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Coronavirus Map

location of coronavirus cases Wuhan Coronavirus (2019-nCoV)

Are you trying to find out the status of the recent Wuhan Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) outbreak near your property, mine site or mining lease? The Coronavirus map is an innovative tool that is now available on the Australasian Mine Safety Journal Website. The tool lists the current location of coronavirus cases and the status of Coronavirus cases across the globe.

The Coronavirus map (interactive version below) has been developed to show virus hot spots across the globe. The Map uses data available from US Sources and other information providers (see below). Please be patient the map may take a few seconds to load.

Where are the Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) cases near me?

There are currently many cases of Coronavirus across the globe. You can find the data and any available information on the Coronavirus cases (below) or use our real-time Coronavirus in Australia data here.

Where can I find information on the Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) in my region?

You can contact your local health authority (links available on our website) or you can review the Coronavirus Map by clicking below.

How reliable is the information contained in the map?

The information is updated as it comes to hand but we would always recommend checking with your health authority or Google Crisis Maps for more information.

You can zoom to areas on the map to examine specific location of Coronavirus cases. You can also read our Australian based data set here

The case data visualized is collected from various sources, including WHO, U.S. CDCECDC China CDC (CCDC), NHC and DXY. DXY is a Chinese website that aggregates NHC and local CCDC situation reports in near real-time, providing more current regional case estimates than the national level reporting organizations are capable of, and is thus used for all the mainland China cases reported in our dashboard (confirmed, suspected, recovered, deaths). U.S. cases (confirmed, suspected, recovered, deaths) are taken from the U.S. CDC, and all other country (suspected and confirmed) case data is taken from the corresponding regional health departments. The dashboard is intended to provide the public with an understanding of the outbreak situation as it unfolds, with transparent data sources.

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AMSJ April 2022