Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, global government and healthcare leaders relied on Esri's Geographic Information System (GIS) technology for real-time insights, analysis, and planning. The same approach has proven to be crucial for driving equitable distribution of vaccines.
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Created by researchers at ANU and UQ, the CRISPER web app provides a real-time national view of exposure sites across Australia.
Spatial maps and apps communicate vital information to the public, including the location of fever clinics. View the Queensland Government's Esri powered-map to find your nearest COVID-19 testing and assessment sites.
As QLD experiences outbreaks across the state, contact tracers are working to ensure the Delta strain of COVID-19 is not circulating in the community. Find out what restrictions apply and to which local government areas (LGAs).
Spatially-enabled vaccine distribution
Watch how the NHS SCW used GIS technology for the planning and modelling of optimal vaccination centre locations, streamlining doses for 20 million + people.
Explore the NYC vaccine finder dashboard - created using Esri technology - which offers New Yorkers a one-stop site for finding their nearest vaccination location.
Learn how ordinary citizens across the United States are sharing their experiences to help build public trust in the COVID-19 vaccine and inspire others to get the jab.
How can GPs efficiently administer COVID-19 vaccines to housebound patients? Discover how smart mapping tech optimised route planning to cover as many patients as possible with minimal wastage.
Global COVID-19 response solutions
Learn how the Voluntary and Community Sector Emergencies Partnership (VCSEP) used GIS to support multi-agency collaboration and streamline more effective pandemic support for citizens across the UK.
Explore the map UK citizens relied on throughout the COVID-19 pandemic to find free community and volunteer-run services including food banks, local aid foundations, and public hospitals.
Sunrise takes a closer look at the maps, data and technology supporting the government and community response to coronavirus.
WA Health covers the largest area for a single health authority in the world, with a population scattered across 2.5 million square kilometres. Managing the COVID-19 pandemic in the state required a comprehensive geospatial solution.
See how ArcGIS can be used to record and monitor inventory for COVID-19 vaccine across a health jurisdiction, including the use of smart survey tools to assist with inventory management.
Real-time data sharing, analysis, visualisation and planning capabilities will be key to equitable and speedy vaccine distribution.
Geographic measures such as the Cardiac ARIA index reflect access to health services across Australia. Discover how geospatial modelling of environmental factors - such as residential proximity to motorways - provides deep insights into spatial influences on health.
Spatial analysis illustrates the role of occupation type and socio-economic differences in the spread of COVID-19.
Find authoritative spatial data on Commonwealth respiratory clinics and national COVID-19 assessment centres.
Discover how maps and apps help with health resource planning, food shortages and adapting to indoor workspaces.
Melbourne Water has been at the forefront of an innovative COVID-19 sewage sampling project to map disease prevalence and authorities of potential clusters.
Facilitate better Health and Economic decisions using geographical data. Follow Dr Ori Gude's Story Map for examples of how maps can enable seamless insight into infection rates.