Keep up to date and well informed with these reliable Coronavirus tracking tools.
The death toll of the coronavirus that originated in Wuhan, China, has killed over 1,000, and the virus has infected more than 42,000 people. On January 30, the World Health Organisation (WHO) officially declared it a global health emergency.
As the virus spreads and people start to panic, experts have created some tools that are useful for tracking the infection.
Several use WHO and Centres for Disease Control data to track outbreaks and recoveries, while others are aimed only at a Chinese audience, and focused on controlling the infection be helping people track who they might have come into contact with.
Using these tools, along with preventative measures like handwashing and avoiding contact with sick people, could slow the spread of the coronavirus.
This app from two French expats in Taiwan has a useful breakdown of infections, deaths, and recoveries by region.
This online dashboard from Johns Hopkins uses CDC and WHO data to track the outbreak in real time (for mobile).