Google and Stanford make interactive coronavirus maps for journalists

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  • A coronavirus map from Google and Stanford makes it easy to visualize the severity of coronavirus outbreaks in specific areas across the U.S.
  • These coronavirus maps can easily be embedded, thus making it easier for local journalists to provide readers with up to date visualizations of coronavirus outbreaks in their area.
  • The coronavirus pandemic is still impacting the entire country, but there are early signs that the virus may have peaked in some populated U.S. cities.
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With coronavirus statistics being updated on an hour by hour basis, it can sometimes be challenging to accurately interpret some data points. As an obvious example, the implications stemming from an outbreak of 15 coronavirus cases in a densely populated city like New York City isn’t the same as a similar outbreak occurring in a small suburban town.

One strategy researchers have come up with to better inform the public about coronavirus outbreaks is an immersive mapping tool that helps visualize the severity of the coronavirus pandemic across U.S. states and cities.

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