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A new respiratory virus has been in the news because of its swift spread around the world. The virus has been named “SARS-CoV-2” and the disease it causes has been named “coronavirus disease 2019” (abbreviated “COVID-19”). The CDC is tracking the virus and its spread, and is making recommendations to Institutions of Higher Learning on how to respond to the virus.
This Research Guide provides information about COVID-19 and what the government, state, and local agencies are doing to prevent its spread in our communities.
Black: Cities with 1,000 or more cases
Purple: Cities with 100 or more cases.
Red: Cities with 20 or more cases.
Orange: Less than 20 cases
Diamond shape: Cities with deaths
This is another representation of the same data presented by Ari Shiffman, a high school student at Washington State. Data is from BNO News, CDC, and WHO. You can find the data tables and more about the visualization at nCoV2019.live.