The hottest news topic about H1N1 Swine Flu pandemic that’s happening right now in Mexico is spreading all over the world. With Google Maps and other online tools provided by people that reported the news, Internet users can now track the cases of Swine Flu online, even in real time!
What you need to know about swine flu?
HOW TO Track Swine Flu Online for FREE?
Below are few popular Tools and Resources to track Swine Flu Online.
8 Ways to Track the Swine Flu with Google Maps
1. Google Trends
2. Mapping Swine Flu Tweets
3. OpenFlu Map
4. Tracking passenger travel
5. Google Map of confirmed and suspected cases
6. Swine Flu measures by country
7. Swine Flu heat map
8. Collaborative Swine Flu Map
Google Trends is not the only popular tool that can be used to track the spread of a flu around the world, there are many more online tools.
With the recent outbreaks and fast spread of the swine flu, there are many ways one can track the spread of this new influenza using some other Google resources and Google search tools.
Online resources for tracking swine flu
-The Centers for Disease Control
-Google Maps swine flu outbreak map
-The New York State Department of Health
-WebMD: “Swine Flu FAQ”
-World Health Organization
Social network spots
-Twitter–Stop Swine Flu
The World Wide Web is of course a fast resource for learning and finding information more about Swine Flu, however there is plenty of incorrect information as well.
This site provided some recommended resources and sites in a list, that one can use.
HOW TO: Track Swine Flu Online
Step 1. Check the WHO Disease Outbreak News Center
Step 2. Set up Google News Alerts
Step 3. Check the CDC Travel Notices for Outbreak Alerts
Step 4. Find Where the Flu has Spread with HealthMap
Knowing about the important of Swine Flu disease and growing cases is vital to public health. Fortunately, there are several useful online resources that track health information and disease outbreaks.
Hopefully, this simple resource guide from Mashable will help you to track the cases of Swine Flu, but also other public health concerns as well.