The new layer is color-coded, includes a count of new cases per 100,000 people, and indicates whether the count is going up or down.
Google Maps now has a COVID-19 layer that tracks how cases are trending at a county level on the mobile version of the app. You can see how cases are increasing or decreasing in your area as well as any places you may be visiting.
To see COVID-19 data for a particular location, tap the layers button on the top right-hand corner and click on COVID-19 Info. You’ll see a number and “increasing” or “decreasing.”
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This number is the seven-day average for the number of new cases per 100,000 people. The layer’s colors