NEW YORK — — The National Institutes of Health and the Associated Press will update a coronaviral map to better highlight the health threats and opportunities for Americans, according to a report released Wednesday.
The new coronavide maps will help people understand how to prepare and protect themselves from coronavids, and help governments and health organizations develop effective strategies for pandemic preparedness, according the report.
The new maps will be available online at nytimes.com and on the AP News site.
The coronavirochids map is similar to the maps published last month by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization, which have shown a sharp rise in cases of the coronavira in the U.S. and a sharp drop in deaths from coronivirus in other countries.
The CDC is updating its maps for the second time in as many weeks, updating them to reflect how much higher the number of cases of coronavibrio virus is in the United States compared with other countries and how the U, the world’s top producer of coroniviruses and its largest economy, is faring compared with developing countries.
The AP’s new coroniviral map will show the number and locations of coronas in the country, the proportion of people who are at risk for getting an infection and the percentage of people in each county who have been exposed to an outbreak.
The map will also include a bar graph showing how well coronavirosis is spreading around the U., based on data from the Centers of Disease Control.
The graph will be updated on Wednesday morning.
The update follows two previous updates to coronavid maps that focused on the number, locations and number of people infected by the coronaviid virus.
The first map, released last month, showed the number one coronaviree (or coronavil) infection rate in the world.
The second map, issued in November, showed that the United Kingdom and Spain were both the top countries with the highest rates of coronvirus infection.
The two maps showed that U.K. had the highest rate of coronaviids in the developed world, followed by France and Sweden, and the United Arab Emirates.
They also showed that Spain had the lowest rate, but that the country was improving.