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Coronavirus Disease 2019: Maps and Media

The COVID-19 Pandemic in Charts

NEW!! Timeline: Human Coronavirus Discoveries. Source: The Scientist; June 4, 2020
Accompanies the article A Brief History of Human Coronaviruses.

The Covid-19 pandemic in two animated charts. MIT Technology Review; updated April 21, 2020.
Data: Johns Hopkins CCSE

COVID-19 hospital use projections, assuming full social distancing
Source: University of Washington, Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME)

World Health Organization/WHO Data Maps

Health Emergency Dashboard

WHO Health Emergency Dashboard; includes diseases, natural disasters, etc.

Epidemic Intelligence from Open Sources (EIOS)

Sources for COVID-19 Forecasts (CDC)


Laboratory-confirmed COVID-19-associated hospitalization rates and other surveillance activity are available in COVIDView weekly surveillance summary (online and pdf formats).

State and national forecasting data from other sources (Imperial College, London, Columbia University, etc.) can be found on the COVID-19 Forecasts page.

Alerts from; searchable by disease, location and other parameters.

The COVID-19 map is also interactive:

Novel Coronavirus Infection Map

Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Infection Map - Global Trend (University of Washington, Humanistic GIS Laboratory).

Coronavirus COVID-19 Global Cases

Global cases dashboard of COVID-19 (Johns Hopkins University, Center for Systems Science and Engineering/CSSE).

UPDATED!! Emerging Infectious Disease Podcasts

Expert Insights on COVID-19

Expert Insights on COVID-19 - an Elsevier podcast series.  Experts share their invaluable insights into the mode of transmission and pathophysiology of the COVID-19 virus.

CNN Podcast: Coronavirus: Fact vs. Fiction

CNN's Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta provides the latest news about the coronavirus.  The podcast series is available on:

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