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How ArcGIS aids response

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Inventory and map key resources

Monitor the current inventory of personal protective equipment (PPE) and the capacity and status of facilities. Map the location of these resources and their readiness to deliver critical services.

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Dashboard showing available PPE and hospital capacity numbers
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Model the surge

Use common public health modeling tools like the COVID-19 Hospital Impact Model for Epidemics (CHIME) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) COVID-19Surge to understand and visualize outbreaks and the potential impact on your community or organization.

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Software showing predicted surge curves in different scenarios
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Manage testing sites

Mapping social vulnerability, age, and other factors helps identify at-risk groups and target locations for testing sites that serve the greatest need. Optimize site locations and communicate their status to the public.

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A COVID-19 testing site map being created in ArcGIS Pro

Monitor community indicators

Tabulate authoritative case data and information from teams in the field. Monitor real-time trends of key health and economic indicators using dashboards for situational awareness.

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A dashboard of COVID-19 data built with Esri’s Coronavirus Response solution
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Communicate and inform

Use interactive web maps, dashboard apps, and ArcGIS StoryMaps stories to help rapidly communicate your situation so everyone stays aware.

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Example communications website hub

Examples of organizations responding around the world

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Elections and COVID-19: Ensuring voting safety


GIS applications support and help governments modernize election processes to ensure social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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