Coronavirus (Covid-19) Statistic in USA

United States
3,465,368
Confirmed
136,768
Deaths
1,189,937
Recovered
2,138,663
Active



Since the novel coronavirus called SARS-CoV-2 was first detected in the U.S. on Jan. 20, it has spread to at least 732,197 people in the country. Of the reported cases in the U.S., at least 38,664 people have died as a result of the virus, with 17,671 of those deaths reported in New York, 4,070 in New Jersey, 2,308 in Michigan, 1,267 in Louisiana, 1,259 in Illinois and 1,140 related deaths reported in California. Worldwide, more than 2.3 million cases have been reported and 159,510 related deaths, according to the Johns Hopkins virus dashboard.


New York has become the epicenter of the country’s outbreak with 242,570 confirmed cases and 17,627 deaths so far. When adjusted for population, that translates to roughly 1247 known cases and 91 deaths for every 100,000 residents.

But experts say those numbers don’t give the whole picture because many cases — including mild or asymptomatic infections — have not been diagnosed.

States have also approached testing differently, leaving many states’ outbreaks on different trajectories.

But experts say those numbers don’t give the whole picture because many cases — including mild or asymptomatic infections — have not been diagnosed.

States have also approached testing differently, leaving many states’ outbreaks on different trajectories.

RegionConfirmedConfirmed (24h)DeathsDeaths (24h)Deaths (%)RecoveredRecovered (24h)Recovered (%)ActiveActive (%)
Alabama
57,2551,7101,164402.0%25,783045.0%30,30852.9%
Alaska
1,579401801.1%6422240.7%91958.2%
Arizona
128,0974,2732,337911.8%15,67842412.2%110,08285.9%
Arkansas
29,81287333181.1%22,84473876.6%6,63722.3%
California
346,21110,1747,2501512.1%88,2444,08425.5%250,71772.4%
Colorado
37,6864441,738114.6%4,8082812.8%31,14082.6%
Connecticut
47,531214,37439.2%8,351017.6%34,80673.2%
Delaware
12,9699051814.0%7,1844555.4%5,26740.6%
District of Columbia
10,9464056805.2%1,7741816.2%8,60478.6%
Florida
291,6299,1944,5141331.6%1,11600.4%285,99998.1%
Georgia
123,9773,4053,054282.5%34000.3%120,58397.3%
Hawaii
1,264212201.7%9112172.1%33126.2%
Idaho
11,72031610310.9%3,3609828.7%8,25770.5%
Illinois
156,6387077,419254.7%4,59402.9%144,62592.3%
Indiana
52,6856482,775135.3%39,15524174.3%10,75520.4%
Iowa
35,86623475722.1%26,95228875.2%8,15722.7%
Kansas
20,241029911.5%11,72723857.9%8,21540.6%
Kentucky
20,22357063563.1%5,3894526.7%14,19970.2%
Louisiana
82,0582,2313,448204.2%46,334056.5%32,27639.3%
Maine
3,568311403.2%3,0625485.8%39211.0%
Maryland
74,2607333,33494.5%5,23887.1%65,68888.5%
Massachusetts
112,1303038,340107.4%94,347084.1%9,4438.4%
Michigan
77,8646666,32658.1%53,867069.2%17,67122.7%
Minnesota
43,1703981,54863.6%37,74955087.4%3,8739.0%
Mississippi
37,5428621,272223.4%25,932069.1%10,33827.5%
Missouri
30,6846351,13743.7%4,102013.4%25,44582.9%
Montana
1,9521093421.7%884945.3%1,03453.0%
Nebraska
21,71731828801.3%16,02516573.8%5,40424.9%
Nevada
29,6191,104612192.1%19,80889866.9%9,19931.1%
New Hampshire
6,0962839216.4%5,0562982.9%64810.6%
New Jersey
181,77340715,662238.6%31,3185717.2%134,79374.2%
New Mexico
15,51422355133.6%6,3634141.0%8,60055.4%
New York
429,27897532,462177.6%71,6924916.7%325,12475.7%
North Carolina
90,0002,2711,586351.8%67,124074.6%21,29023.7%
North Dakota
4,493518902.0%3,6853282.0%71916.0%
Ohio
68,0591,1683,07674.5%46,2821,08868.0%18,70127.5%
Oklahoma
21,74099442842.0%16,63582076.5%4,67721.5%
Oregon
12,80536724471.9%3,1293524.4%9,43273.7%
Pennsylvania
101,3609826,981186.9%74,43671573.4%19,94319.7%
Rhode Island
17,58810198515.6%1,69219.6%14,91184.8%
South Carolina
60,3892,221993211.6%23,8492,89239.5%35,54758.9%
South Dakota
7,5724810901.4%6,5995687.2%86411.4%
Tennessee
66,7881,514767181.2%38,2721,27657.3%27,74941.6%
Texas
285,77211,0603,4711311.2%142,3985,97949.8%139,90349.0%
Utah
30,4782922640.7%18,11138359.4%12,14139.8%
Vermont
1,30545604.3%1,099384.2%15011.5%
Virgin Islands (US)
2060602.9%61029.6%13967.5%
Virginia
72,4438011,97792.7%9,4239313.0%61,04384.3%
Washington
43,5778361,43803.3%12,79212429.4%29,34767.4%
West Virginia
4,407949702.2%2,98215767.7%1,32830.1%
Wisconsin
41,34996783352.0%29,27560570.8%11,24127.2%
Wyoming
1,951472211.1%1,4625074.9%46723.9%

New York may have reached its peak in COVID-19 cases and possibly related deaths, as Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Monday night (April 13) during a press briefing: “I believe the worst is over if we continue to be smart … I believe we can start on the path to normalcy, The New York Times reported.

In addition, the number of newly hospitalized COVID-19 patients in New York may be leveling off; the number had been growing by about 20% per day, but between Wednesday and Thursday (April 9), it grew by just 1%, The New York Times reported.

Governors of seven states — Connecticut, Delaware, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island — have formed a coalition to put together a plan for safely reopening the region, including the economies and schools, the Times reported.

Five governors have held out on issuing state-wide stay-at-home orders for all residents, according to The New York Times, despite calls to do so. These states include: Arkansas, Iowa, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota. Three other states — Oklahoma, Utah and Wyoming — have partial orders, with some counties and cities issuing their own stay-at-home orders.


 


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