I'm surprised we don't have one yet.
I've been using a GIS dashboard which tracks confirmed Coronavirus (COVID-19) global cases by state/province or country depending on geographic size. Some interesting data! Death rate appears to be higher than the media are reporting. 6% in the source province in china going on current numbers but there are still many cases reported as 'live'.
Anyone know anything (other than bog roll must protect you).
I've been using that too:
I was due to go to northern Italy next week so I was also using this:
No such equivalent interactive information for the UK available as far as I'm aware.
Up to date information in this country is pretty useless without having to trawl to find it. A map of Wales with only total numbers and no specific area notifications is useless to me because I need to know how close it is to where I live because my wife will need to self isolate for medical reasons.
However we needn't worry because the at breaking point NHS is fully equipped to deal with the outbreak.
I got a full refund for the cancelled holiday next week from a local firm. I cancelled a holiday on Lake Como in June within the specified cancellation dates after paying only £100 deposit and now Tui are pursuing me for £300 in addition for 'cancellation fees'. Greedy twats.