CORONA Confirmed American Cases of Coronavirus

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Oklahoma
Gov. Kevin Stitt has told older and vulnerable people across Oklahoma to stay home, but mayors in the state's major cities, including Oklahoma City, Tulsa and Norman, ordered all residents to do so. "We want to leave no doubt," Mayor David Holt of Oklahoma City said. "The safest course of action during this public health crisis is to stay home."


Claremore About 19,000 people

Stay at home, effective April 6 at 8 a.m.

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Edmond About 93,000 people

Shelter in place, effective March 30 at 11:59 p.m.

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Moore About 62,000 people

Shelter in place, effective April 4 at 11:59 p.m.

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Norman About 123,000 people

Stay at home, effective March 25 at 11:59 p.m.

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Oklahoma City About 649,000 people

Shelter in place, effective March 28 at 11:59 p.m.

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Sallisaw About 9,000 people

Shelter in place, effective April 4 at 11:59 p.m.

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Stillwater About 50,000 people

Shelter in place, effective March 30 at 11:59 p.m.

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Tulsa About 401,000 people

Shelter in place, effective March 28 at 11:59 p.m.

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Utah
Summit County, a popular area for skiing and tourism, became the first in Utah to issue such a restriction, The Salt Lake Tribune reported. Salt Lake County also issued a similar order. “The goals are to save lives and stop our hospital system from being overrun,” Mayor Jenny Wilson of Salt Lake County said.


Davis County About 352,000 people

Stay at home, effective April 1 at 11:59 p.m.

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Salt Lake County About 1.2 million people

Stay at home, effective March 30 at 12:01 a.m.

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Summit County About 42,000 people

Stay at home, effective March 27 at 12:01 a.m.

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Wyoming
Jackson, a popular tourist destination for skiers in the Jackson Hole valley, was the first town in the state to issue a stay-at-home order, according to the Casper Star-Tribune.


Jackson About 10,000 people

Stay at home, effective March 28

See announcement | Read local coverage


As of now, these three states have partial SIP orders in effect, according to
See Which States and Cities Have Told Residents to Stay at Home

Arkansas, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska & Iowa have thus far resisted pressure to mandate SIP for their states.
 

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Last updated: April 08, 2020, 02:29 GMT


United States

Coronavirus Cases:

400,412

Deaths:
12,854

Recovered:
21,674
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USA
State
Total
Cases
New
Cases
Total
Deaths
New
Deaths
Active
Cases
Tot Cases/
1M pop
Deaths/
1M pop
Total
Tests
Tests/
1M pop
Source
Wyoming2211693803,9296,753[1] [2]
Wisconsin 2,578922,4844461629,0145,021[1] [2] [3] [4] [5]
West Virginia4124408225212,0596,593[1]
Washington8,6824037,4401,1905591,37512,527[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14]
Virginia3,333633,268396728,6453,405[1]
Vermont57523552920377,12911,407[1]
Utah 1,738131,699571434,64711,377[1]
USA Total400,412+7712,854+13365,8841,210392,075,7396,271
Texas8,9391678,014321688,6493,179[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8]
Tennessee4,13872 3,6006221152,8747,950[1] [2] [3] [4]
South Dakota320621637076,2707,255[1] [2]
South Carolina2,417512,3664881023,6804,778[1]
Rhode Island1,229301,1891,163288,6288,166[1] [2] [3]
Pennsylvania14,94525014,6191,1682091,2787,136[1] [2] [3] [4]
Oregon1,181331,148289823,0075,636[1] [2] [3]
Oklahoma1,472678833761713,2933,393[1] [2]
Ohio4,7821674,6154111450,8384,367[1]
North Dakota237415131557,70310,241[1]
North Carolina3,321543,181327541,0824,045[1] [2]
New York142,3845,489122,3157,258280340,05817,334[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9]
New Mexico79413648379622,24510,631[1]
New Jersey44,4161,23243,092 5,00113994,97410,693[1] [2]
New Hampshire74713583556108,7346,500[1] [2] [3]
Nevada2,087581,9937142021,8187,465[1] [2]
Nebraska4781046825157,4533,913[1] [2] [3]
Montana319628130666,9856,705[1] [2] [3]
Missouri3,037702,8984991131,9695,249[1] [2] [3] [4]
Mississippi1,915591,8566412020,5476,875[1]
Minnesota1,06934486193629,2605,294[1] [2]
Michigan18,97084518,0561,9058550,3325,055[1] [2] [3]
Massachusetts15,20235614,8362,2265281,34411,909[1] [2]
Maryland4,3711033,9807281731,6275,268[1]
Maine5191233138996,6074,957[1] [2]
Louisiana16,28458215,6523,49212574,65516,008[1]
Kentucky1,149657782591521,6044,866[1] [2]
 

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Kansas 912 31 881 314119,514 3,271[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8]
Iowa 1,049 26 955 335812,718 4,060[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]
Indiana 5,507 173 5,320 8302628,764 4,334[1] [2]
Illinois 13,549 380 13,119 1,0573068,732 5,361[1] [2] [3] [4]
Idaho 1,210 15 1,195 717911,898 7,049[1] [2] [3]
Hawaii 410 5 292 288413,665 9,610[1] [2]
Georgia 9,156 348 8,777 8893433,785 3,281[1] [2] [3]
Florida 14,747 296 14,351 71614139,669 6,781[1] [2]
District Of Columbia 1,211 24 869 1,769357,823 11,429[1]
Delaware 928 16 768 977178,568 9,024[1]
Connecticut 7,781 277 7,454 2,1737729,036 8,107[1] [2] [3]
Colorado 5,429 179 5,210 9823228,094 5,079[1]
California 17,537 +77 447 +13 16,190 44811143,800 3,673[1] [2]
Arkansas 946 18 776 316613,691 4,578[1] [2]
Arizona 2,575 73 2,482 3711133,375 4,804[1]
Alaska 213 6 178 28886,913 9,361[1]
Alabama 2,197 64 2,113 4521314,916 3,066[1]
Guam 121 4 90 605 [1] [2]
Northern Mariana Islands 8 2 6 33 [1]
Puerto Rico 573 23 546 16975,513 1,628[1]
United States Virgin Islands 43 1 8 266 [1]
Wuhan Repatriated 3 3 3
Diamond Princess Cruise 46 46 46
Total:400,412+7712,854+13365,8841,210392,075,7396,271
 

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Last updated: April 09, 2020, 05:24 GMT


United States

Coronavirus Cases:

435,128

Deaths:
14,795

Recovered:
22,891



USA
State
Total
Cases
New
Cases
Total
Deaths
New
Deaths
Active
Cases
Tot Cases/
1M pop
Deaths/
1M pop
Total
Tests
Tests/
1M pop
Source
USA Total435,128+20114,795+7397,4421,315452,209,0416,674
New York 151,171 6,268 130,323 7,706319365,153 18,613[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9]
New Jersey 47,437 1,504 45,841 5,341169100,326 11,296[1] [2]
Michigan 20,346 959 19,318 2,0439651,708 5,193[1] [2] [3]
California 19,031 +201 505 +7 17,586 48613144,264 3,685[1] [2]
Louisiana 17,030 652 16,328 3,65214081,406 17,456[1]
Massachusetts 16,790 433 16,347 2,4586387,511 12,812[1] [2]
Pennsylvania 16,743 314 16,295 1,3092598,538 7,704[1] [2] [3] [4]
Florida 15,698 323 15,275 76216144,570 7,019[1] [2]
Illinois 15,078 462 14,566 1,1763675,066 5,855[1] [2] [3] [4]
Georgia 10,204 370 9,803 9913638,787 3,767[1] [2] [3]
Texas 10,065 195 9,100 361796,258 3,452[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10]
Washington 9,342 431 7,997 1,2815992,073 12,623[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14]
Connecticut 8,781 335 8,396 2,4529431,700 8,851[1] [2] [3]
Indiana 5,943 203 5,726 8953130,869 4,651[1] [2]
Colorado 5,655 193 5,422 1,0223529,199 5,279[1]
Maryland 5,529 124 5,117 9212138,462 6,407[1]
Ohio 5,148 193 4,955 4421753,341 4,582[1]
Tennessee 4,362 79 3,656 6561256,618 8,513[1] [2] [3] [4]
Virginia 3,645 75 3,568 433930,645 3,642[1]
North Carolina 3,562 63 3,413 351642,987 4,233[1] [2]
Missouri 3,431 85 3,277 5631434,110 5,601[1] [2] [3] [4] [5]
Wisconsin 2,756 103 2,588 4771832,871 5,689[1] [2] [3] [4] [5]
Arizona 2,726 80 2,626 3921234,564 4,976[1]
South Carolina 2,552 63 2,489 5151324,634 4,971[1]
Alabama 2,499 67 2,412 5141419,122 3,931[1]
Nevada 2,318 71 2,211 7932422,865 7,823[1] [2]
Mississippi 2,003 67 1,936 6702220,635 6,904[1]
Utah 1,846 13 1,807 606436,116 11,859[1]
Oklahoma 1,524 79 923 3892013,345 3,406[1] [2]
Rhode Island 1,450 35 1,405 1,3723312,132 11,482[1] [2]
District Of Columbia 1,440 27 1,052 2,104398,283 12,101[1]
Kentucky 1,346 73 967 3031621,620 4,869[1] [2]
Oregon 1,239 38 1,201 304924,564 6,018[1] [2] [3]
Idaho 1,232 18 1,214 7301111,898 7,049[1] [2] [3]
Minnesota 1,154 39 483 209730,753 5,564[1] [2] [3]
Iowa 1,145 27 1,029 366913,966 4,458[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]
Delaware 1,116 19 938 1,175208,744 9,209[1]
Arkansas 1,077 18 822 360614,909 4,985[1] [2]
 

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Kansas 1,046 38 1,008 3601310,183 3,501[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8]
New Mexico 865 16 678 413823,807 11,378[1]
New Hampshire 788 18 543 586139,177 6,830[1] [2] [3]
Vermont 605 23 582 968377,749 12,399[1]
Maine 537 14 336 403116,625 4,971[1] [2]
Nebraska 519 12 507 27267,978 4,188[1] [2]
West Virginia 483 4 479 264212,859 7,030[1]
Hawaii 435 5 317 306415,149 10,653[1] [2]
South Dakota 393 6 241 45576,748 7,808[1] [2]
Montana 332 6 191 31967,398 7,102[1] [2] [3]
North Dakota 251 4 149 33458,607 11,442[1]
Wyoming 230 136 3954,064 6,985[1] [2]
Alaska 226 7 187 30697,068 9,571[1]
Guam 121 4 90 605 [1] [2]
Northern Mariana Islands 11 2 9 45 [1]
Puerto Rico 620 24 592 18376,052 1,787[1]
United States Virgin Islands 43 1 8 266 [1]
US Military 3,160 8 2,928 0 [1]
Wuhan Repatriated 3 3 3
Diamond Princess Cruise 46 46 46
Total:435,128+20114,795+7397,4421,315452,209,0416,674
 

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April 8 (GMT)
NOTE (USA): on April 8 we have added data for COVID-19 cases, deaths, recoveries and hospitalizations occurring among US Military personnel, as provided by the United States Department of Defense. This data is not currently included in the CDC count and was not previously included in our statistics but it will be from now on, as we have found a reliable source for it. The change retroactively affects dates from March 18 onward. The data will be shown under the label "US Military" on the US table
  • 31935 new cases and 1940 new deaths in the United States.

    New York:
    • Records the highest number of deaths per day to date
    • Governor Cuomo directs all NY flags flown at half-mast in honor of COVID-19 victims
    • Hospitalization rate is decreasing
    • Contrast is explained by the lagging period between hospitalization and death
    • The curve is flattening because of social distancing measures, said Cuomo
 

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I note that California is the only state to report an increase in cases or deaths. Wonder why that is? Also, I am glad we are now getting the numbers for our military. Thanks jward for doing this everyday.
 

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I think the reason only CA showed deaths for that particular chart might be the time of the chart Last updated: April 09, 2020, 05:24 GMT

I'm glad to do the "fetching" and posting of the information, and to read that you find it useful.
 

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Latest Updates

April 9 (GMT)
  • 27253 new cases and 1656 new deaths in the United States

    Dr. Fauci:

    Final death toll "looks more like 60,000 than the 100,000 to 200,000" that U.S. officials previously estimated [source]

    New York: [source]

    799 new deaths. Highest number of new deaths to date.

    18,279 hospitalized, with a 200 net increase in the last day (lowest number in the last period). New ICU admissions: lowest number since March 19.
    • 18 days since the stay at home order in New York
    • 39 days since the first case in New York
    • 80 days since the first case in the US
 

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Last updated: April 11, 2020, 08:49 GMT


United States

Coronavirus Cases:

503,177

Deaths:
18,761

Recovered:
27,314
 

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USA
State
Total
Cases
New
Cases
Total
Deaths
New
Deaths
Active
Cases
Tot Cases/
1M pop
Deaths/
1M pop
Total
Tests
Tests/
1M pop
Source
Wyoming 253 124 4355,255 9,032[1] [2]
Wisconsin 3,068 128 2,875 5312236,293 6,281[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]
West Virginia 574 5 512 314315,101 8,256[1]
Washington 10,195 483 8,638 1,3986692,999 12,749[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14]
Virginia 4,509 121 4,386 5361435,459 4,214[1]
Vermont 679 24 655 1,086388,657 13,852[1]
Utah 2,102 17 2,059 690640,762 13,385[1]
USA Total503,177+30118,761+14457,1021,520572,538,8887,670
Texas 12,186 248 10,353 4379115,918 4,157[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8]
Tennessee 4,862 98 3,843 7311562,799 9,442[1] [2] [3]
South Dakota 536 6 353 62077,647 8,848[1] [2]
South Carolina 3,065 72 2,993 6181528,183 5,687[1]
Rhode Island 2,015 49 1,956 1,9074615,432 14,605[1] [2] [3]
Pennsylvania 20,340 446 19,724 1,59035113,019 8,836[1] [2] [3] [4]
Oregon 1,371 48 1,323 3361227,224 6,669[1] [2]
Oklahoma 1,794 88 1,184 4582222,370 5,709[1] [2]
Ohio 5,878 231 5,647 5052058,573 5,031[1]
North Dakota 278 6 167 37089,608 12,773[1]
North Carolina 4,088 84 3,918 403857,645 5,676[1] [2] [3]
New York 172,358 7,844 148,280 8,786400417,885 21,301[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7]
New Mexico 1,091 19 901 521927,098 12,950[1]
New Jersey 54,588 1,932 51,974 6,146218113,523 12,781[1] [2]
New Hampshire 885 22 636 659169,958 7,411[1] [2] [3]
Nevada 2,584 102 2,434 8843527,286 9,335[1] [2]
Nebraska 648 17 631 34099,474 4,974[1] [2]
Montana 365 6 194 35068,297 7,965[1] [2] [3]
Missouri 3,799 101 3,629 6241740,740 6,690[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]
Mississippi 2,469 82 2,387 8262721,101 7,060[1]
Minnesota 1,336 57 547 2421033,894 6,132[1] [2]
Michigan 22,783 1,281 21,433 2,28812972,044 7,235[1] [2] [3]
Massachusetts 20,974 599 20,365 3,07188102,372 14,988[1] [2]
Maryland 6,968 171 6,400 1,1612844,448 7,404[1]
Maine 586 17 323 440136,625 4,971[1] [2]
Louisiana 19,253 755 18,448 4,12816292,280 19,787[1]
Kentucky 1,693 90 1,297 3812024,288 5,470[1]
 

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Kansas 1,166 50 1,116 4011711,414 3,924[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7]
Iowa 1,388 31 1,268 4431015,953 5,093[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7]
Indiana 6,907 300 6,593 1,0414535,040 5,279[1] [2]
Illinois 17,887 596 17,241 1,3954687,527 6,827[1] [2] [3] [4]
Idaho 1,396 25 1,371 8271513,764 8,155[1] [2] [3]
Hawaii 465 8 206 327616,149 11,356[1] [2]
Georgia 11,859 425 11,403 1,1524146,147 4,481[1] [2] [3]
Florida 17,968 419 17,449 87220167,141 8,114[1] [2]
District Of Columbia 1,660 38 1,196 2,425569,355 13,667[1]
Delaware 1,326 32 1,117 1,397349,890 10,416[1]
Connecticut 10,538 448 10,040 2,94212533,502 9,354[1] [2]
Colorado 6,510 250 6,220 1,1774532,653 5,903[1]
California 21,374 +301 598 +14 19,836 54615164,863 4,211[1] [2] [3]
Arkansas 1,202 24 849 402817,151 5,735[1] [2]
Arizona 3,112 97 2,995 4481437,734 5,432[1]
Alaska 246 7 184 33397,432 10,063[1]
Alabama 3,008 80 2,908 6181620,605 4,236[1]
Guam 130 4 85 605 [1]
Northern Mariana Islands 11 2 9 45 [1]
Puerto Rico 725 39 682 214127,244 2,139[1] [2]
United States Virgin Islands 50 1 6 368 [1]
US Military 3,366 13 3,054 0 [1]
Navajo Nation 558 22 536 0 [1]
Grand Princess Ship 103 3 100 0 [1]
Wuhan Repatriated 3 3 3
Diamond Princess Ship 46 46 46
Total:503,177+30118,761+14457,1021,520572,538,8887,670
 

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Kansas 1,166 50 1,116 4011711,414 3,924[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7]
Iowa 1,388 31 1,268 4431015,953 5,093[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7]
Indiana 6,907 300 6,593 1,0414535,040 5,279[1] [2]
Illinois 17,887 596 17,241 1,3954687,527 6,827[1] [2] [3] [4]
Idaho 1,396 25 1,371 8271513,764 8,155[1] [2] [3]
Hawaii 465 8 206 327616,149 11,356[1] [2]
Georgia 11,859 425 11,403 1,1524146,147 4,481[1] [2] [3]
Florida 17,968 419 17,449 87220167,141 8,114[1] [2]
District Of Columbia 1,660 38 1,196 2,425569,355 13,667[1]
Delaware 1,326 32 1,117 1,397349,890 10,416[1]
Connecticut 10,538 448 10,040 2,94212533,502 9,354[1] [2]
Colorado 6,510 250 6,220 1,1774532,653 5,903[1]
California 21,374 +301 598 +14 19,836 54615164,863 4,211[1] [2] [3]
Arkansas 1,202 24 849 402817,151 5,735[1] [2]
Arizona 3,112 97 2,995 4481437,734 5,432[1]
Alaska 246 7 184 33397,432 10,063[1]
Alabama 3,008 80 2,908 6181620,605 4,236[1]
Guam 130 4 85 605 [1]
Northern Mariana Islands 11 2 9 45 [1]
Puerto Rico 725 39 682 214127,244 2,139[1] [2]
United States Virgin Islands 50 1 6 368 [1]
US Military 3,366 13 3,054 0 [1]
Navajo Nation 558 22 536 0 [1]
Grand Princess Ship 103 3 100 0 [1]
Wuhan Repatriated 3 3 3
Diamond Princess Ship 46 46 46
Total:503,177+30118,761+14457,1021,520572,538,8887,670
 

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Last updated: April 13, 2020, 02:05 GMT


United States

Coronavirus Cases:

560,433

Deaths:
22,115

Recovered:
32,634



Closed Cases
54,749
Cases which had an outcome:
32,634 (60%)
Recovered / Discharged
22,115 (40%)
Deaths
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USA Total560,433+13322,115+10505,6841,693672,832,5398,557
New York 189,415 9,385 162,941 9,655478461,601 23,529[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]
New Jersey 61,850 2,350 58,818 6,964265126,735 14,269[1] [2]
Massachusetts 25,475 756 23,990 3,730111116,730 17,090[1] [2]
Michigan 24,638 1,487 22,708 2,47414976,014 7,634[1] [2] [3]
California 23,287 +110 681 +7 21,666 59517203,400 5,196[1] [2] [3]
Pennsylvania 22,920 561 21,709 1,79244124,890 9,764[1] [2] [3] [4]
Illinois 20,852 720 20,082 1,62656100,735 7,857[1] [2] [3] [4]
Louisiana 20,595 840 19,705 4,416180104,045 22,310[1]
Florida 19,895 461 19,254 96622185,520 9,007[1] [2]
Texas 13,640 278 11,348 48910124,553 4,467[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8]
Georgia 12,550 442 12,077 1,2194354,453 5,288[1] [2] [3]
Connecticut 12,035 554 11,431 3,36015541,220 11,509[1] [2]
Washington 10,530 508 +3 8,697 1,4447092,999 12,749[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14]
Maryland 8,225 235 7,534 1,3703947,238 7,868[1]
Indiana 7,928 343 7,571 1,1945242,489 6,401[1] [2]
Colorado 7,303 290 6,973 1,3205237,153 6,717[1]
Ohio 6,604 253 6,351 5672263,243 5,432[1]
Tennessee 5,308 101 3,703 7981570,747 10,637[1] [2] [3]
Virginia 5,274 141 5,131 6271739,985 4,752[1]
North Carolina 4,582 90 4,406 451962,139 6,119[1] [2] [3]
Missouri 4,160 116 3,860 6831945,064 7,400[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7]
Alabama 3,583 93 3,470 7371920,605 4,236[1]
Arizona 3,539 115 3,384 50917 42,109 6,062[1]
Wisconsin 3,341 144 3,132 5782539,257 6,794[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]
South Carolina 3,319 82 3,237 6701731,426 6,341[1] [2]
Nevada 2,836 112 2,474 9703829,579 10,120[1] [2]
Mississippi 2,781 96 2,685 9303221,101 7,060[1]
Rhode Island 2,665 63 2,592 2,5226020,350 19,260[1] [2]
Utah 2,303 18 2,259 756644,234 14,525[1]
Oklahoma 1,970 96 1,352 5032522,511 5,745[1] [2]
Kentucky 1,963 97 1,560 4422225,866 5,825[1]
District Of Columbia 1,875 50 1,332 2,7397310,640 15,544[1]
Delaware 1,625 35 1,377 1,7113711,820 12,449[1]
Minnesota 1,621 70 709 2931337,421 6,770[1] [2]
Iowa 1,587 41 872 5071317,592 5,616[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7]
Oregon 1,527 52 1,475 3741329,758 7,290[1] [2]
Idaho 1,426 27 1,399 8451614,308 8,477[1] [2] [3]
 

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Kansas 1,337 56 1,153 4601913,253 4,556[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7]
Arkansas 1,280 27 886 428919,722 6,595[1] [2]
New Mexico 1,245 26 1,048 5951230,515 14,583[1]
New Hampshire 985 23 726 7331710,925 8,131[1]
Nebraska 814 +23 17 797 427910,991 5,770[1] [2]
South Dakota 730 6 528 84578,553 9,896[1] [2]
Vermont 727 27 700 1,163439,841 15,746[1]
Maine 633 19 348 4751412,168 9,130[1] [2]
West Virginia 611 8 520 334416,257 8,888[1]
Hawaii 499 9 180 351618,827 13,240[1] [2]
Montana 387 6 212 37168,913 8,556[1] [2] [3]
North Dakota 308 8 179 4091110,350 13,760[1]
Alaska 272 8 198 368118,038 10,884[1]
Wyoming 270 133 4645,614 9,649[1] [2]
Guam 133 5 70 605[1]
Northern Mariana Islands 11 2 9 45[1]
Puerto Rico 897 44 849 265137,9732,354[1] [2] [3]
United States Virgin Islands 51 1 7 370[1]
US Military 3,366 13 3,054 [1]
Navajo Nation 698 24 674 [1]
Grand Princess Ship 103 3 100 [1]
Wuhan Repatriated 3 3 3
Diamond Princess Ship 46 46 46
Total:560,433+13322,115+10505,6841,693672,832,5398,557
 

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USA Total710,021+28637,158+4612,3532,1451123,574,98410,800
New York 233,951 17,131 192,933 11,925873573,223 29,219[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9]
New Jersey 78,467 3,840 73,356 8,835432159,389 17,945[1] [2]
Massachusetts 34,402 1,404 24,880 5,037206148,744 21,777[1] [2]
Michigan 30,023 2,227 27,353 3,015224102,366 10,280[1] [2] [3]
Pennsylvania 29,921 957 28,314 2,33975147,373 11,521[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]
California 29,175 1,041 26,784 74527246,400 6,294[1] [2] [3]
Illinois 27,575 1,134 26,391 2,15188130,163 10,152[1] [2] [3] [4]
Florida 24,753 726 23,341 1,20235241,913 11,744[1] [2]
Louisiana 23,118 1,213 21,855 4,957260131,987 28,301[1]
Texas 17,760 439 13,131 63716169,536 6,080[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11]
Georgia 17,432 668 16,733 1,6936571,693 6,962[1] [2] [3]
Connecticut 16,809 1,036 15,708 4,69328955,462 15,486[1] [2]
Maryland 11,572 425 10,411 1,9287162,009 10,329[1]
Washington 11,445 +286 603 +4 9,127 1,56983131,627 18,045[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14]
Indiana 10,154 519 9,621 1,5307854,785 8,254[1] [2]
Ohio 9,107 418 8,569 7823677,677 6,672[1] [2] [3]
Colorado 9,047 391 8,158 1,6367141,830 7,563[1]
Virginia 7,491 231 6,150 8902748,997 5,823[1] [2]
Tennessee 6,589 142 3,430 9912187,273 13,122[1] [2] [3]
North Carolina 6,031 172 4,976 5941772,981 7,186[1] [2] [3]
Missouri 5,283 182 4,917 8673051,545 8,464[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8]
Alabama 4,572 151 4,401 9403137,848 7,780[1]
Arizona 4,507 169 4,268 6492449,230 7,087[1]
Rhode Island 4,177 118 4,049 3,95311230,761 29,113[1] [2] [3]
South Carolina 4,086 116 3,970 8242336,284 7,321[1] [2]
Wisconsin 4,045 205 3,753 7003546,410 8,032[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]
Mississippi 3,793 140 3,653 1,2694737,733 12,625[1] [2]
Nevada 3,524 142 2,213 1,2064935,955 12,301[1] [2]
Utah 2,805 23 2,564 921855,771 18,313[1]
Kentucky 2,522 137 2,079 5683130,596 6,891[1]
District Of Columbia 2,476 86 1,817 3,61712612,643 18,470[1]
Oklahoma 2,465 136 1,174 6293530,795 7,860[1] [2]
Iowa 2,332 64 1,261 7442021,792 6,957[1]
Delaware 2,323 61 1,839 2,4476414,017 14,763[1]
Minnesota 2,071 111 894 3752043,053 7,789[1] [2]
Oregon 1,785 70 1,715 4371736,321 8,898[1] [2]
New Mexico 1,711 51 1,365 8182435,613 17,020[1] [2]
 

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Kansas 1,705 84 1,381 5862916,901 5,810[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7]
Arkansas 1,700 37 1,070 5681223,494 7,856[1]
Idaho 1,655 43 1,159 9812516,183 9,588[1] [2]
South Dakota 1,411 7 947 1,633811,062 12,799[1]
New Hampshire 1,287 37 782 9582812,852 9,565[1]
Nebraska 1,138 24 1,092 5971313,753 7,220[1] [2]
Maine 827 29 446 6202214,872 11,158[1] [2]
Vermont 779 35 744 1,24656 12,116 19,386[1]
West Virginia 775 16 612 424919,088 10,436[1]
Hawaii 553 9 154 389621,985 15,460[1] [2]
North Dakota 439 9 258 5841212,342 16,408[1]
Montana 422 8 181 405810,244 9,834[1] [2] [3]
Wyoming 412 2 204 70837,280 12,512[1] [2]
Alaska 309 9 172 418129,450 12,796[1]
Guam 135 5 57 605[1]
Northern Mariana Islands 13 2 11 45[1]
Puerto Rico 1,068 58 1,006 3151710,4103,074[1] [2] [3]
United States Virgin Islands 51 2 3 458[1]
US Military 4,849 19 3,771 [1]
Navajo Nation 1,042 41 1,001 [1]
Grand Princess Ship 103 3 100 [1]
Wuhan Repatriated 3 3 3
Diamond Princess Ship 46 46 46
Total:710,021+28637,158+4612,3532,1451123,574,98410,800
 

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April 18 (GMT)
  • 29567 new cases and 2176 new deaths in the United States

    NOTE
    : Changes in New York State Data following the new CDC guidelines on "Case" and "Death" definition
    Note on Michigan death data: MDHHS staff has put in place, a weekly review death certificate data maintained in Vital Records reporting systems. As a part of this process, records that identify COVID-19 infection as a contributing factor to death are compared against all laboratory confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the Michigan Disease Surveillance System (MDSS). If a death certificate is matched to a confirmed COVID-19 case and that record in the MDSS does not indicate a death, the MDSS record is updated to indicate the death and the appropriate local health department is notified. These matched deaths are then included with mortality information posted to the Michigan Coronavirus website. As a result of this week’s assessment, today’s data includes 65 additional deaths that have been identified through this methodology. [source]
    New York City retracted 145 deaths previously reported, on April 15, to have taken place in Brooklyn and Manhattann [source] [source]

  • 30342 new cases and 2618 new deaths in the United States

    New York Governor Cuomo: "we will begin reporting all categories of fatalities pursuant to new CDC guidelines and are contacting facilities to get updated numbers" There may be additional people who died that have not been counted because not in a hospital
  • 30720 new cases and 6185 new deaths in the United States

    New York City
    today has reported 3,778 additional deaths that have occurred since March 11 and have been classified as "probable," defined as follows: “decedent [...] had no known positive laboratory test for SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) but the death certificate lists as a cause of death “COVID-19” or an equivalent" [source]. We will add these to the New York State total as soon as it is determined whether the historical distribution can be obtained
  • 26641 new cases and 1535 new deaths in the United States

    NOTE: In its breakdown by county, Washington State uses an "Unassigned" field with a varying amount. We adjusted April 12 figures based on the latest "Unassigned" report
  • 27421 new cases and 1528 new deaths in the United States

    Michigan Health Department published an incorrect total number of cases (26,638 instead of 24,638 provided the indicated change of 645 new confirmed cases is correct) [screenshot as of 20:00 GMT] [source]
 

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USA Total738,913+12139,015+1631,6132,2321183,722,20911,245
New York 241,041 17,671 199,483 12,286901596,532 30,407[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10]
New Jersey 81,420 4,070 76,079 9,167458164,278 18,496[1] [2]
Massachusetts 36,372 1,560 26,694 5,325228156,806 22,958[1] [2]
Pennsylvania 31,731 1,102 29,979 2,48186153,965 12,037[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]
California 30,801 +83 1,148 +1 28,303 78729246,400 6,294[1] [2] [3]
Michigan 30,791 2,308 25,246 3,092232102,366 10,280[1] [2] [3]
Illinois 29,160 1,259 27,851 2,27498137,404 10,717[1] [2] [3] [4]
Florida 25,492 748 24,058 1,23836253,183 12,292[1] [2]
Louisiana 23,580 1,267 22,263 5,056272137,999 29,591[1]
Texas 18,679 469 13,404 67017176,239 6,320[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11]
Georgia 17,841 677 17,133 1,7336674,208 7,206[1] [2] [3]
Connecticut 17,550 1,086 16,399 4,90030358,213 16,254[1] [2]
Maryland 12,308 463 11,074 2,0507765,370 10,889[1]
Washington 11,802 624 9,463 1,61886135,706 18,604[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14]
Indiana 10,641 545 10,082 1,6038256,873 8,569[1] [2]
Ohio 10,222 451 9,651 8783983,131 7,141[1] [2] [3]
Colorado 9,433 411 8,524 1,7057444,606 8,065[1]
Virginia 8,053 258 6,685 9573151,931 6,172[1] [2]
Tennessee 6,762 145 3,383 1,0172290,586 13,620[1] [2] [3]
North Carolina 6,366 185 5,298 6271876,211 7,504[1] [2] [3]
Missouri 5,517 184 5,149 9063053,525 8,789[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8]
Alabama 4,723 147 4,556 97130 42,538 8,744[1]
Arizona 4,719 177 4,472 6792551,045 7,348[1]
Rhode Island 4,491 137 4,344 4,25013032,826 31,067[1] [2] [3]
South Carolina 4,246 119 1,389 8572438,833 7,836[1] [2]
Wisconsin 4,199 211 3,901 7273748,161 8,335[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]
Mississippi 3,974 152 3,822 1,3305138,765 12,970[1] [2]
Nevada 3,626 151 2,306 1,2415235,955 12,301[1] [2]
Utah 2,931 25 2,463 962859,944 19,684[1]
Kentucky 2,707 144 2,257 6103232,225 7,258[1]
District Of Columbia 2,666 91 1,967 3,89513313,268 19,384[1]
Oklahoma 2,570 139 897 6563535,536 9,070[1] [2]
Delaware 2,538 67 2,005 2,6737114,794 15,581[1]
Iowa 2,513 74 1,432 8022422,947 7,325[1]
Minnesota 2,213 121 974 4002244,368 8,027[1] [2]
Oregon 1,844 72 1,772 4521837,583 9,207[1] [2]
New Mexico 1,798 53 1,280 8592536,632 17,507[1] [2]
 

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Kansas 1,790 86 1,464 6153017,676 6,077[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7]
Arkansas 1,777 +38 38 1,020 59413 24,205 8,094[1]
Idaho 1,668 44 1,171 9882616,183 9,588[1] [2]
South Dakota 1,542 7 983 1,784811,660 13,491[1]
New Hampshire 1,342 38 791 9992813,424 9,991[1]
Nebraska 1,287 28 1,237 6761514,652 7,692[1] [2]
Maine 847 32 433 6352414,923 11,197[1] [2]
West Virginia 825 18 582 4511019,794 10,822[1]
Vermont 803 38 765 1,2856112,566 20,106[1]
Hawaii 574 9 155 404623,617 16,608[1] [2]
North Dakota 528 9 336 7021212,963 17,233[1]
Montana 426 10 173 4091010,569 10,146[1] [2] [3]
Wyoming 422 2 214 72537,280 12,512[1] [2]
Alaska 314 9 158 425129,655 13,074[1]
Guam 136 5 21 605[1]
Northern Mariana Islands 13 2 11 45[1]
Puerto Rico 1,118 60 1,054 3301810,9333,228[1] [2] [3]
United States Virgin Islands 53 3 4 458[1] [2]
US Military 4,849 19 3,771 [1]
Navajo Nation 1,127 44 1,083 [1]
Grand Princess Ship 103 3 100 [1]
Wuhan Repatriated 3 3 3
Diamond Princess Ship 46 46 46
Total:738,913+12139,015+1631,6132,2321183,722,20911,245
 

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Last updated: April 23, 2020, 06:17 GMT

April 14 - 15 Change in US Data


United States

Coronavirus Cases:

849,092

Deaths:
47,681

Recovered:
84,050
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USA Total849,092+37547,681+22717,3612,5651444,326,64813,071
New York 262,268 20,354 212,321 13,3681,037669,982 34,151[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10]
New Jersey 95,865 5,063 89,531 10,793570191,791 21,594[1] [2]
Massachusetts 42,944 2,182 32,644 6,287319180,462 26,421[1] [2]
California 37,700 +357 1,437 +18 32,926 96337300,100 7,666 [1] [2] [3] [4]
Pennsylvania 36,892 1,713 34,529 2,884134171,956 13,443[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]
Illinois 35,108 1,565 32,937 2,738122164,436 12,825[1] [2] [3] [4]
Michigan 33,966 2,813 27,881 3,411283121,298 12,182[1] [2] [3] [4]
Florida 28,576 927 26,963 1,38745290,476 14,102[1] [2]
Louisiana 25,258 1,473 23,735 5,416316141,672 30,378[1]
Connecticut 22,469 1,544 20,860 6,27443169,918 19,522[1] [2]
Texas 21,458 550 16,102 77020216,783 7,774[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11]
Georgia 21,102 846 20,225 2,0498294,072 9,135[1] [2] [3]
Maryland 14,775 698 13,096 2,46111676,529 12,748[1]
Ohio 14,117 610 13,387 1,2135297,998 8,418[1] [2] [3]
Washington 12,494 692 10,020 1,71395147,953 20,283[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14]
Indiana 12,438 661 11,763 1,87410069,470 10,466[1] [2]
Colorado 10,878 508 9,811 1,9679250,645 9,156[1]
Virginia 10,266 349 8,593 1,2204160,778 7,224[1] [2]
Tennessee 7,842 166 3,664 1,17925114,980 17,287[1] [2] [3]
North Carolina 7,488 265 6,340 7372690,336 8,895[1] [2] [3] [4]
Missouri 6,188 232 5,409 1,0163859,266 9,732[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8]
Rhode Island 5,841 181 5,367 5,52817141,722 39,487[1] [2] [3]
Alabama 5,610 +18 201 +4 5,389 1,1534148,387 9,947[1]
Arizona 5,459 229 5,160 7863356,601 8,148[1]
Mississippi 4,894 193 4,701 1,6376553,835 18,012[1] [2]
Wisconsin 4,845 246 4,405 8384354,347 9,405[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]
South Carolina 4,761 140 1,883 9612843,111 8,699[1] [2]
Nevada 4,081 172 2,068 1,3965941,534 14,210[1] [2]
Iowa 3,748 90 2,230 1,1962928,244 9,016[1] [2]
Utah 3,445 34 2,523 1,1311176,460 25,107[1]
Kentucky 3,373 185 2,066 7604236,075 8,125[1]
District Of Columbia 3,206 127 2,434 4,68418615,502 22,647[1]
Delaware 3,200 89 2,512 3,3709416,553 17,433[1]
Oklahoma 2,894 170 952 7394344,489 11,355[1] [2]
Minnesota 2,721 179 1,225 4923249,344 8,927[1] [2]
Arkansas 2,392 44 1,455 8001531,442 10,513[1]
 

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Kansas 2,317 111 1,703 7973819,101 6,567[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7]
New Mexico 2,210 71 1,592 1,0563441,232 19,705[1] [2]
Oregon 2,059 78 1,981 5041940,045 9,810[1] [2]
South Dakota 1,858 9 912 2,1501012,815 14,827[1]
Nebraska 1,813 42 1,749 9522217,394 9,132[1] [2]
Idaho 1,802 54 981 1,0683218,092 10,719[1] [2]
New Hampshire 1,588 48 990 1,1823616,012 11,917[1]
West Virginia 963 29 709 5271626,961 14,740[1]
Maine 907 39 413 6812917,691 13,273[1] [2]
Vermont 823 40 783 1,3176413,462 21,540[1]
North Dakota 679 14 436 9031915,589 20,725[1]
Hawaii 592 12 136 416826,362 18,538[1] [2]
Wyoming 447 6 166 768107,623 13,102[1] [2]
Montana 439 14 129 4211311,583 11,119[1] [2] [3]
Alaska 335 9 130 4541211,119 15,056[1]
Guam 137 5 13 605[1]
Northern Mariana Islands 14 2 1 45[1] [2]
Puerto Rico 1,378 67 1,307 4072011,6333,435[1] [2] [3]
United States Virgin Islands 54 3 3 688[1] [2]
US Military 5,734 25 4,114 [1]
Navajo Nation 1,321 48 1,273 [1]
Federal Prisons 908 24 584 [1]
Grand Princess Ship 103 3 100 [1]
Wuhan Repatriated 3 3 3
Diamond Princess Ship 46 46 46
Total:849,092+37547,681+22717,3612,5651444,326,64813,071
 

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Last updated: April 25, 2020, 05:52 GMT


United States

Coronavirus Cases:

925,758

Deaths:
52,217

Recovered:
110,432



Closed Cases
162,649
Cases which had an outcome:
110,432 (68%)
Recovered / Discharged
52,217 (32%)
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USA Total925,758+52652,217+24763,1092,7971585,037,47315,219
New York 277,445 21,291 224,936 14,1421,085730,656 37,243[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9]
New Jersey 102,196 5,617 95,308 11,506632205,921 23,184 [1] [2] [3]
Massachusetts 50,969 2,556 40,295 7,462374215,213 31,509[1] [2]
California 41,338 +526 1,618 +24 36,383 1,05641494,173 12,623[1] [2] [3] [4]
Pennsylvania 40,149 1,736 37,763 3,139136186,143 14,552[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]
Illinois 39,658 1,795 37,257 3,093140189,632 14,790[1] [2] [3] [4]
Michigan 36,641 3,085 30,284 3,680310140,130 14,073[1] [2] [3]
Florida 30,533 1,046 28,801 1,48251320,984 15,583[1] [2]
Louisiana 26,140 1,660 9,553 5,605356142,056 30,460[1] [2]
Connecticut 23,921 1,764 22,092 6,67949374,038 20,672[1] [2]
Texas 23,170 601 14,544 83122242,547 8,698[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11]
Georgia 22,491 899 21,561 2,18487107,176 10,408[1] [2] [3]
Maryland 16,616 798 14,710 2,76813384,716 14,111[1]
Ohio 15,169 690 14,359 1,30359107,109 9,200[1] [2] [3]
Indiana 13,680 741 12,925 2,06111275,553 11,383[1] [2]
Washington 13,176 723 10,646 1,80699160,324 21,979[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14]
Colorado 12,256 674 11,023 2,21612256,789 10,267[1]
Virginia 11,594 410 9,512 1,3784969,015 8,203[1] [2]
Tennessee 8,726 168 4,188 1,31225131,298 19,741[1] [2] [3] [4]
North Carolina 8,250 293 6,655 81229100,584 9,904[1] [2] [3] [4]
Rhode Island 6,699 202 6,155 6,34019147,257 44,725[1] [2] [3]
Missouri 6,694 267 5,880 1,0994467,017 11,004[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7]
Arizona 6,045 266 5,709 8703860,714 8,740[1]
Alabama 6,026 209 5,797 1,2394352,641 10,821[1]
Mississippi 5,434 209 5,225 1,8187055,389 18,532[1] [2]
Wisconsin 5,356 262 2,781 9274559,929 10,371[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]
South Carolina 5,070 157 1,212 1,0233246,996 9,483[1] [2]
Iowa 4,445 107 2,734 1,4193431,973 10,207[1] [2]
Nevada 4,398 197 2,360 1,5056744,487 15,220[1] [2]
Utah 3,782 39 2,855 1,2421384,697 27,812[1]
Kentucky 3,779 200 2,457 8514544,962 10,126[1]
District Of Columbia 3,528 153 2,724 5,15422416,533 24,153[1]
Delaware 3,442 100 2,639 3,62510517,379 18,303[1]
Minnesota 3,185 221 1,370 5764053,787 9,731[1] [2]
Oklahoma 3,121 188 972 7974853,012 13,530[1] [2]
 

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Kansas 2,955 118 2,334 1,0164123,588 8,109[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7]
Arkansas 2,810 47 1,799 9401635,731 11,947[1]
New Mexico 2,521 84 1,823 1,2054051,510 24,617[1] [2]
Nebraska 2,421 50 2,349 1,2712620,112 10,559[1] [2]
Oregon 2,177 86 2,091 5332145,492 11,145[1] [2]
South Dakota 2,040 10 840 2,3601214,824 17,152[1]
Idaho 1,870 54 949 1,1083219,361 11,471[1] [2]
New Hampshire 1,720 53 1,117 1,2803917,727 13,193[1]
West Virginia 1,010 32 753 5521732,419 17,724[1]
Maine 965 47 419 7243517,721 13,296[1] [2]
Vermont 827 44 783 1,3237014,310 22,897[1]
North Dakota 748 15 448 9942017,449 23,197[1]
Hawaii 601 13 125 423928,272 19,881[1] [2]
Wyoming 473 7 145 813127,623 13,102[1] [2]
Montana 444 14 105 4261312,127 11,641[1] [2] [3]
Alaska 339 9 121 4591211,942 16,170[1]
Guam 141 5 10 605[1]
Northern Mariana Islands 14 2 1 45[1] [2]
Puerto Rico 1,276 77 808 3772311,6333,435[1] [2] [3]
United States Virgin Islands 54 3 1 731[1] [2]
Veteran Affairs 6,528 400 6,128 83,372[1] [2]
US Military 6,213 26 4,240 [1]
Navajo Nation 1,360 52 1,308 [1]
Federal Prisons 977 24 598 [1]
Grand Princess Ship 103 3 100 [1]
Wuhan Repatriated 3 3 3
Diamond Princess Ship 46 46 46
Total:925,758+52652,217+24763,1092,7971585,037,47315,219
 

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After weeks of shutdown, the nation is beginning to slowly, cautiously re-emerge.

The first beaches and state parks have opened back up, beacons of open space and fresh air. A few barbers have returned to work, clippers in hand, masks over their faces. Even some restaurants are getting ready to serve customers again — at tables spread far apart.

Like the decisions to shut down and order residents to stay at home, the plans to reopen have come state by state or region by region. They have brought sighs of relief in some corners but kindled fears of a resurgence in others.

Here is a look at which states are reopening, and how soon.



Reopening

The first businesses were allowed to reopen in some states, including retail stores in South Carolina and salons, barbershops and tattoo parlors in Georgia. Even as some states begin to reopen, orders may remain in place by city or county, creating a patchwork of restrictions.



Alaska

Stay at home in effect since March 28


Gov. Mike Dunleavy, a Republican, eased restrictions on restaurants, retail stores and nonessential businesses, including hair and nail salons, which were allowed to begin reopening starting April 24. The restart, among the first in the nation, came with strict requirements. For example, restaurants can take reservations only — not walk-ins — and can seat up to 25 percent capacity.

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Colorado

Stay at home expired on April 26


As the state’s stay-at-home order expired, Gov. Jared Polis asked Colorado to transition to a “safer at home” approach. In the new phase, retail businesses are allowed to open for curbside pickup and real estate showings can resume. On May 1, personal care businesses, like hair salons, will be able to reopen with precautions. But Mr. Polis, a Democrat, said he still expected people to maintain 60 to 65 percent physical distancing. “We still have work to do,” he said. “We are not through the woods yet.”

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Georgia

Shelter in place set to expire April 30


Gov. Brian Kemp went toe-to-toe with the White House and local mayors over his decision to reopen large parts of Georgia’s economy. Mr. Kemp’s plan allowed gyms, hair and nail salons, bowling alleys and tattoo parlors to reopen on April 24. Starting April 27, restaurants are allowed to resume limited dine-in service, and movie theaters and other entertainment venues will also be allowed to reopen. But Mr. Kemp, a Republican, laid out certain requirements — including screening workers for fevers — and said it would not be “business as usual.”

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Minnesota

Stay at home set to expire May 3


Though the stay-at-home order is in effect into May, Gov. Tim Walz, a Democrat, will allow employees in certain agriculture, industrial and office settings to return to work starting April 27. The move will allow as many as 100,000 residents to return to work, his office said.

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Mississippi

Shelter in place expired on April 27


Some retail stores began reopening at half-capacity in Mississippi, after the stay-at-home order expired on April 27. Gov. Tate Reeves, a Republican, lifted restrictions on certain businesses, but others, including gyms, spas and pet groomers, remained closed.

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Montana

Stay at home expired on April 26


Plans are underway to reopen Montana in phases, beginning with houses of worship on April 26 and retail stores on April 27. Restaurants and bars are expected to reopen in some form beginning May 4. “Our new normal is going to look different,” Gov. Steve Bullock, a Democrat, said. “This virus isn’t gone from Montana.”

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Oklahoma

No stay-at-home order statewide, but other restrictions in place


Oklahoma was among a handful of states where governors did not issue formal stay-at-home orders. Gov. Kevin Stitt, a Republican, lifted restrictions on businesses starting with salons, barbers and pet groomers on April 24. Restaurant dining, movie theaters, gyms, houses of worship and sporting venues are expected to reopen statewide — with certain restrictions — starting May 1.

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South Carolina

Stay at home in effect since April 7


Gov. Henry McMaster, a Republican, was among the last to issue a stay-at-home order and was also among the first to begin opening up his state, starting April 20. The reopening began with retail stores, which are under instructions to operate at 20 percent capacity.

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Tennessee

Stay at home set to expire April 30


Though the state’s stay-at-home order is in effect through April 30, Gov. Bill Lee, a Republican, announced plans for restaurants to reopen starting April 27, with retail stores to follow. Newly reopened businesses will be under instructions to operate at 50-percent capacity.

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Expiring soon

Several states have stay-at-home orders that are scheduled to lift by the end of April. Governors could choose to let them expire, or to extend them. In some states, it’s also possible that stay-at-home orders will lift separately from restrictions for restaurants and other businesses.



Alabama

Stay at home set to expire April 30


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Arizona

Stay at home set to expire April 30


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Florida

Stay at home set to expire April 30




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Idaho

Stay at home set to expire April 30


Gov. Brad Little, a Republican, outlined a detailed, tentative plan for reopening that would come in four stages. The first phase would begin with houses of worship in early May. The approach would ramp up reopening with restaurants, gyms and salons later that month. But some recreational venues — like nightclubs and movie theaters — are expected to remain closed until at least late June.

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Maine

Stay at home set to expire April 30


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Nevada

Stay at home set to expire April 30


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Texas

Stay at home set to expire April 30


Gov. Greg Abbott said he would allow his stay-at-home order to lapse on April 30, a move that would give Texas one of the shortest such orders in the country. Mr. Abbott, a Republican, said that Texas was not as hard-hit as other states, had expanded testing, stocked up on protective equipment equipment and had the third-most coronavirus recoveries in the country. As part of reopening, all retail stores, restaurants, movie theaters and malls can reopen on May 1, with limited capacity.

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Shut down or restricted

Other states, notably New York, California and Illinois, remain on lockdown, with shutdown orders firmly in place. A handful of states never issued formal stay-at-home orders but did place restrictions on restaurants, bars and public life that remain in place.



Arkansas

No stay-at-home order statewide, but other restrictions in place


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California

Stay at home in effect since March 19


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Connecticut

Stay at home in effect since March 23


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Delaware

Shelter in place in effect since March 24


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District of Columbia

Stay at home in effect since April 1


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Hawaii

Stay at home in effect since March 25


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Illinois

Stay at home in effect since March 21


The stay-at-home order in Illinois is shaping up to be one of the lengthiest in the country after Gov. J.B. Pritzker announced plans to extend the order through the end of May. But Mr. Pritzker, a Democrat, also loosened restrictions on certain outdoor activities. Starting May 1, state parks will begin to reopen, and golfing will be allowed under strict social distancing rules.

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Indiana

Stay at home in effect since March 24


Gov. Eric Holcomb, a Republican, extended the state’s stay-at-home order until May 1, but he loosened restrictions on certain businesses, such as greenhouses, plant nurseries and pet groomers. Restrictions on routine medical procedures are scheduled to lift on April 27.

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Iowa

No stay-at-home order statewide, but other restrictions in place


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Kansas

Stay at home in effect since March 30


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Kentucky

Healthy at home in effect since March 26


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Louisiana

Stay at home in effect since March 23


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Maryland

Stay at home in effect since March 30


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Massachusetts

Stay at home advisory in effect since March 24


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Michigan

Stay at home in effect since March 24


Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, a Democrat, extended Michigan’s stay-at-home order until May 15, but she lifted some restrictions, including on landscaping, nurseries and bicycle repair businesses. Retail stores are allowed to reopen for curbside pick-up and delivery.

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Missouri

Stay at home in effect since April 6


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Nebraska

No stay-at-home order statewide, but other restrictions in place


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New Hampshire

Stay at home in effect since March 27


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New Jersey

Stay at home in effect since March 21


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New Mexico

Stay at home in effect since March 24


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New York

Stay at home in effect since March 22


Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, a Democrat who has become a national player in the handling of the coronavirus outbreak, laid out a broad outline for a gradual restart in New York allowing some “low-risk” businesses upstate to reopen as soon as mid-May. He did not speculate about when restrictions would be eased in New York City and its surrounding suburbs, which have been hardest hit by the virus.

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North Carolina

Stay at home in effect since March 30


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North Dakota

No stay-at-home order statewide, but other restrictions in place


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Ohio

Stay at home in effect since March 23


Gov. Mike DeWine announced a cautious reopening plan that included resuming health care appointments on May 1, and the reopening of retail stores starting May 12. But Mr. DeWine, a Republican whose approach has been among the most aggressive, said that other businesses — including restaurants and salons — would have to wait. “We are not quite there yet,” he said.

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Oregon

Stay at home in effect since March 23


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Pennsylvania

Stay at home in effect since April 1


Gov. Tom Wolf, a Democrat who took a county-by-county approach to restrictions before issuing a statewide stay-at-home order, has said he will take a similar approach to reopening. His plan for reopening will be color-coded and come in phases — red, yellow and green — starting with the northwestern and central parts of the state.

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Rhode Island

Stay at home in effect since March 28


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South Dakota

No stay-at-home order statewide, but other restrictions in place


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Utah

No stay-at-home order statewide, but other restrictions in place


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Vermont

Stay at home in effect since March 25


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Virginia

Stay at home in effect since March 30


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Washington

Stay at home in effect since March 23


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West Virginia

Stay at home in effect since March 24


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Wisconsin

Stay at home in effect since March 25


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Wyoming

No stay-at-home order statewide, but other restrictions in place


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Last updated: May 02, 2020, 06:13 GMT


United States

Coronavirus Cases:

1,131,452

Deaths:
65,776

Recovered:
161,563



Closed Cases
227,339
Cases which had an outcome:
161,563 (71%)
Recovered / Discharged
65,776 (29%)
Deaths
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USA
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Total
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New
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Cases
Tot Cases/
1M pop
Deaths/
1M pop
Total
Tests
Tests/
1M pop
Source
USA Total1,131,452+42265,776+23904,1133,4181996,699,87820,241
New York 315,222 24,069 240,586 16,0681,227927,438 47,274[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11]
New Jersey 121,190 7,538 112,381 13,645849255,214 28,734[1] [2] [3]
Massachusetts 64,311 3,716 52,477 9,416544289,636 42,405[1] [2]
Illinois 56,055 2,457 52,992 4,372192284,688 22,204[1] [2] [3] [4]
California 52,197 +422 2,134 +23 46,726 1,33355654,985 16,731[1] [2] [3] [4] [5]
Pennsylvania 49,642 2,651 46,154 3,881207227,448 17,782[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8]
Michigan 42,356 3,866 30,148 4,254388195,645 19,648[1] [2] [3]
Florida 34,728 1,314 32,728 1,68664404,467 19,636[1] [2]
Texas 29,893 849 16,537 1,07230351,775 12,615[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11]
Connecticut 28,764 2,339 26,360 8,031653100,257 27,993[1] [2]
Louisiana 28,711 1,970 9,438 6,156422168,251 36,077[1] [2]
Georgia 27,496 1,166 26,299 2,670113168,367 16,350[1]
Maryland 23,472 1,192 20,763 3,910199120,983 20,152[1]
Ohio 18,743 1,002 17,621 1,61086140,506 12,069[1] [2] [3]
Indiana 18,630 1,175 17,441 2,80717799,639 15,012[1] [2]
Virginia 16,901 581 14,124 2,00969105,648 12,557[1] [2]
Colorado 15,768 820 14,389 2,85114875,259 13,606[1]
Washington 15,161 832 12,478 2,078114193,981 26,593[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14]
Tennessee 11,891 204 6,141 1,78831186,132 27,985[1] [2] [3]
North Carolina 11,071 419 8,844 1,09041133,832 13,178[1] [2] [3] [4]
Rhode Island 8,962 279 8,341 8,48226466,648 63,077[1]
Missouri 8,018 358 5,742 1,3175982,152 13,490[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7]
Arizona 7,962 330 7,562 1,1464874,879 10,779[1]
Iowa 7,884 170 4,815 2,5175445,593 14,555[1] [2]
Wisconsin 7,314 327 3,777 1,2665779,880 13,824[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]
Alabama 7,294 289 6,985 1,4995994,406 19,406[1]
Mississippi 7,212 281 3,518 2,4139471,548 23,939[1] [2]
South Carolina 6,258 256 1,121 1,2635259,379 11,981[1] [2]
Minnesota 5,730 371 3,077 1,0376774,829 13,538[1] [2]
Nevada 5,227 254 2,068 1,7888753,984 18,470[1] [2]
Delaware 4,918 159 3,356 5,18016722,585 23,786[1]
Kentucky 4,879 248 3,509 1,0995657,648 12,983[1]
Nebraska 4,838 73 4,743 2,5403829,557 15,517[1] [2]
Utah 4,828 46 2,843 1,58515112,558 36,961[1]
District Of Columbia 4,658 231 3,761 6,80533721,135 30,877[1]
 

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Kansas 4,536 138 3,597 1,5594733,034 11,357[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7]
Oklahoma 3,748 230 1,117 9575963,552 16,220[1] [2]
New Mexico 3,513 131 2,622 1,6796371,118 33,988[1] [2]
Arkansas 3,321 64 1,272 1,1102150,305 16,821[1]
Oregon 2,579 104 1,615 6322558,176 14,252[1] [2]
South Dakota 2,525 21 818 2,9212417,363 20,089[1]
New Hampshire 2,310 81 1,249 1,7196024,349 18,122[1]
Idaho 2,035 63 885 1,2063729,335 17,381[1] [2]
West Virginia 1,151 47 623 6292647,062 25,730[1]
Maine 1,123 55 411 8434120,641 15,487 [1] [2]
North Dakota 1,107 23 602 1,4723129,525 39,251[1]
Vermont 879 50 829 1,4068016,233 25,974[1]
Hawaii 619 16 71 4351132,432 22,807[1] [2]
Wyoming 566 7 188 973129,306 15,994[1] [2]
Montana 453 16 40 4351514,203 13,634[1] [2] [3]
Alaska 364 9 101 4931220,325 27,521[1]
Guam 146 5 10 605[1]
Northern Mariana Islands 14 2 0 45[1] [2]
Puerto Rico 1,575 94 1,090 4652813,0223,845[1] [2] [3]
United States Virgin Islands 66 4 11 872[1] [2]
Veteran Affairs 9,015 513 8,502 107,178[1] [2]
US Military 7,145 27 4,793 [1] [2]
Federal Prisons 2,185 36 1,603 [1]
Navajo Nation 2,141 71 2,070 10,216[1]
Grand Princess Ship 103 3 100 [1]
Wuhan Repatriated 3 3 3
Diamond Princess Ship 46 46 46
Total:1,131,452+42265,776+23904,1133,4181996,699,87820,241
 

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United States

Coronavirus Cases:

1,408,636

Deaths:
83,425

Recovered:
296,746

Projections



Closed Cases
380,171
Cases which had an outcome:
296,746 (78%)
Recovered / Discharged
83,425 (22%)
Deaths
 

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mber in the table below.


Search:


USA
State
Total
Cases
New
Cases
Total
Deaths
New
Deaths
Active
Cases
Tot Cases/
1M pop
Deaths/
1M pop
Total
Tests
Tests/
1M pop
SourceProjections
Wyoming 675 7 217 1,1661215,059 26,019[1] [2] [projections]
Wisconsin 10,611 418 5,179 1,82272123,359 21,187[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [projections]
West Virginia 1,378 58 507 7693265,708 36,664[1] [projections]
Washington 18,064 964 13,098 2,372127252,108 33,107[view by county] [1] [projections]
Virginia 25,800 891 21,785 3,023104172,438 20,202[1] [2] [projections]
Vermont 927 53 87 1,4868521,262 34,074[1] [projections]
Utah 6,432 73 3,092 2,00623153,485 47,875[1] [projections]
USA Total1,408,63683,4251,021,2434,2562529,935,72030,017
Texas 41,866 1,179 16,436 1,44441538,172 18,560[view by county] [1] [projections]
Tennessee 16,111 265 7,510 2,35939283,924 41,575[1] [2] [3] [projections]
South Dakota 3,663 39 1,315 4,1414425,197 28,482[1] [projections]
South Carolina 7,927 355 2,691 1,5406993,140 18,090[1] [2] [projections]
Rhode Island 11,614 444 10,440 10,96341995,239 89,902[1] [projections]
Pennsylvania 61,425 3,918 51,143 4,798306305,384 23,854[view by county] [1] [projections]
Oregon 3,358 130 2,103 7963179,595 18,871[1] [2] [projections]
Oklahoma 4,732 278 1,031 1,1967096,111 24,289[1] [2] [projections]
Ohio 25,264 1,438 19,658 2,161123217,731 18,627[view by county] [1] [2] [3] [projections]
North Dakota 1,571 38 656 2,0625047,832 62,767[1] [projections]
North Carolina 15,623 600 5,908 1,49057202,244 19,283[1] [2] [3] [4] [projections]
New York 348,655 27,175 262,750 17,9221,3971,225,113 62,976[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [projections]
New Mexico 5,212 219 3,559 2,486104106,721 50,896[1] [2] [projections]
New Jersey 142,079 9,541 129,310 15,9961,074433,060 48,756[view by county] [1] [projections]
New Hampshire 3,239 142 1,863 2,38210437,216 27,371[1] [projections]
Nevada 6,311 321 1,793 2,04910476,914 24,971[1] [2] [projections]
Nebraska 8,692 103 8,567 4,4935349,799 25,744[1] [2] [projections]
Montana 461 16 20 4311523,035 21,553[1] [2] [3] [projections]
Missouri 10,232 531 7,047 1,66787121,296 19,763[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [projections]
Mississippi 9,908 457 5,030 3,32915497,692 32,825[1] [2] [projections]
Minnesota 12,494 614 3,657 2,215109120,834 21,426[1] [2] [projections]
Michigan 48,021 4,674 20,661 4,808468317,282 31,770[1] [2] [3] [projections]
Massachusetts 79,332 5,141 52,043 11,510746401,496 58,251[1] [2] [projections]
Maryland 34,061 1,756 29,911 5,634290169,503 28,037[1] [projections]
Maine 1,477 65 499 1,0994823,500 17,482[1] [2] [projections]
Louisiana 32,050 2,347 7,095 6,894505235,334 50,623[view by county] [1] [projections]
Kentucky 6,853 321 3,986 1,53472110,609 24,758[1] [projections]
 
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