Covid visualizer

Nowadays, we are speaking about this deadly virus. People don’t understand the gravity of the current situation. Covid visualizer is a site updated in real time where you visually understand where the virus is spreading and how many cases every country has.

This website was developed by Navid Mamoon and Gabriel Rasskin, two students at Carnegie Mellon University.

The goal of this project is to provide a simple but interactive way for any one to visualize the impact of this global phenomenon. We wanted a way to see this as something that brings us all together: It’s not one country, or another country. it’s one planet. And this is what it looks like today.

The data is from Worldometer’s real-time updates, utilizing reliable sources around the world. The TODAY cases/deaths are based on GMT (+0).

Enrico

My greatest passion is technology. I am interested in multiple fields and I have a lot of experience in software design and development. I started professional development when I was 6 years. Today I am a strong full-stack .NET developer (C#, Xamarin, Azure). Take a look at my other blog PureSourceCode.

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