Johns Hopkins has created an interactive website that tracks the spread of the coronavirus around the globe. The site is updated daily, if not several times per day. And it shows the number of confirmed coronavirus cases around the globe (along with the precise location on a map), the number of people who have recovered from the virus, and the total number who have perished. With the report today that Italy has seen coronavirus spike from 3 cases, to
132 230, in a matter of days, it does look like coronavirus is taking on a more global dimension. That’s all reflected on the Johns Hopkins site, whose data is drawn from the WHO, CDC, ECDC, NHC and DXY. You can read more about the interactive website at The Lancet.
Find information about the Coronavirus at this dedicated CDC website.
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Not precise. The red dot on the UK would suggest all the cases are near Carlisle. Most of the UK cases are in the south of England and none are in the area of Carlisle.
You usually just put a dot somewhere in the country. Data represents cases per country, it is not related to the specific countries location.