March 15, 2020
Last Updated: 11:30am 03/15/2020 (Visit COVID-19 Geospatial & Situational Awareness Resources » NAPSG Foundation for the most current resource list)
NAPSG Foundation is compiling publicly accessible COVID-19 geospatial and situational awareness resources from a variety of sources for the purpose of providing a clearinghouse of resources that may be helpful to the public safety and GIS/technology community in responding to COVID-19. This page will be updated as new resources become available.
Use the interactive map below to access publicly available state-level GIS viewers and dashboards made available to support COVID-19 response. Additional state-level resources will be added to this map as they become available.
View above map in full screen: https://arcg.is/1X8vqC
On the COVID-19 GIS Hub, you will find valuable and ready-to-use demographic and other data from best available sources, the user community, and business partners. You will also find practical apps that immediately aid better understanding and decision-making. This includes a collection of datasets, applications, and other useful content for your planning and response. These materials will be updated with new content as it becomes available.
Link to COVID-19 GIS Hub: https://bit.ly/3aU9LbZ
As fire and EMS agencies consider how to best prepare for, and respond to, occurrences of the COVID-19, all fire chiefs are encouraged to review the materials provided by the International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC) and other authoritative sources.
Link to IAFC Resources for COVID-19: https://www.iafc.org/topics-and-tools/resources/resource/coronavirus-resources-for-fire-chiefs
If your organization’s GIS capacity is exceeded, and you need emergency support, there are several ways Esri may be able to help.
If you need any assistance, please reach out to Esri at https://go.esri.com/e/82202/disaster/mz9mmw/732591364?h=FN11XNQ3VMisKuuXOWHet80KbndG0xE5j7iKRvHzlTw and click Request Assistance. And, if you have data or solutions that would be useful to others, you can share them with Esri for potential inclusion in Esri’s COVID-19 GIS Hub and make them accessible to the global community.
Banner Image Source: World Health Organization
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