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Data, dots and devotees made the Johns Hopkins COVID-19 map huge. Now it’s done.

March 14, 2023

Excluding NORAD’s Christmas Eve Santa tracker, there may not be a world map viewed so many times as the one Johns Hopkins University engineers created to keep tabs on COVID-19. Housed on a Hopkins graduate student’s Google Drive, it crashed the day it launched in January 2020 as scientists and the public alike clamored for information on a novel killer virus that was not provided by the government or anyone else.

 

Article Source: The Baltimore Banner

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