Keep pace with the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus with these interactive maps from Johns Hopkins University that show both the World and the United States.

The map allows us to see all kinds of data about the COVID-19 coronavirus. It shows the number of people infected, how many have recovered from it, and how many have died. Johns Hopkins University's purpose for this map is obviously to keep everyone educated and informed. Check back often for continual updates.

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[UPDATED 5/2/20 at 6:15 pm]

Confirmed Cases COVID-19 - Global: 

  • 396,249 (3/24) 
  • 529,093 (3/26) 
  • 595,953 (3/27) 
  • 710,918 (3/29) 
  • 823,479 (3/31)
  • 1,066,706 (4/3)
  • 1,450,343 (4/8)
  • 1,945,055 (4/14)
  • 2,402,798 (4/19)
  • 2,593,129 (4/22)
  • 3,419,184 (5/2)

Confirmed Cases COVID-19 - United States:  

  • 46,548 (3/24)
  • 83,507 (3/26)
  • 104,463 (3/27)
  • 135,499 (3/29) 
  • 75,067 (3/31)
  • 258,214 (4/3)
  • 399,979 (4/8)
  • 583,220 (4/14)
  • 759,467 (4/19)
  • 826,184 (4/22)
  • 1,127,712 (5/2)

The United States accounts for almost 33% of confirmed cases in the World.


Death Rate (Global):

  • 6.8% (4/19)
  • 6.9% (4/22)
  • 7.0% (5/2)

Death Rate (United States):

  • 5.3% (4/19)
  • 5.4% (4/22)
  • 5.8% (5/2)

From the World Health Organization:

Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses which may cause illness in animals or humans.  In humans, several coronaviruses are known to cause respiratory infections ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS). The most recently discovered coronavirus causes coronavirus disease COVID-19. - World Health Organization

 

Here is what they suggest we do to protect ourselves and some of the myths associated with it. Keep a watchful eye out for those who will use this crisis to scam people. The World Health Organization is warning everyone about it. Corona Virus scams.

Get more information about COVID-19 from the WHO, CDC, and the M.N. Health Dept.

The World Health Organization (WHO)

U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Minnesota Health Department

FDA

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