Coronavirus Testing Sites is a collection of maps and apps that can be used by Public Health and other emergency response agencies to identify at-risk populations and develop coronavirus (COVID-19) testing site plans.
When you deploy Coronavirus Testing Sites in your ArcGIS Organization, you will get a series of ArcGIS applications to identify at-risk populations and locate optimal testing sites, manage testing site status, and share testing site information with the public.
Emergency response agencies can configure and share the entire collection of coronavirus testing sites maps and applications; or configure and share an individual map or application that meets their specific needs.
To deploy Coronavirus Testing Sites requires specific software.
When you deploy Coronavirus Testing Sites in your organization, you'll find the following:
|Solution||Coronavirus Testing Sites||An ArcGIS Solution item used to organize the Coronavirus Testing Sites solution.|
|Applications||Testing Sites Locator||An application used by the public to locate the nearest coronavirus testing sites.|
|Testing Sites Manager||An application used by public health or emergency response staff to inventory coronavirus testing sites.|
|Getting Started with the Coronavirus Testing Sites Solution||A link to documentation where you can learn more about the capabilities provided in the Coronavirus Testing Sites Solution.|
|ArcGIS Pro Project||Testing Sites Allocation||An ArcGIS Pro Project package used by public health analysts to identify at-risk populations and locate optimal testing sites.|
|Maps||Testing Sites Locator||A map used in the Testing Sites Locator application to locate the nearest coronavirus testing site.|
|Testing Sites Manager||A map used in the Testing Sites Manager application to inventory coronavirus testing site.|
|Feature layers||TestingLocations||A feature layer used to store COVID-19 testing sites.|
|TestingLocations_public||A feature layer view used by the public to view information about COVID-19 testing sites.|
|Documents||Coronavirus Testing Sites Solution Design||A Microsoft Excel document that can be used to review the Coronavirus Testing Sites solution design.|
Below are the release dates and notes for Coronavirus Testing Sites.
|May 8, 2020||