WKYC: Ohio Department of Health now offering zip code dashboard to track COVID-19 cases

WKYC: Ohio Department of Health now offering zip code dashboard to track COVID-19 cases. “During his COVID-19 briefing on Thursday, Governor Mike DeWine announced the creation of a new zip code dashboard. Ohioans can now view data from their local communities and filter data by probable or confirmed case status, county, a specific zip code, or a specific time period.”

EurekAlert: Is your drinking water toxic? This app may help you find out

EurekAlert: Is your drinking water toxic? This app may help you find out. “Exposure to hydraulic fracturing fluid in drinking water has been shown to increase the risk of respiratory problems, premature births, congenital heart defects, and other medical problems. But not all wells are created equal…. Now, a new, interactive tool created by Penn Medicine researchers allows community members and scientists to find out which toxins may be lurking in their drinking water as a result of fracking.”

NBC12: New tool helps you track COVID-19 cases in your neighborhood

NBC12: New tool helps you track COVID-19 cases in your neighborhood. “Virginians can now access a new tool from the Virginia Department of Health (VDH) to see the number of COVID-19 cases in your neighborhood. The Virginia Department of Health has a new map that breaks down cases and testing numbers by zip code.”

BuzzFeed News: These Detailed Maps Show How COVID-19 Is Spreading In Five Major Cities

BuzzFeed News: These Detailed Maps Show How COVID-19 Is Spreading In Five Major Cities. “COVID-19 has hit urban America hard. The country’s 15 largest metro areas account for just one-third of the nation’s population, but more than 60% of coronavirus cases and deaths. But even within hard-hit cities, the novel coronavirus has spread unequally — largely sparing some neighborhoods, while devastating others, according to a ZIP code-level analysis of case counts from five major cities by BuzzFeed News.”

News & Observer: How many coronavirus cases are in your ZIP code in NC? Now you can find out.

News & Observer: How many coronavirus cases are in your ZIP code in NC? Now you can find out.. “The ZIP code with the highest number of cases is in Durham — 27705 — and has more than 240 cases, according to DHHS. The ZIP code also has 21 deaths. Three congregate living settings are also located there — Durham Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, which has 111 cases and 12 deaths; a Veterans’ Affairs community living center, which has five cases and no deaths; and Hillcrest Convalescent Center, with two cases and one death.”

BusinessWire: New Public Safety Power Shutoff Zip Code Alerts Allow General Public to Receive Notifications – Including Those Without PG&E Accounts (PRESS RELEASE)

BusinessWire: New Public Safety Power Shutoff Zip Code Alerts Allow General Public to Receive Notifications – Including Those Without PG&E Accounts (PRESS RELEASE). “As part of its commitment to keep customers and communities, as well as others in its service area safe, Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) has developed a new tool to allow anyone to receive notifications about Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) events, even if they are not PG&E customers or account holders. Although PG&E customers already will receive alerts specific to their address, this new tool is also especially useful for tenants, caretakers, travelers, and parents of school-age children.”