COVID-19 in Connecticut

Author: Kate Doiron Published: April 9, 2020

FLO and the Connecticut Conference of Municipalities created a web-mapping application to help Connecticut municipalities identify where in their communities the COVID-19 outbreak might present the greatest public health challenge.

Explore the web map to see concentrations of vulnerable populations (people ages 65 and over, those living with a disability, and more), COVID-19 case totals by town (updated daily), assisted-living facilities, hospitals, and COVID-19 testing sites. We will continue adding data layers in the coming days, so check back often for more information.

If you need help getting started, check out the two videos below on the basics of the web map and how to use the query tool.

Questions or suggestions about how we can improve the map? Get in touch: kdoiron@flo-analytics.com.

 

COVID-19 in Connecticut Web Map

See Native Web Map

Intro to the Map

Query Tool Demo

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