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This coronavirus map shows all reported cases in the world

This interactive map provided by Johns Hopkins shows you where every reported coronavirus case in the world is located and how many people have died.

HOUSTON — It's difficult to keep up with what's going on with the worldwide spread of COVID-19, the novel coronavirus.

That's where this interactive map provided by the Johns Hopkins Center for Systems Science and Engineering comes in handy -- really handy.

If you're using the mobile app to see the map, you can click on the circular arrows button to enlarge that section. You are also able to click on the individual red circles to see the cases in that country.

On a desktop, you can click on the circles to see the number of cases in an individual country, state or province.

The map shows confirmed coronavirus cases as well as how many people have tested positive, died, recovered and how many existing cases remain.

The map is best viewed on a desktop. Tap/click for a bigger view from Johns Hopkins University.

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It's a big help for people who are struggling to keep up with all of the information that has been floating around the internet.

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