Coronavirus status in US (Mar 26 – Apr 27)

 In Event News

This week’s update of the coronavirus video presents two perspectives on the current pandemic cycle in the US.

The map on the left shows the number of confirmed cases by US county; the extent of the virus’ spread can be seen as the areas in red and purple saturate the map through April. On the right, the map shows daily new cases per capita, by US county. Counties in yellow have 1 – 10 confirmed coronavirus cases per million, while areas with no color have less than 1 case per million.

For developing planning scenarios, these areas may be of interest, as they are under the IMHE‘s suggested threshold of 1 infection per million to begin easing social distancing restrictions, while avoiding a resurgence of infections via active case detection and contact tracing.

Impact Summary Report for EigenPrism Users:

EigenPrism users can also view all the US county level maps in the impact summary report:

  • Open the impact summary report
  • or, search for “SAMPLE Coronavirus Impact Summary – US County Maps” on the EigenPrism home page
  • then click Manage > Copy to select your workspace and save with your own exposure.

Please note, as report templates are frequently updated, you can refresh the report by changing the Analysis Date. See instructions here.

Data-driven decision making to manage risk in real-time

To assess the pandemic risk, apply the geospatial layers over a schedule or portfolio of insured locations, or a listing of employees. The footprints are available for use in EigenAlerts, EigenProfile Impact Summary reports, and in Exposure Analytics for complete analysis.

  • Daily updates
  • Users can set Alerts for notifications (and view in the mobile app)
  • Intensity value represents number of confirmed cases by best available resolution

Note: The reported confirmed cases are at the country, state/province & county level since 22nd Jan. Also, the reported resolution is of the highest level wherever possible.

Available to all in the EigenPrism free trial

This new event set is available to all in the EigenPrism free trial. Simply go to our login page and create a new account with your company email address. Please contact us if you can’t login and we will set up a free trial account for you.