Dr. Le Xie (Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering; Assistant Director of Energy Digitization, Texas A&M Energy Institute; Collaborator, TEES Smart Grid Center) and his team have released a first-of-its-kind open access data hub, namely the Coronavirus Disease-Electricity Market Data Aggregation (COVID-EMDA), to track the impact of the COVID-19 epidemic on electricity markets in the U.S. This ready-to-use data hub integrates generation, load and pricing data across all existing U.S. markets with COVID-19 case data, weather data, cellular phone location data and satellite imaging data into a compact format, and is updated daily to capture the evolving dynamics. Additionally, we perform rigorous statistical analysis of this data to quantify the impact of COVID-19 on the electricity sector. Our analysis suggests a strong correlation between the rise in the number of COVID-19 cases and a reduction in the total load, especially in the Northeast and Coastal regions of the U.S., which contains the majority of the COVID-19 case load in the U.S. We have also uncovered significant spatial variations in the impact of COVID-19 on regional electricity markets, which may be indicative of different social distancing policies and case loads.