A COVID-19 tracker has been launched by Bing that displays the numbers of confirmed cases worldwide. The data is broken down into active, recovered and fatal cases, and can be filtered by geographic region. This was first reported on Monday by The Next Web.

If you select a region, users will be shown recent news and video pertinent to the situation in that region.

The Bing results page for “coronavirus” contains an embedded version of its COVID-19 tracker.

Bing’s COVID tracker sources data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), and Wikipedia. Users can see when the data was last updated by clicking the information icon in the sidebar menu.

Alphabet-company Verily has launched a COVID-19 screening tool that is currently limited to Santa Clara and San Mateo county residents in California. Soon, the tool is expected to receive a wider roll out.

Google even shows which local businesses are “temporarily closed” in Search and Maps, and displaying a pop-up on the YouTube homepage that directs users to the CDC’s COVID-19 page.

There are other publications and health organizations that launched their own COVID-19 trackers, including the New York TimesJohn Hopkins University and the World Health Organization.

SourceGeorge Nguyen