(LOS ANGELES TIMES) In a fearful time of nationwide lockdowns and supermarket-aisle fights over toilet paper, Zhi Peng Lee’s website tracking the coronavirus is oddly reassuring.
Charts and maps detail patients’ ages and nationalities, length of hospitalization, where they live, their connections to one another and how the number of cases has risen and fallen with time — an elegantly simple and comprehensive source of information about the outbreak.
The catch is, the site only includes cases from Singapore — but then it’s hard to imagine it being possible anywhere else. No country has released as much detailed information about its coronavirus cases as this fastidiously run city-state.
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