Coronavirus Business Reopening is a collection of maps and apps that can be used by businesses during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic to guide the reopening of locations that are in multiple jurisdictions.
When you deploy Coronavirus Business Reopening in your ArcGIS Organization, you will get an ArcGIS Dashboard used to evaluate coronavirus case data and health restrictions, understand the impact on business locations that are in many diverse jurisdictions, and share information with key stakeholders. The information gathered guides the decision to open or close a location; which can be recorded and shared with key internal stakeholders and customers.
To deploy Coronavirus Business Reopening requires specific software.
When you deploy Coronavirus Business Reopening in your organization, you'll find the following:
|Solution||Coronavirus Business Reopening||An ArcGIS Solution item used to organize the Coronavirus Business Reopening solution.|
|Applications||Coronavirus Business Reopening Dashboard||An application used by business executives to evaluate coronavirus case data and health restrictions and understand the impact on business locations that are in many diverse jurisdictions.|
|Coronavirus Daily Analysis||An ArcGIS Notebook that populates daily coronavirus case information and health restrictions from county and state sources.|
|Maps||Case Information||A map used in the Coronavirus Business Reopening Dashboard to visualize U.S. county level COVID-19 case information and trends.|
|Health Restrictions||A map used in the Coronavirus Business Reopening Dashboard to visualize U.S. State COVID-19 guidelines and restrictions.|
|Feature layers||Facilities||A feature layer used to store facilities.|
|US Counties Coronavirus Trends||A feature layer used to store daily case information at the county level in the United States.|
|US Counties Coronavirus Trends View||A feature layer view used to store daily case information at the county level in the United States.|
|State Health Restrictions||A feature layer used to store health restrictions at the state level in the United States.|
|State Health Restrictions View||A feature layer view used to store health restrictions at the state level in the United States.|
|Facilities Statistics||A feature layer view used to store facilities and related case and health restriction information.|
|Documents||FacilitySource||A .csv file that can be used to load an authoritative list of facilities into ArcGIS.|
Below are the release dates and notes for Coronavirus Business Reopening.
|May 26, 2020||