The new Google Maps service is available for 220 countries, including Ukraine
“When you open Google Maps, click the layers button in the upper right corner of your screen and click COVID-19 Information.” Then you will see the average number of new COVID cases per 100,000 people over seven days for the area of the map you are viewing, and a label that indicates whether the number of cases is increasing or decreasing. Color coding also helps to easily distinguish the density of new cases, “- noted in the blog.
Current case data is visible at the country level for all 220 countries and territories supported by Google Maps, as well as state or provincial, county, and city level data, if available.
The data provided for the COVID layer comes from several reputable sources including Johns Hopkins, New York Times, and Wikipedia. These sources receive data from public health organizations such as the World Health Organization, government ministries of health, and state and local health agencies and hospitals.
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