A teenager’s website tracking coronavirus has become one of the most vital resources for people seeking accurate and updated numbers on the pandemic.
The URL is nCoV2019.live. We speak with 17-year-old Avi Schiffmann, a high school junior from Mercer Island outside Seattle, who started the site in late December, when coronavirus had not yet been detected outside of China.
Now the site has been visited by tens of millions from every country on Earth.
It tracks deaths, numbers of cases locally and globally, and provides an interactive map, information on the disease, and a Twitter feed.
The resource updates every minute or so, and pulls information from the World Health Organization, the Centers for Disease Control and elsewhere.
It fails to give ages of the dead.
I have thinking that same question: what are the ages of the dead?
Google it. The Government sites don’t post the ages.
Great work. Latin America chart would be better described as South America. Latin America would be a separate chart. Thank you.
If you want you can try my website about Coronavirus Live updates: https://www.coronalive.info
does it track news organizations that won’t report the improvements as well? my fear is that the news media is going to say stay home forever!!!! they are making tons of money on this
Hurray Avi! this is a brilliant website. thank u 4 sharing it with the world. i know u r going 2 go far in ur chosen career.
HURRAY Avi! thanks 4 sharing this website with the world. it is most informative. i know u will go far in whatever career path u choose! God bless
I live in Idaho, you have the best way to track this hook me up