Fatalities due to the Caronavirus started at a rate of 3 percent, it is now down to 2 percent. The number of novel caronavirus cases is changing quickly. A real-time tracking map shows us just how quickly.
Johns Hopkins University’s Center for Systems Science and Engineering follows caronavirus cases from around the world and processes them into a map. Here it is:
The dashboard collects data from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the World Health Organization and several other disease prevention organizations and disease aggregators . The results create a worldwide view of coronavirus cases in real time.