As the coronavirus continues its march across the globe, and the number of confirmed cases has climbed above 100,000 in 108 countries -- causing concern and interest to grow.

At Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, the team in the Center for Systems Science and Engineering has developed a real-time map that tracks and displays the movement and outcomes of the coronavirus.

You can see the total number of worldwide cases (broken down by country), a geographic display of confirmed cases, the number of recoveries & deaths. As of this morning more than 60,000 patients have recovered globally, and just over 3,800 have died.

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Johns Hopkins University (as of 3/8/2020)

As of this morning, the map showed 537 confirmed cases in the United States, with 21 deaths.

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