this gives a good summary of the world broken down by country. It also provides data on the number of recoveries, which makes it possible to see the death rates on closed cases, which is less naive than fatalities divided by cases, the most commonly presented rate.
Johns Hopkins University – this is the most commonly cited source. It provides a global view and allows you to drill down below country level in places like China and the US.
The figures are not always the same across these sources. In Switzerland, the asynchronous flow of data from cantonal authorities makes collating and keeping the data up to date challenging.