Telemedicine is an important tool for fighting the COVID-19 outbreak. But some of those who may need it most do not have computers or internet access.
Quality of Life
Posts about data on crime, environment, transit access, commute to work, energy, food access, libraries and nonprofits & more.
Mapping hospital capacity, chronic health conditions, and more can help identify places that may need to add hospital beds as the COVID-19 pandemic unfolds.
Layering data on demographics, health, medical facilities, and more can help identify neighborhoods likely to be the most harmed by the coronavirus.
Areas can be ready when disasters strike by identifying their strengths and weaknesses, with new Baseline Resilience Indicators for Communities (BRIC) data.
Some population groups are especially prone to natural disasters and extreme weather due to socioeconomic status, limited transportation, and other factors.