Google Maps has a practical real-time map so you can follow the global progress of the coronavirus.

If you have seen or read the news in recent days, you will have been able to verify that there is a name that resonates strongly: coronavirus.

Google Maps has a practical real-time map so you can follow the global progress of the coronavirus.
Google Maps has a practical real-time map so you can follow the global progress of the coronavirus.

This virus has already claimed dozens of lives in China, forcing the country to decree the most massive quarantine in its history, closing even the cities of Wuhan - where it began - and Huanggang to prevent its spread.

Despite these measures, media such as La Vanguardia report that cases of coronaviruses have already been published in the United States, South Korea, Japan, and Thailand.

If you want to keep up to date with the news related to this topic, you must know the real-time map of Google Maps in which all cases of coronavirus are updated worldwide.

The real-time map of Google Maps to see the progress of the coronavirus.

Digital media or social networks are not the only technological platforms to keep up with what is happening in the world.

An example of this is Google Maps, which now has a real-time map in which you can see all cases related to the coronavirus. Both confirmed, suspects, and those that have been discarded.

The technology giant has created this interactive map so that users can follow live what is the situation of the virus in every corner of the world. Therefore, in the map you can see below, all cases are indicated with their corresponding icons.

Move the map to see how this virus is affecting different countries. If you want to know more information about a particular case, click on its icon to know its exact location, and read some lines with proven knowledge about it.

Also, in the list on the left side of the screen, you can see the cases one by one, which are divided into the Suspicious, Confirmed, and Discarded categories. With the purple alert icon, Wuhan is indicated, the city ​​where the spread of the virus began.

As we say, this map is in real-time, so you can use it every time you want to know how the coronavirus moves through the planet. Also, if you think it is useful, you can share it with other users by clicking on the Share button that appears at the top of the left bar.

It is how the coronavirus has affected Chinese tech giants
Seeing the relevance obtained by the coronavirus in recent days, it is interesting to see how the technological giants of the Chinese market, such as Xiaomi or Huawei, have been affected.

The first related news was carried out by Xiaomi, which announced that it would incorporate an information card in its Mi Health app so that users could know in real-time all the necessary information.

In this way, the company demonstrates that technology can become a vital tool for health in cases like this.

On the other side, we have Huawei, which has delayed the celebration of one of its most important annual events, scheduled for February 11 and 12, due to the danger posed by the virus., one of the largest retail companies in the country, has banned the increase in the price of masks, a product with strong demand from citizens at the moment.

Thus, we see how some of the companies with more weight in China have also been affected by the coronavirus, whose news must be followed closely during these days.


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