With the web providing more and more tools, trackers, guidance and many other resources related to the COVID-19 pandemic, some developers are trying to help out with extensions that have begun appearing in the Visual Studio Code Marketplace.
So far, the extensions number only three:
This extension was released on March 22 by "4gray." It lists worldwide and individual country statistics. It had been installed 65 times at press time.
So far, no COVID-19 related extensions appear in the Visual Studio Marketplace.
Among the plethora of other online tools and other resources provided by tech companies and others are:
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