When I was writing the last post, if someone had told me that I would be stuck at home, unable to go out and work or go to class when I would write the next post, I would have laughed.
We are now at 14 days into the coronavirus. All international travel is canceled and we have over 500K cases worldwide of this virus and the case count continues to rise in New Jersey.
In the course of this coronavirus, I have been keeping track of the number of cases per county in New Jersey and trying to understand how and where it's growing. I have been learning how to design visuals and create tables and unique maps through My Google Maps. To check out my article (updated daily until the coronavirus decreases in New Jersey), click here.
It's interesting tracking all of these cases as they develop and marking them on the map. The county with the most cases has been consistent through this entire time: Bergen county. The town that I'm in - Parsippany - was low in cases for the first week, but we have started to go up in cases recently. The most recent statistic was 35 positive individuals and two deaths, as a result of the coronavirus.
Because of this, I haven't been able to work on my company, Two Sets of Wings, in the ways that I have wanted to. BY this time, I wanted to be able to go to airports and schools, like I originally had intended to at this point in the semester. However, I have been able to brainstorm and dedicate more time to designing my business plan.