country flag USA USA Covid-19 Cases and Deaths Statistics (Update)

All data update for UTC+7.


Total Cases: 33,715,951
of which 7971 in severe condition
Deaths: 600,147
Deaths/ Total Cases: (2%)
Recovered: 27,136,020
Recovered/ Total Cases: (80%)

Daily New Cases in USA

Daily New Deaths in USA

COVID-19 Map in USA

Active Cases, Recovered and Deaths in USA


# USA State Total Cases Total Deaths Total Recovered Active Cases Tot Cases
/1M pop
Deaths
/1M pop
Total
Tests
Tests
/1M pop
1 California 3,768,962 62,687 2,011,220 1,695,055 95,387 1,587 63,170,722 1,598,764
2 Texas 2,934,420 51,173 2,801,348 81,899 101,201 1,765 29,439,927 1,015,314
3 Florida 2,292,004 36,085 1,885,260 370,659 106,715 1,680 28,493,615 1,326,658
4 New York 2,135,227 53,235 1,607,512 474,480 109,760 2,737 53,963,868 2,773,984
5 Illinois 1,366,268 24,795 1,258,055 83,418 107,819 1,957 23,813,589 1,879,255
6 Pennsylvania 1,190,577 26,929 1,090,321 73,327 92,999 2,104 13,607,610 1,062,929
7 Georgia 1,115,601 20,506 965,532 129,563 105,073 1,931 9,109,214 857,950
8 Ohio 1,090,894 19,528 1,045,608 25,758 93,326 1,671 12,862,317 1,100,368
9 New Jersey 1,010,759 25,961 834,562 150,236 113,796 2,923 14,009,521 1,577,260
10 North Carolina 989,338 12,862 950,929 25,547 94,330 1,226 12,846,681 1,224,883
11 Michigan 976,339 19,790 755,119 201,430 97,762 1,982 13,981,958 1,400,036
12 Arizona 872,978 17,466 836,302 19,210 119,936 2,400 4,837,703 664,637
13 Tennessee 857,055 12,312 836,615 8,128 125,499 1,803 7,816,182 1,144,528
14 Indiana 735,462 13,480 698,498 23,484 109,245 2,002 10,184,473 1,512,796
15 Massachusetts 702,039 17,753 670,140 14,146 101,855 2,576 22,364,388 3,244,741
16 Virginia 670,184 11,018 55,554 603,612 78,517 1,291 9,532,549 1,116,810
17 Wisconsin 606,158 6,958 591,262 7,938 104,107 1,195 3,511,714 603,135
18 Minnesota 594,427 7,374 578,338 8,715 105,402 1,308 9,677,017 1,715,895
19 Missouri 593,251 9,514 533,711 50,026 96,661 1,550 7,159,191 1,166,481
20 South Carolina 588,593 9,653 527,831 51,109 114,318 1,875 7,689,485 1,493,477
21 Alabama 540,083 11,038 509,800 19,245 110,149 2,251 2,711,234 552,954
22 Colorado 531,700 6,562 408,410 116,728 92,329 1,139 2,996,971 520,422
23 Louisiana 464,833 10,478 99,990 2,254 7,220,790 1,553,261
24 Maryland 456,004 8,929 10,497 436,578 75,426 1,477 10,107,961 1,671,931
25 Kentucky 452,537 6,656 52,215 393,666 101,291 1,490 6,449,399 1,443,570
26 Oklahoma 450,847 6,878 442,446 1,523 113,937 1,738 4,040,035 1,020,992
27 Washington 424,930 5,684 205,072 214,174 55,802 746 6,790,663 891,761
28 Utah 402,567 2,258 392,869 7,440 125,568 704 4,812,730 1,501,183
29 Iowa 399,491 6,006 354,760 38,725 126,619 1,904 4,953,126 1,569,894
30 Connecticut 344,977 8,173 313,449 23,355 96,760 2,292 8,991,905 2,522,070
31 Arkansas 338,782 5,794 330,874 2,114 112,261 1,920 3,611,491 1,196,728
32 Nevada 320,539 5,530 296,848 18,161 104,066 1,795 3,295,990 1,070,072
33 Mississippi 314,710 7,254 303,371 4,085 105,744 2,437 2,741,251 921,073
34 Kansas 311,705 5,051 300,173 6,481 106,993 1,734 1,395,933 479,156
35 US Military 292,704 350 279,349 13,005
36 Puerto Rico 259,565 2,435 117,957 139,173 76,637 719 464,073 137,018
37 Veteran Affairs 258,846 11,998 244,005 2,843 3,546,984
38 Nebraska 222,335 2,257 114,937 1,167 1,050,613 543,119
39 New Mexico 200,650 4,113 185,779 10,758 95,692 1,962 3,388,531 1,616,026
40 Oregon 195,684 2,587 163,026 30,071 46,395 613 4,901,179 1,162,040
41 Idaho 189,908 2,069 109,527 78,312 106,268 1,158 1,311,639 733,963
42 West Virginia 158,468 2,761 149,271 6,436 88,424 1,541 2,838,761 1,584,000
43 Rhode Island 150,385 2,700 9,120 138,565 141,958 2,549 4,180,996 3,946,715
44 South Dakota 123,645 1,991 120,763 891 139,766 2,251 473,709 535,471
45 Montana 110,685 1,598 108,051 1,036 103,562 1,495 1,343,299 1,256,855
46 North Dakota 109,104 1,504 106,880 720 143,169 1,974 435,933 572,044
47 Delaware 107,007 1,651 99,507 5,849 109,890 1,695 710,221 729,356
48 New Hampshire 97,676 1,332 95,070 1,274 71,836 980 2,269,559 1,669,148
49 Alaska 66,683 347 58,309 8,027 91,154 474 2,193,175 2,998,004
50 Maine 65,715 802 48,887 597 2,548,629 1,896,002
51 Wyoming 59,079 712 57,846 521 102,079 1,230 742,737 1,283,327
52 Federal Prisons 54,966 239 53,035 1,692 113,328
53 District Of Columbia 48,545 1,120 34,376 13,049 68,785 1,587 1,583,748 2,244,067
54 Hawaii 33,761 492 23,845 347 1,538,677 1,086,735
55 Navajo Nation 30,708 1,292 29,329 87 270,159
56 Vermont 23,883 252 22,080 1,551 38,275 404 1,663,619 2,666,103
57 Guam 8,091 139 7,851 101 160,461
58 United States Virgin Islands 3,270 27 3,180 63 109,039
59 Northern Mariana Islands 172 2 26,131
60 Grand Princess Ship 122 7 115
61 Wuhan Repatriated 3 3 3

ACTIVE CASES IN USA

5,979,784 Currently Infected Patients
5,971,813 (100%) in Mild Condition
7,971 (0%) Serious or Critical

CLOSED CASES IN USA

27,736,167 Cases which had an outcome
27,136,020 (98%) Recovered / Discharged
600,147 (2%) Deaths

First 20 cases in the United States

Information collected on the first 20 domestic cases (not including repatriated cases and Diamond Princess cruise ship evacuee cases) is presented in the table below:

State Cases Sex Age Date Case # Location Source
Oregon 1     Feb. 29 17th Washington C.  
Washington 2     Feb. 29 18,19th    
1 M 30s Jan. 21 1st Snohomish [7]
Illinois
1     Mar. 1 20th    
1 M 60s Jan. 30 6th Chicago [12]
1 F 60s Jan. 24 2nd Chicago [8]
California
2 unkn. unkn. Jan. 26 3rd,4th Orange C., L.A. [9]
1 M adult Jan. 31 7th Santa Clara C. [17][18]
1 F unkn. Feb. 2 9th Santa Clara C.  
1 M 57 Feb. 2 10th San Benito C.  
1 F 57 Feb. 2 11th San Benito C.  
1   65 Feb. 28 16th Santa Clara C.  
1     Feb. 21 13th Humboldt C.  
1     Feb. 21 14th Sacramento C.  
1     Feb. 26 15th [Northern California]  
             
Massachusetts
1 M 20s Feb. 1 8th Boston[16] [16]
Arizona
1 unkn. student Jan. 26 5th Maricopa County  
Wisconsin 1     Feb. 5 12th Madison  

Patients Under Investigation (PUI) in the United States

CDC in the early stages released information regarding the number of cases and people under investigation that was updated regularly on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Below we provide the historical reports that we were able to gather in order to track the progression in the number of suspected cases and US states involved through time in the initial stages

As of Feb. 10:

Number of U.S. States with PUI
36
Positive
12
Negative
318
Pending
(specimens awaiting testing)
68
TOTAL
398

As of Feb. 7:

Number of U.S. States with PUI
36
Positive
12
Negative
225
Pending
(specimens awaiting testing)
100
TOTAL
337

As of Feb. 5:

Number of U.S. States with PUI
36
Positive
11
Negative
206
Pending
(specimens awaiting testing)
76
TOTAL
293

As of Feb. 3:

Number of U.S. States with PUI
36
Positive
11
Negative
167
Pending
(specimens awaiting testing)
82
TOTAL
260

As of January 31:

Number of U.S. States with PUI
36
Positive
6
Negative
114
Pending
(specimens awaiting testing)
121
TOTAL
241

Previously, as of January 29, there were 92 suspected cases awaiting testing.

Number of U.S. States with PUI
36
Positive
5
Negative
68
Pending
(specimens awaiting testing)
92
TOTAL
165

Timeline of Events

  • On January 31, HHS declared Coronavirus a Public Health Emergency in the US
    As of Jan. 31, the Wuhan coronavirus is officially a public health emergency in the United States, Alex Azar, secretary of the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), announced at a White House press briefing.
  • On Jan. 31, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued a federal quarantine for 14 days affecting the 195 American evacuees from Wuhan, China. Starting Sunday, Feb. 2, U.S. citizens, permanent residents and immediate family who have visited China's Hubei province will undergo a mandatory 14 days quarantine and, if they have visited other parts of China, they would be screened at airports and asked to self-quarantine for 14 days. The last time the CDC had issued a quarantine was over 50 years ago in the 1960s, for smallpox.
  • President Donald Trump signed an order on Jan. 31 for the U.S. to deny entry to foreign nationals who traveled to China within the preceding two weeks, aside from the immediate family of U.S. citizens.
  • On Jan. 30, the CDC had confirmed the first case of person to person transmission in the U.S.: [12] the husband of the Chicago, Illinois case who had returned from Wuhan, China on Jan. 13 and who tested positive for the virus on Jan. 24).
  • CDC stated on Jan. 30 that "It is likely there will be more cases of 2019-nCoV reported in the U.S. in the coming days and weeks, including more person-to-person spread."[12]
  • The virus had been confirmed in 5 states.
  • On Jan. 31, New York City health officials vehemently denied the rumor regarding a coronavirus case in the city .[13]. On Feb. 1, however, the city's health commissioner did report that there was a test being performed on a person under 40 who had returned from China, developed matching symptoms, and tested negative to the seasonal flu.
  • Most US patients had recently visited Wuhan.
  • All of the first five U.S. cases were described as mild.
  • A study on the first US case of novel coronavirus detailed mild symptoms followed by pneumonia

U.S. Airlines suspended ALL flights between the U.S. and China

On Friday, January 31, Delta, American and United announced they would temporarily suspend all of their mainland China flights in response to the coronavirus outbreak.[14]

Prior to this January 31 announcement:

  • UNITED AIRLINES
    on Jan. 28 had announced it would cut 24 flights between the U.S. and China for the first week of February.
  • AMERICAN AIRLINES
    on Jan. 29 had announced it would suspend flights from Los Angeles to Shanghai and Beijing from Feb. 9 through March 27, 2020. It will maintain its flight schedules (10 daily A/R) from Dallas-Fort Worth to Shanghai and Beijing, as well as from Los Angeles and Dallas-Fort Worth to Hong Kong.
  • DELTA
    had not adjusted its schedule of direct flights from the U.S. to China. It is the only airline with direct flights to not take action so far.
The White House was considering issuing a ban on flights between the United States and China, as of late Jan. 28[11]. Italy has announced on January 31 that it was suspending all flights to and from China following the first 2 cases of coronavirus in Italy.

Travel Alert: Do Not Travel to China

  • The U.S. State Department on January 30 issued a Level 4: Do Not Travel to China Alert [4] (the highest level of alert).
  • Previously, on January 29, the advisory was set at a lower "Level 3: Reconsider Travel" advising not to travel to Hubei Province: (Level 4) and reconsider travel to the remainder of China (Level 3).
  • The CDC on Jan. 28 issued a Level 3 Warning, recommending that travelers avoid all nonessential travel to China [5].

Screening incoming passengers at 20 airports in the U.S.

On January 17, the CDC announced that 3 airports in the United States would begin screening incoming passengers from China: SFO, JFK, and LAX [6] Other 2 airports were added subsequently, and on January 28, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced that 15 additional U.S. airports (bringing the total to 20) would begin screening incoming travelers from China.

Below is the complete list of airports where screening for the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) is in place:

  • Los Angeles International (LAX)
  • San Francisco International (SFO)
  • Chicago O'Hare
  • New York JFK
  • Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International
  • Houston George Bush Intercontinental 
  • Dallas-Fort Worth International
  • San Diego International
  • Seattle-Tacoma International
  • Honolulu International
  • Anchorage Ted Stevens International
  • Minneapolis-St. Paul International
  • Detroit Metropolitan
  • Miami International
  • Washington Dulles International
  • Philadelphia International
  • Newark Liberty International
  • Boston Logan International
  • El Paso International
  • Puerto Rico's San Juan Airport

Sources for the historical account

  1. Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) situation reports - World Health Organization (WHO)
  2. 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) in the U.S -. U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
  3. Symptoms of Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) - CDC
  4. China Travel Advisory - U.S. State Department, accessed January 31, 2020.
  5. Novel Coronavirus in China - Warning - Level 3, Avoid Nonessential Travel - CDC, January 28, 2020.
  6. Public Health Screening to Begin at 3 U.S. Airports for 2019 Novel Coronavirus (“2019-nCoV”) - CDC January 17, 2020
  7. First Travel-related Case of 2019 Novel Coronavirus Detected in United States - CDC, January 21, 2020
  8. Second Travel-related Case of 2019 Novel Coronavirus Detected in United States - CDC, January 24, 2020
  9. CDC confirms additional cases of 2019 Novel Coronavirus in United States - CDC, January 26, 2020
  10. 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) in the U.S. - CDC, Updated January 29, 2020
  11. White House considers ban on flights to China amid coronavirus outbreak - USA Today, Jan. 28, 2020
  12. CDC Confirms Person-to-Person Spread of New Coronavirus in the United States - CDC Press Release, Jan. 30, 2020
  13. NYC Officials Deny Report Of Coronavirus Amid Confusion - Forbes, Jan. 31, 2020
  14. Delta, American, United to suspend all China mainland flights as coronavirus crisis grows - USA Today, Jan. 31, 2020
  15. Secretary Azar Declares Public Health Emergency for United States for 2019 Novel Coronavirus - U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Jan. 31, 2020
  16. Man returning from Wuhan, China is first case of 2019 Novel Coronavirus confirmed in Massachusetts - Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Feb. 1, 2020
  17. County of Santa Clara Public Health Department Reports First Case of Novel (new) Coronavirus - Santa Clara County Public Health, Jan. 31, 2020
  18. Coronavirus: First case confirmed in Santa Clara County - Mercury News, Jan. 31. 2020