Hawaii News Now: Entrepreneurs launch website to collect data, provide info on coronvirus in Hawaii

Hawaii News Now: Entrepreneurs launch website to collect data, provide info on coronvirus in Hawaii. “A group of entrepreneurs with Hawaii ties is launching a new website to provide information to the public — and to gather data on the spread of COVID-19 in the islands. The ‘Hawaii Towards Zero’ website was developed by Traven Watase, Rose Wong, Denise Sangalang and Leo Koloamatangi. Their site will include links ranging from local businesses to health advice and financial tips for those affected by the coronavirus.”

WDBO (Florida): State Dept. of Health now offers COVID-19 breakdown by city

WDBO: State Dept. of Health now offers COVID-19 breakdown by city. “The Florida Department of Health (FDOH) announced a new tool to keep residents informed about the status of the COVID-19 or coronavirus. A new COVID-19 dashboard is now available to the public and it will be updated twice a day. The case-by-case daily report will now include city-level data which will allow residents to better understand their situation.”

Politico: Stealth political ads flourish on Facebook

Politico: Stealth political ads flourish on Facebook. “More than half of Facebook pages that displayed U.S. political ads during a recent 13-month period concealed the identities of their backers, according to research reviewed by POLITICO — a tide of deceptive messaging that raises new questions about the social network’s promises of transparency.”

Las Vegas Review-Journal: Nevada’s total of COVID-19 cases climbs to 95

Las Vegas Review-Journal: Nevada’s total of COVID-19 cases climbs to 95. “New data shows that Nevadans age 30 to 39 have tested positive for the new coronavirus more than any other age group in the state, followed by those age 60 to 69, according to a new website launched by state government.”

KGET: California launches new website to increase COVID-19 awareness

KGET: California launches new website to increase COVID-19 awareness. “Gov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday announced the launch of a new website highlighting steps people can take to stay healthy and the resources available to Californians impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak. The website…includes volunteer opportunities, public service announcements, social media messages and other videos.”