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Covid-19 (novel coronavirus)

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). The disease has spread globally since 2019, resulting in the 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic. (more on Wikipedia)

Total number of confirmed cases in the United States: 431,686

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# State Confirmed Recovered Active Deaths
1. New York 151,069 0 0 6,268
2. New Jersey 47,437 0 0 1,504
3. Michigan 20,346 0 0 959
4. California 18,752 0 0 495
5. Louisiana 17,030 0 0 652
6. Massachusetts 16,790 0 0 433
7. Pennsylvania 16,631 0 0 318
8. Florida 15,698 0 0 323
9. Illinois 15,078 0 0 462
10. Georgia 10,222 0 0 362
11. Texas 10,065 0 0 193
12. Washington 9,277 0 0 432
13. Connecticut 8,781 0 0 335
14. Indiana 5,943 0 0 203
15. Colorado 5,655 0 0 193
16. Maryland 5,529 0 0 124
17. Ohio 5,148 0 0 193
18. Tennessee 4,363 0 0 80
19. Virginia 3,645 0 0 75
20. North Carolina 3,568 0 0 66
21. Missouri 3,393 0 0 93
22. Arizona 3,036 0 0 80
23. Wisconsin 2,812 0 0 103
24. Alabama 2,499 0 0 67
25. South Carolina 2,417 0 0 51
26. Nevada 2,318 0 0 72
27. Mississippi 2,003 0 0 67
28. Utah 1,855 0 0 13
29. Oklahoma 1,526 0 0 79
30. Rhode Island 1,450 0 0 35
31. D.C. 1,440 0 0 27
32. Kentucky 1,346 0 0 73
33. Oregon 1,239 0 0 37
34. Idaho 1,210 0 0 15
35. Minnesota 1,154 0 0 39
36. Iowa 1,145 0 0 27
37. Delaware 1,116 0 0 19
38. Arkansas 1,076 0 0 18
39. Kansas 1,051 0 0 34
40. New Mexico 973 0 0 16
41. New Hampshire 788 0 0 18
42. Puerto Rico 620 0 0 24
43. Vermont 605 0 0 23
44. Maine 537 0 0 14
45. Nebraska 519 0 0 12
46. West Virginia 483 0 0 4
47. Hawaii 435 0 0 5
48. South Dakota 393 0 0 6
49. Montana 332 0 0 6
50. North Dakota 251 0 0 4
51. Wyoming 230 0 0 0
52. Alaska 226 0 0 7
53. Guam 125 0 0 4
54. Virgin Islands 45 0 0 1
55. Northern Mariana Islands 11 0 0 2
Data source: Johns Hopkins University. Data for United States excluding 'Diamond Princess' and 'Grand Princess' cases. Updated around 9:00 PM, Apr 08, 2020

Coronavirus cases in USA graphs and animations

Coronavirus cases per state animation: (updated Apr 08, 2020)

Coronavirus cases per state animation per 1 mln residents: (updated Apr 08, 2020)

Heatmap of COVID-19 cases in the U.S.: (updated Mar 31, 2020)

Interactive U.S. Coronavirus map: State and County level (updated 8:36 PM, Apr 08, 2020)

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As of March 18, the top five most dense cities with population over 500,000 (New York City, San Francisco, Boston, Chicago, and Philadelphia) have 28.7% of the U.S. coronavirus cases while accounting for 4.4% of the population.

Coronavirus cases by state per 100.000 residents: April 2, 2020

Coronavirus cases by state per 100.000 residents

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases by state: March 31, 2020

Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases by state

Coronavirus (COVID-19) confirmed cases daily growth: March 20, 2020

Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases per 1 million residents by state - Linear scale

Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases per 1 million residents by state: end of the day, March 13, 2020. Linear scale, WA truncated

Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases per 1 million residents by state - Linear scale

Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases per 1 million residents by state: end of the day, March 13, 2020. Logarithmic scale

Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases per 1 million residents by state - Logarithmic scale

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ICU beds per Coronavirus (COVID-19)-vulnerable population by state (Mar 11, 2020) States that have proportionally the least available Intensive Care Unit (ICU) beds for Coronavirus-vulnerable population States that have proportionally the most available Intensive Care Unit (ICU) beds for Coronavirus-vulnerable population

Global coronavirus coverage

Confirmed COVID-19 cases per 1 million country residents: (updated Mar 23, 2020)

Coronavirus cases around the World: (updated Mar 22, 2020)

Death rate per 1 million residends in Italy (as of Mar 17, 2020)

Death rate per 1 million residends in Italy

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Google searches for "Coronavirus" by country

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Relationship between relative number of coronavirus (COVID-19) cases per state and Google search interest

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