The tweak to the popular service will be released in the coming days on Android and Apple iOS.
Google Maps will breakdown the week-long average of new infections of the killer pandemic, which experts now believe has killed almost one million people around the world.
The cutting-edge technology will also include a label stating cases are on the cases.
Today, Thursday September 24 also marks when the England and Wales government launched a coronavirus contact tracing app across England and Wales.
Dido Harding, Executive Chair of England’s NHS Test and Trace Programme, said: “We want to make it as easy as possible for everyone to engage with England’s NHS Test and Trace service.
“The NHS COVID-19 app enables the majority of people with a smartphone to find out if they are at risk of having caught the virus and need to self isolate, order a test if they have symptoms, and access the right guidance and advice.
“The features of this app, including QR code check-in at venues, work alongside our traditional contact tracing service and will help us to reach more people quickly in their communities to prevent further spread of the virus.”