Johns Hopkins retools COVID-19 display, includes infrastructure, population, policies and cases, more
The newly revamped Johns Hopkins University coronavirus report is even more finely tuned now than before. Now when a user clicks on a county, a page pops up with so much detail that I can’t begin to describe it all.
When you go to Solano County, for instance, don’t just stare at it. Hover over items and click on various parts to drill down and get more.
Note that the image above is not a live interactive version. You have to go to Johns Hopkins’ Solano County page to get the real deal.
To start at the beginning, go to the US map at the Coronavirus Resource Center. You can enlarge and recenter using a mouse wheel, your finger or the +- button. Click on a county for details.Thanks to my friend Constance Beutel for alerting me to this incredible new tool.