Lima, May 20, 2021Updated on 05/20/2021 12:08 pm
In the middle of the second wave due to the coronavirus pandemic in the country, the portal OpenCovid-Peru an interactive map was renewed and launched so that the citizen can find the availability of ICU beds, beds implemented for patients COVID-19, and medical oxygen recharge points.
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This portal displays updated information in real time to help people find this data during the health crisis by the new coronavirus. To date, since the pandemic began, more than 66,000 Peruvians have died from this disease, according to the Ministry of Health (Minsa).
“During this second wave, requests for camas UCI and oxygen have increased again on social networks. Faced with this need for information, the web OpenCovid-Peru it was renewed to show the information of these resources clearly and quickly “says the statement.
The interactive map shows in real time and with the help of geolocation, the availability of ICU beds, COVID beds and oxygen throughout the Peruvian territory. And for people who want to be informed, a page was created with statistical graphics on the impact of the pandemic at the national, regional and district levels.
Also, in this new version of OpenCovid-Peru a section dedicated exclusively to vaccination. Through an interactive infographic it will be possible to see how many vaccines have reached Peru, how many people have been vaccinated (disaggregated by region), and how long it would take for all Peruvians to be vaccinated.
The platform details that we currently have 60 million of doses of purchased vaccines. Of this number, to date, the following doses have reached Peru:
- Pfizer: 2′963.420
- Sinopharm: 1′000. 000
- AstraZeneca: 276.000
About the platform
OpenCovid-Peru was a project created by six Peruvian scientists and engineers to centralize diverse information from different sources on the pandemic in Peru. Through a hackathon carried out hand in hand with the BCP, seven new volunteers joined the project and took the renewal of the web interface as their first goal.
“In this new design, the web is segmented for two large audiences: those who have emergency needs because they have a relative or they themselves are sick with COVID- 19, and who wants to be informed about the pandemic “commented Anel Vasquez, leader of the website renovation team.
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