CORONA Confirmed American Cases of Coronavirus

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Kansas 7,240 184 5,381 2,4856354,109 18,573[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [projections]
Iowa 12,912 289 7,005 4,0929281,288 25,764[1] [2] [projections]
Indiana 25,127 1,578 21,858 3,732234150,510 22,357[1] [2] [projections]
Illinois 83,021 3,601 70,644 6,552284471,691 37,224[1] [2] [3] [4] [projections]
Idaho 2,293 70 844 1,2833932,705 18,301[1] [2] [projections]
Hawaii 635 17 55 4481237,939 26,796[1] [2] [projections]
Georgia 34,848 1,494 33,014 3,282141262,179 24,693[1] [projections]
Florida 41,923 1,782 33,048 1,95283598,883 27,884[view by county] [1] [projections]
District Of Columbia 6,485 336 5,263 9,18947631,050 43,996[1] [projections]
Delaware 6,741 237 3,702 6,92324333,291 34,188[1] [projections]
Connecticut 34,333 3,041 28,363 9,630853138,424 38,825[1] [projections]
Colorado 20,157 1,009 18,453 3,500175109,304 18,981[1] [projections]
California 70,938 2,876 56,374 1,795731,036,275 26,227[view by county] [1] [projections]
Arkansas 4,164 95 849 1,38031 73,215 24,261[1] [projections]
Arizona 11,736 562 11,104 1,61277159,082 21,856[1] [projections]
Alaska 383 10 39 5241429,961 40,956[1] [projections]
Alabama 10,464 435 10,009 2,13489135,079 27,549[1] [projections]
Guam 152 5 16 605[1]
Northern Mariana Islands 19 2 5 2,695[1] [2]
Puerto Rico 2,299 114 1,439 67934 13,0223,845[1] [2] [3]
United States Virgin Islands 69 6 2 1,242[1] [2]
Veteran Affairs 11,464 929 2,595 129,181[1] [2]
US Military 8,130 27 4,639 [1] [2]
Federal Prisons 3,629 50 2,644 [1]
Navajo Nation 3,204 102 3,102 16,549[1]
Grand Princess Ship 103 3 100 [1]
Wuhan Repatriated 3 3 3
Diamond Princess Ship 46 46 46
Total:1,408,63683,4251,021,2434,2562529,935,72030,017
 

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See Which States Are Reopening and Which Are Still Shut Down
By Sarah Mervosh, Jasmine C. Lee, Lazaro Gamio and Nadja PopovichUpdated May 15, 2020


Since late April, when the first states began to lift restrictions put in place to curb the coronavirus outbreak, a new pattern has played out across America: The number of new cases of the coronavirus continues to grow, as does the number of people returning to public life.


In Oregon, retail stores are flipping their window signs to “Open.” In Oklahoma, people can go out dancing at nightclubs again. More than half of the states have started to reopen their economies in some meaningful way. Several more are letting certain counties or regions reopen while keeping the areas worst-hit by the virus shut down.


The lifting of restrictions has represented hope in some quarters and deepened fear in others. The nation’s top infectious disease expert, Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, testified before Congress this week that reopening too soon could trigger a new outbreak and lead to “some suffering and death that could be avoided, but could even set you back on the road to trying to get economic recovery.”

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See How All 50 States Are Reopening
By Sarah Mervosh, Jasmine C. Lee, Lazaro Gamio and Nadja PopovichUpdated May 23, 2020





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The United States has crossed an uneasy threshold, with all 50 states beginning to reopen in some way two months after the coronavirus thrust the country into lockdown. But there are substantial variations in how states are deciding to open up, with some forging far ahead of others.


Life in Georgia, which was among the first states to reopen many businesses in April, feels far different than in Illinois, which is one of three states and Washington, D.C., that are reopening in small ways but are still largely shut down. Several states are removing restrictions on beaches and pools going into Memorial Day weekend.


The lifting restrictions reflect the immense political and social pressures weighing on the nation’s governors to open up, even as epidemiologists remain cautious and warn of the potential for a second wave of cases.

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USA Total1,686,43699,3001,135,4345,09530014,749,75644,561
New York 371,193 29,231 277,880 19,0811,5031,699,826 87,379[view by county] [1] [2] [3] [4] [projections]
New Jersey 155,384 11,139 131,283 17,4941,254603,807 67,980[view by county] [1] [projections]
Illinois 110,304 4,856 102,095 8,705383747,921 59,022[1] [2] [3] [4] [projections]
California 94,486 3,790 73,438 2,391961,582,745 40,057[view by county] [1] [projections]
Massachusetts 92,675 6,372 53,754 13,446924532,373 77,239[1] [projections]
Pennsylvania 71,681 5,165 25,888 5,599403410,112 32,035[view by county] [1] [projections]
Texas 56,166 1,535 22,138 1,93753872,935 30,105[view by county] [1] [projections]
Michigan 54,679 5,228 16,283 5,475523537,698 53,841[1] [2] [3] [projections]
Florida 50,867 2,237 40,992 2,368104872,916 40,643[view by county] [1] [projections]
Maryland 46,313 2,277 40,753 7,661377240,362 39,758[1] [projections]
Georgia 42,902 1,827 40,378 4,041172481,954 45,393[1] [projections]
Connecticut 40,468 3,693 30,153 11,3511,036214,136 60,061[1] [projections]
Louisiana 37,169 2,690 8,230 7,995579316,036 67,982[view by county] [1] [projections]
Virginia 36,244 1,171 29,971 4,246137272,333 31,906[1] [2] [projections]
Ohio 31,973 1,976 24,259 2,735169324,553 27,765[view by county] [1] [2] [3] [projections]
Indiana 31,376 1,976 27,446 4,661294220,801 32,798[1] [2] [projections]
Colorado 24,174 1,332 21,351 4,198231150,308 26,101[1] [projections]
North Carolina 23,364 784 10,943 2,22875336,656 32,099[1] [2] [3] [4] [projections]
Washington 20,595 1,086 14,095 2,705143316,276 41,534[view by county] [1] [projections]
Minnesota 20,573 878 5,580 3,648156 197,964 35,102[1] [2] [projections]
Tennessee 20,145 336 7,064 2,95049383,576 56,167[1] [2] [3] [projections]
Iowa 17,252 454 7,480 5,468144128,040 40,582[1] [2] [projections]
Arizona 16,339 800 15,469 2,245110260,660 35,811[1] [projections]
Wisconsin 15,277 510 6,418 2,62488201,483 34,605[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [projections]
Alabama 14,478 551 5,976 2,953112187,707 38,283[1] [projections]
Rhode Island 14,065 608 12,373 13,277574132,701 125,265[1] [projections]
Mississippi 13,252 625 4,946 4,453210146,959 49,379[1] [2] [projections]
Missouri 12,267 690 8,560 1,999112165,411 26,951 [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [projections]
Nebraska 12,134 150 11,635 6,2737886,027 44,472[1] [2] [projections]
South Carolina 10,096 435 3,618 1,96184163,947 31,842[1] [2] [projections]
Kansas 9,085 207 5,060 3,1187176,434 26,236[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [projections]
 

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Delaware 8,809 326 4,187 9,04633551,870 53,268[1] [projections]
Kentucky 8,571 391 5,078 1,91888171,459 38,378[1] [projections]
Utah 8,392 97 3,214 2,61830194,433 60,647[1] [projections]
District Of Columbia 8,110 432 6,598 11,49161251,991 73,668[1] [projections]
Nevada 7,770 394 2,337 2,523128128,803 41,817[1] [2] [projections]
New Mexico 6,943 317 4,162 3,311151173,481 82,735[1] [2] [projections]
Oklahoma 6,037 311 1,038 1,52679160,980 40,683[1] [2] [projections]
Arkansas 5,922 116 1,658 1,96238108,581 35,980[1] [projections]
South Dakota 4,563 50 1,142 5,1585734,905 39,456[1] [projections]
New Hampshire 4,149 209 1,736 3,05115470,927 52,163[1] [projections]
Oregon 3,927 148 1,885 93135112,195 26,601[1] [2] [projections]
Idaho 2,626 79 1,168 1,4694441,406 23,170[1] [2] [projections]
North Dakota 2,418 53 869 3,1737065,488 85,935[1] [projections]
Maine 2,055 78 714 1,5295840,609 30,210[1] [2] [projections]
West Virginia 1,771 72 589 9884085,817 47,885[1] [projections]
Vermont 956 54 63 1,5328728,590 45,818[1] [projections]
Wyoming 838 12 251 1,4482120,034 34,615[1] [2] [projections]
Hawaii 643 17 35 4541249,572 35,012[1] [2] [projections]
Montana 479 16 22 4481533,381 31,233[1] [2] [3] [projections]
Alaska 408 10 40 5581443,507 59,473[1] [projections]
Guam 166 5 23 4,920[1]
Northern Mariana Islands 22 2 7 4,757[1]
Puerto Rico 3,189 127 2,212 9423713,0223,845[1] [2] [3]
United States Virgin Islands 69 6 2 1,457[1]
Veteran Affairs 13,263 1,122 1,930 165,357[1] [2]
US Military 8,950 32 4,207 [1] [2]
Navajo Nation 4,633 153 4,480 27,508[1]
Federal Prisons 3,629 59 129 [1]
Grand Princess Ship 103 3 100 [1]
Wuhan Repatriated 3 3 3
Diamond Princess Ship 46 46 46
Total:1,686,43699,3001,135,4345,09530014,749,75644,561

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Last updated: June 03, 2020, 07:39 GMT


United States

Coronavirus Cases:

1,881,205

Deaths:
108,059

Recovered:
645,974

Projections



Closed Cases
754,033
Cases which had an outcome:
645,974 (86%)
Recovered / Discharged
108,059 (14%)
Deaths
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USA Total1,881,205108,0591,127,1725,68332618,603,17456,202
New York 381,912 30,078 284,580 19,6321,5462,167,831 111,436[view by county] [1] [2] [3] [4] [projections]
New Jersey 163,147 11,783 131,406 18,3681,327817,677 92,058[view by county] [1] [projections]
Illinois 122,848 5,525 53,786 9,695436934,704 73,762[1] [2] [3] [4] [projections]
California 117,962 4,360 88,672 2,9851102,071,591 52,429[view by county] [1] [projections]
Massachusetts 101,163 7,085 47,724 14,6771,028652,336 94,644[1] [projections]
Pennsylvania 77,320 5,691 22,790 6,040445491,104 38,362[view by county] [1] [projections]
Texas 67,973 1,735 21,721 2,344601,117,274 38,532[view by county] [1] [projections]
Michigan 57,731 5,553 14,079 5,781556577,268 57,803[1] [2] [3] [projections]
Florida 57,447 2,531 45,026 2,6751181,050,671 48,919[view by county] [1] [projections]
Maryland 54,175 2,597 47,723 8,961430366,331 60,594[1] [projections]
Georgia 48,207 2,102 45,408 4,540198565,612 53,272[1] [projections]
Virginia 46,239 1,407 38,821 5,417165 369,308 43,267[1] [2] [projections]
Connecticut 42,979 3,972 31,496 12,0551,114270,610 75,901[1] [projections]
Louisiana 40,748 2,839 6,181 8,765611393,133 84,567[view by county] [1] [projections]
Ohio 36,395 2,267 28,092 3,114194409,908 35,068[view by county] [1] [2] [3] [projections]
Indiana 35,237 2,197 10,417 5,234326271,919 40,391[1] [2] [projections]
North Carolina 30,022 961 10,201 2,86292434,921 41,468[1] [2] [3] [4] [projections]
Colorado 26,788 1,474 23,135 4,652256190,700 33,115[1] [projections]
Minnesota 25,508 1,082 4,045 4,523192258,747 45,880[1] [2] [projections]
Tennessee 24,375 381 8,078 3,56956 462,136 67,671[1] [2] [3] [projections]
Washington 23,168 1,138 15,125 3,042149368,799 48,431[view by county] [1] [projections]
Arizona 21,250 941 20,239 2,919129336,589 46,243[1] [projections]
Iowa 20,017 561 7,852 6,344178164,010 51,983[1] [2] [projections]
Wisconsin 18,917 607 6,138 3,249104282,660 48,547[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [projections]
Alabama 18,720 653 8,712 3,818133224,892 45,867[1] [projections]
Mississippi 16,020 767 4,050 5,383258187,270 62,924[1] [2] [projections]
Rhode Island 15,112 732 13,078 14,265691159,560 150,619[1] [projections]
Nebraska 14,611 181 13,838 7,55394110,119 56,926[1] [2] [projections]
Missouri 13,969 796 9,855 2,276130229,885 37,456[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [projections]
South Carolina 12,415 501 4,938 2,41197225,047 43,709[1] [2] [projections]
Utah 10,202 113 3,770 3,18235221,791 69,181[1] [projections]
Kentucky 10,185 442 6,468 2,28099253,585 56,760[1] [projections]
 

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Kansas 10,090 225 5,313 3,46377103,312 35,462[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [projections]
Delaware 9,685 373 3,870 9,94638364,062 65,788[1] [projections]
District Of Columbia 8,886 470 7,279 12,59166647,701 67,589[1] [projections]
Nevada 8,830 421 1,807 2,867137176,032 57,150[1] [2] [projections]
New Mexico 8,024 367 4,697 3,827175206,837 98,643[1] [2] [projections]
Arkansas 7,818 136 2,115 2,59145138,900 46,027[1] [projections]
Oklahoma 6,692 339 754 1,69186204,657 51,721[1] [2] [projections]
South Dakota 5,067 62 1,015 5,7287046,846 52,954[1] [projections]
New Hampshire 4,749 256 1,422 3,49318887,988 64,711[1] [projections]
Oregon 4,335 157 2,284 1,02837134,094 31,793[1] [2] [projections]
Idaho 2,933 83 568 1,6414648,669 27,234[1] [2] [projections]
North Dakota 2,646 65 454 3,4728573,644 96,638[1] [projections]
Maine 2,377 94 637 1,7687057,864 43,047[1] [2] [projections]
West Virginia 2,056 78 605 1,14744102,298 57,081[1] [projections]
Vermont 988 55 53 1,5838836,619 58,685[1] [projections]
Wyoming 912 17 203 1,5762925,843 44,652[1] [2] [projections]
Hawaii 653 17 27 4611255,719 39,353[1] [2] [projections]
Montana 523 17 44 4891642,212 39,496[1] [2] [3] [projections]
Alaska 487 10 106 6661456,203 76,828[1] [projections]
Guam 175 5 27 5,803[1]
Northern Mariana Islands 23 2 5 6,557[1]
Puerto Rico 3,935 138 2,947 1,1624113,0223,845[1] [2] [3]
United States Virgin Islands 70 6 2 2,012[1]
Veteran Affairs 14,496 1,256 1,551 195,093[1] [2] [3]
US Military 10,133 36 4,484 [1] [2]
Federal Prisons 6,229 71 2,079 [1]
Navajo Nation 5,479 248 5,231 33,150[1]
Grand Princess Ship 103 3 100 [1]
Wuhan Repatriated 3 3 3
Diamond Princess Ship 46 46 46
Total:1,881,205108,0591,127,1725,68332618,603,17456,202
 

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So, this wraps up phase I, the first six months of the CV19.. . ..the drum beats for phase II are discernible in the distance, and drawing nearer all the time

Last updated: July 01, 2020, 02:18 GMT


United States

Coronavirus Cases:

2,727,853

Deaths:
130,122

Recovered:
1,143,334

Projections



Closed Cases
1,273,456
Cases which had an outcome:
1,143,334 (90%)
Recovered / Discharged
130,122 (10%)
Deaths
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USA Total2,727,853130,1221,454,3978,24139334,198,027103,316
New York 417,836 32,129 296,232 21,4791,6523,914,938 201,245[view by county] [1] [2] [3] [4] [projections]
California 230,891 6,081 161,148 5,8441544,168,509 105,499[view by county] [1] [projections]
New Jersey 176,953 15,177 116,634 19,9221,7091,422,374 160,138[view by county] [1] [projections]
Texas 167,269 2,496 79,955 5,769862,119,036 73,081[view by county] [1] [2] [projections]
Florida 152,434 3,505 125,011 7,0971631,946,510 90,629[view by county] [1] [2] [3] [projections]
Illinois 144,238 7,124 25,505 11,3835621,604,018 126,581[1] [2] [3] [4] [projections]
Massachusetts 108,882 8,054 9,424 15,7971,169914,646 132,702[1] [projections]
Pennsylvania 91,228 6,702 16,974 7,126524775,037 60,540[view by county] [1] [projections]
Georgia 81,291 2,805 69,234 7,656264991,501 93,384[1] [projections]
Arizona 79,215 1,632 68,172 10,883224701,834 96,423[1] [projections]
Michigan 70,728 6,193 13,436 7,0826201,222,547 122,416 [1] [2] [3] [4] [projections]
Maryland 67,559 3,190 59,387 11,175528652,701 107,962[1] [projections]
North Carolina 65,397 1,376 18,483 6,235131910,033 86,768[1] [2] [3] [4] [projections]
Virginia 62,787 1,763 52,944 7,356207711,093 83,310[1] [2] [projections]
Louisiana 58,137 3,229 12,683 12,506695728,511 156,710[view by county] [1] [projections]
Ohio 52,419 2,890 36,444 4,484247787,929 67,407[view by county] [1] [2] [3] [projections]
Connecticut 46,514 4,322 31,220 13,0461,212466,394 130,815[1] [projections]
Indiana 45,594 2,640 8,308 6,773392484,196 71,922[1] [2] [projections]
Tennessee 43,509 604 15,306 6,37188793,127 116,138[1] [2] [3] [projections]
Alabama 38,045 950 18,229 7,759194406,143 82,832[1] [projections]
South Carolina 36,399 739 20,189 7,070144420,061 81,586[1] [2] [projections]
Minnesota 36,303 1,476 3,226 6,437262605,316 107,333 [1] [2] [projections]
Washington 33,888 1,332 21,720 4,450175557,275 73,182[view by county] [1] [projections]
Colorado 32,715 1,690 23,998 5,681293324,632 56,372[1] [projections]
Iowa 29,009 716 5,005 9,194227304,607 96,545[1] [2] [projections]
Wisconsin 28,659 784 5,288 4,922135571,201 98,103[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [projections]
Mississippi 27,247 1,073 6,786 9,155361299,691 100,698[1] [2] [projections]
Missouri 22,344 1,038 16,724 3,641169415,991 67,779[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [projections]
Utah 22,217 172 9,647 6,93054340,753 106,287[1] [projections]
Arkansas 20,777 270 5,976 6,88589311,203 103,122[1] [2] [projections]
Nebraska 19,177 274 5,166 9,914142180,826 93,479[1] [2] [projections]
Nevada 18,456 507 6,486 5,992165322,944 104,847[1] [2] [projections]
Rhode Island 16,813 950 14,232 15,871897242,282 228,706[1] [projections]
Kentucky 15,642 565 11,087 3,501126404,781 90,602[1] [2] [3] [projections]
Kansas 14,559 275 5,189 4,99794176,725 60,661[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [projections]
 

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Oklahoma 13,757 387 3,285 3,47798341,597 86,328[1] [2] [projections]
New Mexico 12,147 497 6,257 5,793237344,181 164,144[1] [2] [projections]
Delaware 11,474 509 4,298 11,783523110,881 113,868[1] [projections]
District Of Columbia 10,327 551 8,506 14,63378197,295 137,861[1] [projections]
Oregon 8,656 207 5,727 2,05249237,243 56,249[1] [2] [projections]
South Dakota 6,764 91 801 7,64610380,088 90,530[1] [projections]
Idaho 6,117 92 1,792 3,4235190,476 50,628[1] [2] [3] [projections]
New Hampshire 5,782 371 948 4,252273138,433 101,811[1] [projections]
North Dakota 3,576 79 302 4,693104106,122 139,256[1] [projections]
Maine 3,253 105 502 2,42078102,039 75,910[1] [2] [projections]
West Virginia 2,905 93 540 1,62152171,663 95,786[1] [projections]
Wyoming 1,487 20 370 2,5693545,969 79,427[1] [2] [projections]
Vermont 1,208 56 199 1,9369065,764 105,393[1] [projections]
Montana 967 22 303 9052190,861 85,014[1] [2] [3] [4] [projections]
Alaska 940 14 400 1,28519112,185 153,354[1] [projections]
Hawaii 917 18 163 6481392,225 65,137[1] [2] [3] [projections]
Guam 257 5 73 12,969[1]
Northern Mariana Islands 31 2 10 8,217[1] [2]
Puerto Rico 7,465 153 5,953 2,20445359,473106,135[1] [2] [3] [4]
United States Virgin Islands 84 6 5 2,907[1]
Veteran Affairs 22,364 1,626 4,123 314,216[1] [2] [3]
US Military 17,116 38 8,542 [1] [2] [3]
Navajo Nation 7,532 363 4,038 51,699[1] [2]
Federal Prisons 7,444 91 1,663 22,110[1]
Grand Princess Ship 103 3 100 [1]
Wuhan Repatriated 3 3 3
Diamond Princess Ship 46 46 46
Total:2,727,853130,1221,454,3978,24139334,198,027103,316

 

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Thank you for the update. I'll have to see if I can find stats for total / current hospitalizations. Earlier today I stated on another thread that Alaska had about a dozen hospitalized statewide as of this morning. That number is down to 3 in the hospital statewide this evening. Our numbers have gone up as expected after being fully opened several weeks back (except for the Canadian border) with people going out again, and with seasonal workers arriving. But it appears to be milder symptoms, thankfully.
 
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