Categories: GIS Data

United Nations Launches COVID-19 Data Hub

The United Nations recently launched a COVID-19 data hub to serve as a federated source of GIS COVID-19 related datasets. The data is available as geospatial data web services was developed in partnership with Esri. The hub is similar is style and setup with Esri’s own COVID-19 data hub that it launched last month.


The GIS data offered by the UN COVID-19 data hub is organized into four broad categories: COVID-19, healthcare resources, economy, and population. The COVID-19 related data and web services are offered using Esri’s ArcGIS Dashboard platform.


Visit: UN COVID-19 Data Hub


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