Esri Releases Apps and Data to Help Essential Businesses Maintain Operational Continuity During COVID-19


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Esri has created, curated, and released a suite of resources to help essential businesses like commercial organizations, government agencies, and utilities maintain operational continuity during the COVID-19 pandemic. These resources are designed to help organizations understand the current status of their operations and employees, analyze relative community risk to COVID-19, and inform business strategies moving forward (such as shifting to delivery- or curbside-fulfillment). Please feel free to share any of these resources with your readers.

  •  The new Coronavirus Business Continuity solution includes configurable apps and surveys to enable organizations to track the status and location of their employees and facilities throughout the supply chain and communicate that information with internal and external stakeholders such as suppliers or customers. 
  • Impact Planning for COVID-19 provides a snapshot of every US county, including daily updates on each county’s COVID-19 cases and data on population vulnerability, hospital beds, and more.
  • The Health and Medical Lifeline: COVID-19 Risk Model from FEMA ranks counties by high, medium, and low risk for COVID-19 vulnerability and risk.
  • County-level COVID-19 case data from Johns Hopkins University provides real-time intelligence into where infections are spreading and might impact operational continuity.

 Essential businesses, the media, and the public can find these resources and more, including additional datasets and dashboards on theCOVID-19 GIS Hub site.

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