The number of new coronavirus cases is constantly changing; there is a real-time tracking map showing all the details
The expansion of the coronavirus has been a reality that has plagued the world for almost three months. Day by day they appear new cases, more people die and countries are forced to take action prevention, containment and of fight against him virus.
In order to follow the day to day of this advance, the Systems Science and Engineering Center of the Johns Hopkins University He created an interactive map that tracks coronavirus cases worldwide.
The tool collects data from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention USA (CDC), the World Health Organization, European Center for Disease Prevention and Control, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CCDC) and the Chinese website DXY, which aggregates data from the China National Health Commission and the CCDC. The results provide a global overview of coronavirus cases in real time.
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The coronavirus map, minute by minute
The coronavirus case map is updated in real time as the global health agencies confirm more cases.
The interactive map shows the regions where the patients have been diagnosed with coronavirus: the more cases there are in a region, the bigger their point on the map will be (at this moment, the biggest point belongs to Hubei province, where the outbreak originated).
Lauren Gardner, director of the Center for Systems Science and Engineering and professor of civil engineering at Johns Hopkins, said in early February that the map is not just a resource for the public: Health officials can download the data, which will serve to research on the coronavirus in the future.
The map too puts the bud in perspective, with thousands of confirmed cases in mainland China and hundreds in other parts of the world.
In this graph, the Johns Hopkins University Center for Systems Science and Engineering shows the case confirmation throughout the year in mainland China (orange), other places (yellow) and the number of recovered patient cases (green).
The map of the coronavirus cases that were recovered
CDC also regularly updates its Map from confirmed cases of coronavirus, although it shows cases by country instead of by region or city.
Coronavirus in Latin America
The coronavirus is in 14 countries in Latin America: Ecuador, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Dominican Republic, Chile, Peru, Colombia, Costa Rica, Paraguay, Panama, Bolivia, Honduras and Cuba, and local governments have strengthened their measures in an attempt to control the pandemic. In other countries, health authorities strengthen controls to prevent cases from reaching their territories and, if they do, contain them in the best possible way.
The coronavirus map in Latin America
Brazil: 52 confirmed cases
On his Twitter account the Brazilian Ministry of Health has reported that 52 positive cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in the country. Most of those infected are in Sao Paulo.
# Atualização | Situation of # coronavirus No brazil???????? on 03/11, at 17h.
▶ ️907 suspenseful cases in investigation
▶ ️52 confirmed
DF 2 #coronavirus # COVID19
– Ministério da Saúde (@minsaude) March 11, 2020
It was the first country in Latin America in reporting coronavirus cases.
Jair Bolsonaro underwent the coronavirus test
In the last hours, as a result of a member of the Cabinet was infected, the president himself Jair Bolsonaro he had to take the test to test if he was sick; the test would have given negative, according to what was reported by the Brazilian media and by the son of the president. It should be remembered that Bolsonaro had described the threat of the coronavirus as “oversized”.
Chile: 23 cases of coronavirus
The Chilean Ministry of Health updated the confirmed cases in the country on Wednesday March 11 to 23. About 14 are in the metropolitan region.
Chile registers 17 confirmed cases of coronavirus this Tuesday, March 10. The undersecretary of Healthcare Networks of the Ministry of Health Arturo Zúñiga said in an interview with Emol TV said that some of these cases are imported while others were infected by people who had also traveled abroad.
The Ministry of Health of Chile confirmed on March 3 the first case of patient with coronavirus in the country; was a 33-year-old person who traveled through Southeast Asia.
One patient is a 14-year-old boy who was part of a family group that had traveled to Italy and of whom three people had already been diagnosed with the disease.
Just like it happened in Argentina, in the country trasandino football matches with live audiences were suspended. While the tournament will continue, disputes will take place at closed doors of stadiums.
Costa Rica: 22 cases of coronavirus
The Costa Rican Minister of Health, Daniel Salas, confirmed this March 11th that there are 22 people infected with the coronavirus in the country.
Of the infected people 14 are women and 8 men; 19 are Costa Rican and 3 foreigners.
Argentina: 21 confirmed cases and 2 deaths
Increased to twenty-one the number of infected with the new coronavirus in Argentina, as reported by Ministry of Health. Two new cases on March 11 are people with a history of travel to Europe.
Argentina took a series of measures to combat the coronavirus
On March 9, authorities confirmed 5 new cases of COVID-19.
On March 3, the Ministry of Health of the City of Buenos Aires confirmed the first case of coronavirus in Argentina. This was a patient who had recently returned from Italy, who was discharged this March 13.
It’s important to put attention on Argentina It is the only country of Latin America, With Panama, where fatal cases of this disease have been registered, which the Health Minister considered “would later arrive in the country”.
Last Thursday, March 12, the president Alberto Fernández arranged, through a Decree of Need and Urgency (DNU) the extension of the health emergency throughout the national territory. This means that the country is in a critical state in relation to its health system and empowers the enforcement authority, that is, the Ministry of Health, to take a series of extraordinary measures or determinations of its regular functions.
Although the detail of the reasons and the particular cases of application of the DNU is published in the Official Gazette, the Health portfolio, in charge of Dr. Ginés González García, disseminated a large part of the text of the regulation through its Twitter
The President of the Nation @alferdez announced the signing of a Decree of Necessity and Urgency in order to protect the population by virtue of the declaration of the coronavirus COVID-19 as a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO). We share some provisions:
– Ministry of Health of the Nation (@msalnacion) March 13, 2020
Ecuador: 17 cases of coronavirus
The Ecuadorian Ministry of Health announced on March 10 that there is 17 cases of coronavirus
There are cases of relatives and people of the “primary nucleus” of the first patient diagnosed in the country.
The first patient is an older adult who continues under medical supervision and intensive therapy. His prognosis is “reserved”.
Peru: 17 confirmed cases of coronavirus
The Peruvian Ministry of Health reported on March 11 that they have detected 17 positive cases in the country.
Four of the cases are family or friends of the first case registered in the country.
The first case is a 25-year-old man with a history of having been in Spain, France and the Czech Republic, according to President Martín Vizcarra.
Panama: 14 confirmed cases and 1 dead
On March 11 the Panama Ministry of Health confirmed several new cases of coronavirus in the country, bringing the number of people infected in the country to 14, among which is one who lost her life.
The Ministry of Health of Panama reported at a press conference on Monday night, March 9, that a 40-year-old woman, who developed fever and cough after arriving in Panama from Spain, was diagnosed with coronavirus. The patient is isolated at home and “her condition is mild,” according to the ministry.
Colombia: 9 cases of coronavirus
The Government of Colombia ordered this Wednesday, March 11, the preventive isolation of people entering the country from China, Italy, Spain and France, countries where the new coronavirus circulates.
Six new cases of coronavirus were also confirmed in the country. Three were people who traveled abroad and the other three were infected by a confirmed case in Medellín on Monday, March 9.
This March 6, the Colombian Ministry of Health confirmed the first case of coronavirus in the country.
This is a 19-year-old patient from Milano, Italy.
On Monday, March 9, two more cases were confirmed: a 34-year-old man from the city of Buga and a 50-year-old woman from Medellín.
Mexico: 12 cases of coronavirus
The Mexican health authorities confirmed on March 11 that the number of people infected by the new coronavirus rose to 12. The first case in Nuevo León was also confirmed: it is a man with a history of travel to Europe, Germany and Spain.
The new confirmed cases are in Querétaro, Mexico City and the State of Mexico.
The first confirmed coronavirus patient in Mexico was discharged.
You will remain isolated at home for the next 14 days.
Paraguay: 5 cases of coronavirus
The Paraguayan Ministry of Health confirmed on March 10 that there are 5 cases of COVID-19 in the country.
The first case was a 32-year-old man, who arrived from Ecuador during the first days of March.
For the next 15 days, school and public activities attended in the country have been suspended.
Dominican Republic: 5 cases of coronavirus
The first case of coronavirus in this country was reported on March 2. This is an Italian citizen of 62 years which is stable. The patient arrived in the country on February 22 without symptoms and two days later he began to present respiratory problems.
A Public Health commission has been permanently deployed in the hotel where he was staying.
The Ministry of Public Health asks the population not to fall into disinformation and reiterates that there is no community transmission.
Uruguay: 4 cases of coronavirus
It is the last country where coronavirus cases were confirmed. This Friday, March 13, the Uruguay Ministry of Public Health confirmed the first cases of coronaviruses in the country; is about two people from Montevideo and two others from Salto.
The portfolio stated in its account Twitter that the four cases correspond to people “coming from Milan” who entered Uruguay between March 3 and 6. “The patients are stable and at home,” they point out.
The first 4 cases of Coronavirus Covid-19 were confirmed. All from Milan, having entered the country between March 3 and 6. The patients are stable and at home. This Ministry is doing the traceability control of its environment. (Follow)
– MSP – Uruguay (@MSPUruguay) March 13, 2020
Bolivia: 2 cases of coronavirus
The Bolivian Minister of Health, Aníbal Cruz Senzano, confirmed the March 10th that there are two cases of coronavirus in the country. “There have been two cases of coronavirus in our country. They are two women, aged 60 and 64, whose travel history reports a presence in Italy, “he said.
Honduras: 2 cases of coronavirus
The Honduran Ministry of Health reported this March 11 that two people tested positive for coronavirus.
One of the people has 42 years and she is a pregnant Honduran who had traveled to Spain and entered the country on March 4, is hospitalized and her condition is stable, the secretariat reported.
The second case is a Honduran from 37 years who entered the country on March 5 on a flight from Switzerland. The woman remains isolated at home with medical surveillance.
Cuba: 3 cases of coronavirus
The government of Cuba reported on March 11 the first three cases of coronavirus, during the daily transmission of state news.
The patients are three Italian citizens who were visiting the island and are now quarantined at a nearby hospital in Havana, the government said. They are in stable condition.
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