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There was a time in the United States when 40,000 coronavirus cases in a day seemed like an alarming milestone. That was less than three weeks ago.
HealthLynked has developed its own Corona Virus tracker that allows users to self-report symptoms, if they test positive for the virus, alert contacts so that they can seek medical care to prevent spread.The first infection with 2019-nCoV in the United States was reported on January 21, 2020. The WHO has now documented more than 50 confirmed Cases of Corona Virus in the United States.
We continue to report the lasted WHO data indicated by the following Criteria:
  • WHO conformed Infections are shown in RED,
  • WHO deaths are shown in BLACK.
User can self-report and they are divided into three categories:
  • Users that have NOT tested positive for the virus and are asymptomatic are shown as DARK GREEN
  • Users that have NOT tested Positive for the virus but have symptoms such as a fever, cough or shortness of breath are shown as YELLOW
  • Users who Self Report that they have tested Positive for the Corona Virus are shown as PINK
Users can update their Information as symptoms change and these changes are reflected on the Map. The tracker also shows all the latest news about the virus from around the world to keep users updated on the Virus.
Record numbers of covid-19 fatalities were reported in Florida, Texas and South Carolina on Thursday, and officials throughout the Sun Belt are worried that hospitals could soon reach a breaking point.s the covid-19 pandemic rages, technologists everywhere have been rushing to build apps, services, and systems for contact tracing: identifying and notifying all those who come in contact with a carrier. Some are lightweight and temporary, while others are pervasive and invasive: China’s system, for example, sucks up data including citizens’ identity, location, and even online payment history so that local police can watch for those who break quarantine rules.
We started asking these questions and found that there were not always clear answers.
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Most common symptoms:
dry cough
tirednessLess common symptoms:
aches and pains
sore throat
loss of taste or smell
a rash on skin, or discolouration of fingers or toes
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Some services are being produced locally by small groups of coders, while others are vast, global operations. Apple and Google are mobilizing huge teams to build their upcoming systems that notify people of potential exposure, which could be used by hundreds of millions of people almost immediately.
Opinions differ on whether these apps are just a technocratic daydream or—if done correctly—a potentially useful supplement to manual tracing, in which human workers interview people who’ve been diagnosed with covid-19 and then track down their recent contacts. But the reality is that these services are already rolling out, and many more are likely to come in the next few months.
Despite the avalanche of services, however, we know very little about them or how they could affect society. How many people will download and use them, and how widely used do they have to be in order to succeed? What data will they collect, and who is it shared with? How will that information be used in the future? Are there policies in place to prevent abuse?

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