What is a COVID-19 Tracker? Find out here

Last Updated at: Dec 10, 2020
Covid-19 Tracker
As per Union Health Ministry’s update on 30th November, 2020, India’s Covid-19 tally rose to 94.31 lakh with 38,772 fresh cases, while the recoveries surged to 88,47,600. The Union Health Minister has said that India will be able to provide vaccines to the people of the country in the first 3-4 months of 2021. By July-August, we 25-30 crore people will be provided vaccines.


Constructive Efforts in different proportions and magnitude are on to combat the spread of this virus and disturb its vicious cycle. One such important fruit of such efforts is the Covid-19 tracker, which is a user-friendly application that allows authorities, researchers, and the general public to assess the impact of this pandemic.

Scientists from the Carnegie Mellon University, U.S., have recently developed an interactive Covid-19 tracker to provide a whole new experience of tracking new Covid-19 related developments across the world.

To know the live status of COVID-19 (active, dead, and recovered)

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If you click on any place, you will get the number of deaths, recoveries and cases. The below screenshot is as per the data on the 27th of March 2020.

You can just click on an area or country of their interest and find out details of Covid-19 cases, recoveries and deaths therein. This simple and interactive Covid-19 tracker allows the users to visualize the impact of Coronavirus in real-time, in their locality of interest. It includes a map that uses data and real-time updates from the much-acclaimed Worldometre platform.

On a similar note, the Johns Hopkins University has developed a live Covid-19 tracker. Indeed, it helps to provide online and up-to-date figures related to novel Coronavirus. Indeed, it includes an interactive dashboard that captures all confirmed cases, casualties, and recoveries of the Covid-19 outbreak.

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It tracks the cumulative cases of the Covid-19 around the world. And the confirmed cases are depicted in a map in red circles. A chart also indicates the confirmed cases, breaking it down country-wise, state-wise and city-wise. Indeed, the users have to click on the area of his choice to get information regarding reported cases of Covid-19.

It also shows how many people have recovered from the grasp of this pandemic after being reported ‘positive’. This dashboard relies on data from sources such as the WHO (World Health Organization), the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control, the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention and other public and private research institutions. It has made waves on the internet right from becoming ‘public’ on 22nd January 2020. This tracker is being maintained through a coordinated effort of updating (automated and manual).

The COVID-19 situation map by the WHO is another important tool to track Coronavirus cases. Moreover, it depicts country-specific cases with mortality, recovered and infected figures. Up-to-date and cumulative trend curves of this pandemic virus cases are also available in charts.


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