Microsoft tool to track corona cases

The map shows the number of cases on a per-country basis, broken down by the number of currently active cases, recovered cases, and fatal cases.

A new map created by Microsoft’s Bing team gives people a simple way to observe the spread of COVID-19, The Verge reported on Monday.

The interactive map gives up-to-date information about the number of confirmed cases worldwide and breaks down the number of active cases, recovered cases, and fatal cases by country also as by each US state.

You can click on any country or state to search out related articles for that specific region. However, it’d be best to not use it for locating news articles – a number of the articles provided are irrelevant or outdated, according to an analysis conducted by The Verge.

But the knowledge on the amount of confirmed COVID-19 cases appears to be updated regularly; the tool draws data from sources including the WHO, the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control, and also the US CDC.

It’s worth noting that this is not the tech company-created website President Trump talked about late last week, which is being created by the virus, including an internet site to assist manage coronavirus diagnosis and treatment. Google. Google is additionally performing on tools to supply information about the virus, including an internet site to assist manage coronavirus diagnosis and treatment.

Google was reportedly caught off guard when President Trump announced the govt would collaborate with Google to form such tools, but now Google is within the process of developing an informational website and personalized service for diagnosis. However, the tools are going to be less ambitious than Trump’s description, according to Axios

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