It works in the form of a map and allows you to monitor the extent of the disease in almost real time.
A team of researchers at the American Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University launched a service to monitor the spread of an unknown Chinese coronavirus. The site is a map and several graphs that should help users draw conclusions about the scale of the flash.
The service interface displays up-to-date data received from the World Health Organization and the disease control centers in the USA, China and Europe. The online panel informs about all confirmed cases of diseases, the number of patients recovered and deaths. Clicking on a region reveals detailed information.
The service updates the data every few minutes. Researchers have promised over time to introduce new features for monitoring.