Released on 18th March 2020, 23:00 GMT CoronaMapLive is a realtime worldwide map visualising cases of Coronavirus around the globe.
The aim is to give a global-wide realistic and real-time view of the Coronavirus-spread to assist the entire global community in planning, responding, researching and reacting to and about the CoronaVirus pandemic at a detailed voluntary level, as well as for future historical reference.
All data is user-submitted, anonymously.
Data should be used for indicative and illustrative purposes only - we cannot guarantee the accuracy of the data as we have no way of verifying it.
For privacy and anonymity, no registration is required - we do not collect or store names, email addresses or physical addresses.
CoronaMap is not affiliated in any way with any official Government, Medical, Scientific or Political authorities.
Author: PhD in Physiology from the University of Manchester, 1st Class Honours in Biomedical Science from the University of Sheffield. Software Developer by trade. Interested in how Medicine/Physiology can work with Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence to better-predict and manage such episodes as the present Coronavirus pandemic - using genuine and honest data.
You CANNOT be identified by using this service. No name or email is required.
Scroll to town level or further on the map and click or tap the map location where you want to report your status.
Please feel free to be as accurate with your location as possible - or as accurate as you feel comfortable with.
Do not report on anyone else's status or location without their permission.
Latitude and Longitude will be worked out for you from where you clicked on the map, however you can change them if required.
Report your (or someone else's) status choosing from one of the dropdown options (choose the most appropriate statement):
IMPORTANT - Your unique code and PIN
To ensure anonymity, rather than use an email address and password, we use a unique code and PIN number for validation allowing users to edit their status.
Your unique code and PIN are automatically generated for you and are used to anonymously identify you as a unique user so you can edit your status at a future date.
They are both stored as Cookies on your browser, however we advise you to keep a note of them in case your Cookies are reset or you wish to delete your Cookies.
You CANNOT be personally identified in any way by the unique code and PIN. Please see the Privacy section below for more information.
If you do not want to use the code and PIN provided, you can create your own by changing the respective fields (for the Unique Code you can click the regenerate button). We will automatically check if the code is unique and suitable.
If you are reporting multiple people, you will need to use a unique code and PIN for each person.
Press the Report button and a colour-coded marker will be placed on the map for each unique and validated Report you make.
Your entry will appear noticeably larger to you only - so you can easily click and edit/update.
To edit/update your status, click on your own marker, or create a new one by clicking on the map.
You can scroll all over the map and click on individual marker points to see individual status'.
CoronaMap has been designed to keep user-submitted data completely anonymous for obvious privacy reasons.
You CANNOT be identified by using this service.
We do not ask for or store names, email addresses, physical addresses or passwords.
We only ask for information essential for this service to operate effectively:
You CANNOT be identified by the Unique Code, PIN, IP Address or any of the above information you submit. Unique number and PIN are used only to allow users to edit/update their own status without personally identifying them.
For genuine enquiries please contact us using this email address: email@example.com