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Johns Hopkins University_COVID-19 - Live map shows spread of the virus

The interactive map of the John Hopkins University shows the live spread of the Coronavirus. Currently, there are worldwide 81.500 infected (Status: 26h February, 12:09 AM, UTC/GMT +0)

The map displays how fast and in which countries the virus is spreading. The number of the registered cases are shown graphically with red dots on the map. In addition, there are shown all confirmed and suspected cases of corona infections, as well as the number of deaths and recovering of the infected.

  Quelle: Coronavirus COVID-19 Global Cases by Johns Hopkins CSSE
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