The spread of COVID-19 has put intergenerational households at high risk, making it critical for health officials to be able to identify them.
Using the daily-updated COVID-19 cases on PolicyMap, local officials can target resources in hard-hit counties with vulnerable populations.
Identifying which students are at higher risk of falling behind and needing support is key to addressing inequality exacerbated by the pandemic.
Tracking the change over time in reported cases in relation to policy changes can help state and local governments make COVID-19 policy decisions.
Mapping race, income, incarceration, lending practices, and more can help shed light on some of the underpinnings of racial inequities.
We are releasing a publicly available (beta) application focused on answering crucial questions faced by communities dealing with the COVID-19 virus.
The COVID-19 pandemic is putting a strain on our mental health. Mapping those most affected along with treatment facilities can highlight gaps in care.
Mapping data on race alongside health and occupation data shows which neighborhoods may be hardest hit by the COVID-19 outbreak.
Telemedicine is an important tool for fighting the COVID-19 outbreak. But some of those who may need it most do not have computers or internet access.