A new study shows two tools that help people understand their risk of dying from COVID-19 based on where they live, along with their socioeconomic information and certain health conditions.
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Our current pandemic makes it critical for accurate information on local health conditions. PolicyMap has health estimation data available for users to understand the conditions in their neighborhoods.
COVID-19 cases are surging in rural areas. By using health resources data, we can identify areas with substantial health-related challenges
Johns Hopkins University and PolicyMap have published two new resources: the COVID-19 Mortality Risk Calculator, and COVID-19 Risk Maps.
Tracking the change over time in reported cases in relation to policy changes can help state and local governments make COVID-19 policy decisions.