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Coronavirus maps are online tools that help monitor Covid-19's progress in real time. The rapid advance of the disease has worried citizens, government officials and health experts in all corners of the globe. In the midst of the pandemic's progress, these sites allow to monitor confirmed cases of the new coronavirus in real time.

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Check out below four sites to stay informed with updated data on the disease. The list includes an official platform from the World Health Organization (WHO) and Bing Covid, from Microsoft, which works in Portuguese.

Map of the coronavirus in the world: sites show confirmed cases in real time Photo: Ana Letcia Loubak / TechTudoMap of the coronavirus in the world: sites show confirmed cases in real time Photo: Ana Letcia Loubak / TechTudo

Map of the coronavirus in the world: sites show confirmed cases in real time Photo: Ana Letcia Loubak / TechTudo

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1. World Health Organization

The World Health Organization has created a platform to monitor the progress of coronaviruses in the world. The map points, with orange dots, to countries that have confirmed cases of COVID-19. The larger the size of the circumference, the greater the number of infected in the region.

WHO map allows to monitor coronavirus progress in the world Photo: Reproduo / WHOWHO map allows to monitor coronavirus progress in the world Photo: Reproduo / WHO

WHO map allows to monitor coronavirus progress in the world Photo: Reproduo / WHO

In the left column, the tool reports the total number of victims, infected countries and confirmed cases around the globe. A graph shows the growth curve of infections and, on the right side, it is possible to check a ranking of the countries most affected by the pandemic. The website can be accessed at: https://experience.arcgis.com/experience/685d0ace521648f8a5beeeee1b9125cd

2. Microsoft's COVID-19 tracker

Microsoft's coronavirus tracker displays news and videos related to the pandemic's progress in the affected countries Photo: Reproduo / BingMicrosoft's coronavirus tracker displays news and videos related to the pandemic's progress in the affected countries Photo: Reproduo / Bing

Microsoft's coronavirus tracker displays news and videos related to the pandemic's progress in the affected countries Photo: Reproduo / Bing

It is possible to monitor the progress of coronavirus cases in Brazil and worldwide with a tool (bing.com/covid) designed by Bing, a Microsoft search engine. Self-explanatory, the map looks very similar to the WHO. The difference is that, when clicking on a specific country, the tracker shows the total number of active, recovered and fatal cases. The panel also displays a list of news and videos related to the progress of the pandemic in that region.

3. Johns Hopkins University

Experts from the Center for Science and Systems Engineering at Johns Hopkins University in the United States have also developed a website to track the global progress of COVID-19. The data on the map is supplied in real time with information from the World Health Organization and from disease control centers in different countries, which makes the layout and operation of the platform very similar to that of the WHO tool.

Johns Hopkins University website monitors in real time the number of confirmed cases of the new coronavirus Photo: Reproduction / Johns Hopkins University Johns Hopkins University website monitors in real time the number of confirmed cases of the new coronavirus Photo: Reproduction / Johns Hopkins University

Johns Hopkins University website monitors in real time the number of confirmed cases of the new coronavirus Photo: Reproduction / Johns Hopkins University

The system uses red dots to indicate the locations where there are cases of coronavirus. To the left of the map, it is possible to see the total number of infected people and the number of confirmed cases by region. In the upper right corner, tables inform the number of fatal victims and patients recovered per country. There is also a graph that indicates the growth of Covid-19 on the globe.

The Base Lab is another site that provides the map of the coronavirus in the world. Dark red regions have the highest number of cases, while countries colored in lighter shades are the least affected by COVID-19. Above the map it is possible to check the total number of cases, deaths, affected countries and people recovered from the disease around the world. In the lower right corner, the tool allows you to restrict the map to the European continent and China, a feature that allows for more accurate monitoring.

The Base Lab website shows countries most affected by COVID-19 Photo: Reproduction / The Base LabThe Base Lab website shows countries most affected by COVID-19 Photo: Reproduction / The Base Lab

The Base Lab website shows countries most affected by COVID-19 Photo: Reproduction / The Base Lab

The Base Lab panel is full of information. Users can also check graphs with the coronavirus growth curve by region and check countries with the highest percentage increase in the number of cases.

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