By Laura French
The university, which has been tracking COVID-19 cases worldwide since January, is now publishing data on bed capacity and health insurance for each county
BALTIMORE — Johns Hopkins University, which has been tracking global COVID-19 cases since early on in the outbreak, has now launched a live map and dashboard to track U.S. cases along with detailed health infrastructure reports for every county.
The COVID-19 United States Cases by County dashboard, which sources data from WHO, the CDC and other world health agencies, includes color-coded maps that can be filtered by total cases, cases per capita, total deaths and fatality rate, as well as numbers of recovered patients and a graph showing how the number of cases has risen over time.
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