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Coronavirus COVID-19 Watch

Coronavirus COVID-19 Watch

Version : 1.4.7
Tested up to : 5.4
Number of download : 19
Author : M Media
Average rating : 5 / 5 on 2 votes 2 votes, 5 avg.rating

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Coronavirus COVID-19 Watch
Coronavirus COVID-19 Watch
Coronavirus COVID-19 Watch
Coronavirus COVID-19 Watch

Free live data shown on your dashboard and via shortcode or widget. Show up to date confirmed cases or deaths in your country or globally. The plugin will also add a helpful link in the top toolbar to quickly get more info. There’s also a widget that you can add to your footers or menus. Check out examples and more on our blog containing the full documentation and examples. Live data shortcode The shortcode you can use in your posts will always reference the most up to date number of confirmed cases. Use the shortcode [covid-watch] in your code to show the current number of confirmed cases. You can pass a country and status, like [covid-watch country="France" status="confirmed"] or [covid-watch country="US" status="deaths"] to get results only from that country. Listing all countries To get a table of all countries and their respective current Coronavirus COVID-19 data, try [covid-watch country="All"], which will return a table of all current cases sorted alphabetically. Pass the sort attribute to sort by confirmed cases or deaths, like so: [covid-watch country="All" sort="confirmed"]. Pass the limit attribute to limit the amount of results, like so: [covid-watch country="All" sort="confirmed" limit="3"]. The limit attribute only works in conjunction with the country="All" attribute. Live map shortcode This shortcode will display a map of all cases. Use the shortcode [covid-live-map] in your posts and pages to show the map. You can pass the sort parameter to change how countries are coloured. Colour by population, confirmed (default), deaths, or mortality. A full example might look like [covid-live-map sort="confirmed" height="250px"]. Historical data shortcode You can also use the historical shortcode, [covid-history] to show a table of historical data. Just like in the live data shortcode, you can pass attributes to the history shortcode, like so [covid-history country="France" status="confirmed" limit="3"]. About recovered data Some similar plugins may provide “recovered” data. We’ve been informed that a lot of countries are no longer reporting on recovered data because medical teams don’t have the time to follow up with each patient. Because of this, Johns Hopkins and other data sources have stopped reporting recovered cases, and so have we. We recommend you don’t show recovered cases as no accurate data is available. Features 100% free Up to date information from Johns Hopkins University Incredibly fast – no performance impact on your site Shortcodes to have self-updating case numbers in your posts Admin dashboard box showing live confirmed cases Widget for confirmed cases that you can add to your footers or menus Privacy policy This plugin uses data from Johns Hopkins University and ARCGIS, provided via API thanks to M Media (mmediagroup.fr). Here’s a link to M Media, the API provider. Access the API directly here M Media. The M Media API privacy policy is here, the terms of use here and the JHU Data Usage policy is here.

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