See what’s going around with Sickweather, the world’s first real-time map of sickness and the largest illness crowdsourcing community of its kind – processing over 6 million reports every month! As featured on the TODAY Show, Sickweather provides real-time alerts whenever you enter a Sick Zone: areas where others have recently reported being sick! Be alerted for Flu, Norovirus, Pink Eye, Whooping Cough, and 19 other illnesses.
“It’s really great if you’re a parent!” – The TODAY Show
“I love this site!” – Queen Latifah
“I think it’s a great idea! I love this!” – Meredith Vieira
Sickweather has been honored among “100 Brilliant Companies” by Entrepreneur Magazine, “Top 5 Sites Crowdsourcing for Your Health” by George Washington University School of Public Health & Health Services, and has been recognized for identifying the early start flu season, 6 weeks before the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC).
With Sickweather Groups you can follow, report illnesses, and post messages directly to the locations that matter most to you, such as schools, workplaces, restaurants, hospitals and more! Add our SickScore(R) widget to your home screen to see the threat level of contagious illness in your immediate area.
Sickweather uses a patent-pending process to track and map reports of illness from social media in addition to crowdsourcing directly from our user community. Reports are represented by blue “SICK” map markers at the local level — tap them for more information of exactly when they were reported. Some viruses can survive on surfaces for up to 48 hours and can have a viral life cycle of 2 weeks, so we color-code more recent reports as RED within 1 day, ORANGE within 2 days, YELLOW within 1 week, and we include reports as old as 2 weeks in BLUE.
Note: Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.