“Coronavirus Live Updates”, this is the search term in the trend in many countries now.
The world is sitting at the edge of its seat, watching live television, listening to the radio and refreshing their news on mobile phones, to get regular updates on what’s happening around the pandemic outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Though there are many options to get regular updates, we recommend the below 3 options, because they have their unique benefits.
1. Johns Hopkins University’s Dashboard
The Johns Hopkins University compiles all the COVID-19 outbreak data in the live dashboard. Which gives the live updates in the form of a map. You can check it out here.
2. Worldometer Live Stats
The team at Worldometer website is doing a great job in compiling the latest updates in the form of live feeds and also plenty of graphical statistics. If you are looking for a more visual representation of the data. Then check this page.
3. Dr John Campbell YouTube Updates
If you are looking for regular updates from an expert, then we recommend you to follow Dr John Campbell on his YouTube Channel. Visit Here
There are a lot of myths and “internet doctors” advice floating around on how to protect oneself from contracting coronavirus (covid-19) infection. But we advise our readers to stay away from listening advice from unreliable sources.
We suggest you check with your local health department guidelines, and also protection measures and advice updated on the WHO website.
You can check them here.
Or you can also refer to CDC’s guidelines here.