Mayor Keller Unveils Coronavirus Data Hub to Keep Public Updated on COVID-19 Info

Find meal sites, testing locations and important data in a visual format

April 8, 2020

Mayor Tim Keller unveiled the City’s Coronavirus Data Hub today to give the public access to up-to-date maps and data related to COVID-19, displayed in a visual format. These tools make it easy to find nearby meal sites, COVID testing locations, and more.

“Our coronavirus data hub is a place to find Albuquerque-specific information and data as we confront this pandemic,” said Mayor Tim Keller. “When we talk about ‘cases’, we’re talking about people. That’s why this site is designed to help Albuquerque residents track the latest local updates as well as find information about the range of services available from testing sites to meals for seniors and more. We’ll be continuing to update the visuals and maps available on the sites.”

The website includes the Community Impact Dashboard that offers updated local COVID-19 information, such as the number of confirmed, active and recovered cases, as well as active testing locations and general COVID-19 information. Other information includes school closings, number of meals served to seniors, and how the community is responding to the health crisis through volunteering.

Information on City services and community and business resources can be still be found on and the Coronavirus Data Hub can also be accessed there.

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Emergencies challenge the delivery and management of emergency public information, warning and emergency protective action notifications. The Albuquerque Joint Information Center (JIC) functions as a coordinated Albuquerque Metro Area public information system that will gather and analyze data related to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in New Mexico and serve as a source of accurate and comprehensive information.