Esri hub shows COVID-19 impact across every county in Ireland

  • Donegal County Council has used Esri Ireland’s mapping platform to create a free online dashboard, mapping and charting information related to confirmed COVID-19 cases throughout the island of Ireland.

    Compiling data from the Department of Health and Public Health Northern Ireland, the hub is updated daily and provides information on confirmed cases such as age profile, transmission cause, number of infected healthcare workers and more.

    The dashboard itself can be viewed here.

    Esri, specialist in Geographic Information Systems (GIS), has also compiled COVID-19 Impact Planning infographics for every county in Ireland on their preparedness for coronavirus, with information on the number of hospitals, GPs, health centres and total county populations.

    All county infographics can be viewed here. 

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    Confirmed cases and data can be filtered for analysis by county and district. Charts and graphs on confirmed cases and deaths, as well as breakdowns of age groups, gender and transmission type can all be viewed clearly.

    Percentage and actual increases in figures, including the number of healthcare workers infected and number of cases in ICU, can be tracked via the dashboard on a day-to-day basis.

    Links to official guidelines and information from the HSE, Department of Health, Public Health Northern Ireland and World Health Organisation are also available on the platform.

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    Source: Written from press release

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