Interactive Coronavirus Map Of The World Tracks Every Case

Johns Hopkins University Holds Capitol Hill Briefing On Coronavirus For Congressional Staffers

Johns Hopkins University Holds Capitol Hill Briefing On Coronavirus For Congressional Staffers

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Wash your hands! Don't touch your face! These are troubled times we live in, Coronavirus is freaking us all out. When's the last time you did a handshake? I've been elbowed, foot bumped and waved at from a distance of 6 feet.

Johns Hopkins University announced late Thursday that it will still be a first-round site for the NCAA Division III Tournament that begins Friday, but no spectators will be allowed. The school said in a statement, "In light of Maryland's recently confirmed cases of COVID-19, and based on CDC guidance for large gatherings, we have determined that it is prudent to hold this tournament without spectators."

My wife is supposed to travel to the West Coast next week and we were trying to figure out exactly where this bug is, that's when our engineer Terry showed this to me. Johns Hopkins has made an interactive world map that tracks every single case. It shows you which countries have Coronavirus cases, how many people are sick, and how many are recovering. They constantly update it with information. If you click on the U.S. and zoom in to Massachusetts, you can see the cases here.

Hopefully this map will go away soon, but if you're traveling or just want to stay up to date, this is a useful tool.

Click here for the Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Covid-19 Global Cases Map.

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