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

Total Cases: 185,270
of which 3981 in severe condition
Deaths: 3,780
Deaths/ Total Cases: (2%)
Recovered: 6,347
Recovered/ Total Cases: (3%)

Total Cases / 1 Million Population: 560.7


(On average, every million people will have 560.7 people infected with the COVID-19)


The current population of USA is 330.43 Million

# USA State Total Cases Total Deaths Active Cases
1 New York 75,795 1,550 69,270
2 New Jersey 18,696 267 18,429
3 Michigan 7,615 259 7,351
4 California 7,453 149 7,244
5 Massachusetts 6,620 89 6,521
6 Florida 6,338 77 6,261
7 Illinois 5,994 99 5,893
8 Washington 5,250 210 4,550
9 Louisiana 5,237 239 4,998
10 Pennsylvania 4,843 63 4,780
11 Georgia 3,817 108 3,709
12 Texas 3,322 49 3,166
13 Connecticut 3,128 69 3,059
14 Colorado 2,627 51 2,576
15 Tennessee 2,389 23 2,245
16 Ohio 2,199 55 2,144
17 Indiana 2,159 49 2,110
18 Maryland 1,660 18 1,589
19 North Carolina 1,498 8 1,485
20 Wisconsin 1,351 25 1,324
21 Missouri 1,327 14 1,311
22 Arizona 1,289 24 1,262
23 Virginia 1,250 27 1,221
24 Nevada 1,113 18 1,095
25 South Carolina 1,083 22 1,061
26 Alabama 974 13 961
27 Mississippi 937 20 917
28 Utah 887 5 882
29 Oregon 690 18 672
30 Minnesota 629 12 483
31 Kentucky 591 17 510
32 Oklahoma 565 23 541
33 Arkansas 523 8 480
34 Iowa 497 7 472
35 District Of Columbia 495 9 435
36 Rhode Island 488 8 480
37 Idaho 476 9 467
38 Kansas 428 9 419
39 Delaware 319 10 287
40 New Hampshire 314 3 311
41 Maine 303 5 230
42 Vermont 293 13 280
43 New Mexico 281 4 277
44 Puerto Rico 239 8 227
45 Hawaii 204 204
46 Montana 185 4 181
47 Nebraska 153 3 150
48 West Virginia 145 1 144
49 North Dakota 122 3 94
50 Alaska 119 3 116
51 Wyoming 109 83
52 South Dakota 101 1 66
53 Guam 69 2 60
54 United States Virgin Islands 30 9
55 Wuhan Repatriated 3 3

ACTIVE CASES

175,143 Currently Infected Patients
171,162 (98%) in Mild Condition
3,981 (2%) Serious or Critical

CLOSED CASES

10,127 Cases which had an outcome
6,347 (63%) Recovered / Discharged
3,780 (37%) Deaths

Latest Updates


March 31 (GMT)

March 30 (GMT)

Due to delayed and incomplete reporting from New York State, we had to make adjustments to yesterday's totals in order to maintain the correct attribution of historical figures. US figures for Sunday, March 29 could still be incomplete.

March 29 (GMT)

  • 19913 new cases and 363 new deaths in the United States

    Among the deaths: a 42-year-old woman in Arkansas with no pre-existing health condition (and who had never been hospitalized before, according to her sister) who felt "a little sick" on March 15 and thought it to be a cold or a sinus infection. After developing shortness of breath and cough that wouldn't go away, she was admitted to the hospital on March 24 and tested positive to Covid-19. She was put on a ventilator in ICU and, after 4 days (on Saturday, March 28), she died. [source]

West Virginia had retracted its report of 1 death in the state. We have updated our data accordingly [source]

March 28 (GMT)

  • 19452 new cases and 525 new deaths in the United States
    New York Governor Cuomo Daily Briefing:

    • Everything we do now (procure ventilators etc) is in preparation for possible apex (when curve hits the highest point)
    • Apex in New York is estimated in 14-21 days from now
    • We'll keep COVID-19 patients separated from the other patients in hospitals
    • We can now test for antibodies to determine whether a person had COVID-19. This is a blood test
    • 172 new ICU admission in the last day, vs. 374  in the preceding day, may indicate a decline in the growth rate
    • 155,934 people tested in New York State
    • We need a faster testing process. Can't wait 5 days as it is now. Other countries now also have home tests. We should do the same

March 27 (GMT)

  • alert 18691 new cases and 400 new deaths in the United States

    NEW YORK (from New York Governor Cuomo daily briefing):

    • Apex of hospital need could be in 21 days from now in New York
    • All hospitals need to increase capacity by 50%, some by 100%
    • Need a total of 140,000 hospital beds. Currently have 53,000 (an additional 87,000 hospital beds are needed)
    • Need a total of 40,000 ICU beds. Currently have 3,000, with 3,000 ventilators. An additional 37,000 ICU beds are needed
    • Will use college dormitories, hotels, nursing homes, and all possible space by converting it to hospitals if needed in April
    • 138,376 people have been tested
    • Schools will stay closed for an additional 2 weeks after April 1, to then reassess the situation and extend again if needed. 180 days requirement has been waived
    • "This is not going to be a short deployment [...] This is going to be weeks, and weeks, and weeks [...] This is a rescue mission you are on, to save lives. [...] You are living a moment in history that will change and forge character"

March 26 (GMT)

  • 17224 new cases and 268 new deaths in the United States
    (1 previously reported Covid-19 death in Hawaii has been retracted)

    New York State Gov. Cuomo press briefing
    :

    - COVID-19 patients average time on ventilator: 11 - 21 days (vs. 3 - 4 days for non-COVID-19 patients). "We have patients that have been 20 days 30 days on a ventilator. The longer you are on a ventilator, the more likely you are not going get off a ventilator"

    -  New York is testing more per capita than South Korea

March 25 (GMT)