Update February 26, 2023: As per the Johns Hopkins CSSE map, today 81,005 coronavirus cases are confirmed across the world.
The number of novel coronavirus cases is rapidly changing. A realtime map tracking the Cotonavirus shows how quickly the disease spreads.
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The map from Wuhan Coronavirus – Johns Hopkins University’s Center for Systems Science and Engineering monitors coronavirus cases across the world.
LOOK: Here are the countries/regions surrounding the Philippines that reported at least 1 confirmed case of novel #coronavirus.
As of this posting, the Philippines still don’t have any confirmed case, only 25 “patients under investigation”.
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— EarthShakerPH (@earthshakerph) January 28, 2023
The dashboard of the map collects data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the World Health Organization(WHO), the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control(ECDPC) and the Chinese website DXY, which gathers data from China’s NHC (National Health Commission) and the CCDC. The Coronavirus confirmed cases results populate a worldwide view of coronavirus cases in real-time.
The CDC frequently updates its map of confirmed coronavirus cases, it shows Coronavirus cases by country in spite of region or city.