Coronavirus USA Stats

United States
34,316,324
Confirmed
614,981
Deaths
28,381,970
Recovered
5,319,373
Active

The corona
crisis in the United States began on January 21, 2020 when the first SARS-CoV-2
infection was identified in the United States.

Prevention

Between
60,000 and 65,000 people travel annually between Wuhan and the United States,
with January being the peak season. At San Francisco International Airport, Los
Angeles International Airport and John F. Kennedy International Airport in New
York, a start was made on screening arriving travelers for symptoms of the
virus, leading up to the peak of travelers just before Chinese New Year. Due to
the increased number of infections, O’Hare International Airport in Chicago and
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport have also started screening
arriving travelers.

 Infections

The U.S.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) confirmed the first
contamination of COVID-19 in the United States on January 21, 2020, in
Washington state. The man flew from Wuhan to Seattle-Tacoma International
Airport on January 15 and reported pneumonia four days later. A second
infection was confirmed on January 24 in Chicago, Illinois. 43 persons who had
been in contact with the first man were monitored.

 

 

RegionConfirmedConfirmed (24h)DeathsDeaths (24h)Deaths (%)RecoveredRecovered (24h)Recovered (%)ActiveActive (%)
California
3,802,107063,18701.7%2,064,382054.3%1,674,53844.0%
Texas
2,978,048052,15501.8%2,869,164096.3%56,7291.9%
Florida
2,346,153037,26501.6%2,009,593085.7%299,29512.8%
New York
2,163,063053,84002.5%1,805,948083.5%303,27514.0%
Illinois
1,387,297025,46901.8%1,329,966095.9%31,8622.3%
Pennsylvania
1,213,04117327,599142.3%1,159,560095.6%25,8822.1%
Georgia
1,128,467021,15801.9%1,022,993090.7%84,3167.5%
Ohio
1,106,796020,09101.8%1,075,652097.2%11,0531.0%
New Jersey
1,019,356026,32702.6%942,490092.5%50,5395.0%
North Carolina
1,007,698013,26501.3%985,048097.8%9,3850.9%
Michigan
996,986020,77802.1%852,204085.5%124,00412.4%
Arizona
886,404017,76102.0%854,756096.4%13,8871.6%
Tennessee
865,085012,49801.4%850,068098.3%2,5190.3%
Indiana
749,097013,74501.8%722,789096.5%12,5631.7%
Massachusetts
708,836017,93902.5%688,105097.1%2,7920.4%
Virginia
677,671011,29301.7%56,78808.4%609,59090.0%
Wisconsin
676,07508,01301.2%000.0%668,06298.8%
Missouri
605,56909,84601.6%549,857090.8%45,8667.6%
Minnesota
603,7601467,59091.3%594,69133598.5%1,4790.2%
South Carolina
594,80509,77601.6%554,944093.3%30,0855.1%
Colorado
550,61806,84401.2%437,760079.5%106,01419.3%
Alabama
547,323011,26602.1%000.0%536,05797.9%
Louisiana
475,354010,64802.2%000.0%464,70697.8%
Kentucky
462,22007,15501.6%53,211011.5%401,85486.9%
Maryland
461,265829,68632.1%10,804122.3%440,77595.6%
Oklahoma
454,39407,32501.6%446,101098.2%9680.2%
Washington
446,41105,85801.3%219,522049.2%221,03149.5%
Utah
409,36402,32300.6%401,606098.1%5,4351.3%
Iowa
403,10506,09901.5%363,688090.2%33,3188.3%
Connecticut
348,35008,26102.4%334,472096.0%5,6171.6%
Arkansas
343,87305,86001.7%335,839097.7%2,1740.6%
Nevada
327,14005,62201.7%306,746093.8%14,7724.5%
Mississippi
319,11507,35302.3%309,178096.9%2,5840.8%
Kansas
315,76905,10601.6%305,502096.8%5,1611.6%
Nebraska
223,79202,25601.0%000.0%221,53699.0%
Oregon
204,86502,72901.3%180,251088.0%21,88510.7%
New Mexico
204,04404,29702.1%191,682093.9%8,0654.0%
Idaho
193,51502,11601.1%112,965058.4%78,43440.5%
West Virginia
162,93902,84901.8%156,990096.4%3,1001.9%
Rhode Island
152,21302,72201.8%9,35006.1%140,14192.1%
South Dakota
124,34302,02601.6%122,096098.2%2210.2%
Montana
112,76101,64101.5%110,492098.0%6280.6%
North Dakota
110,42601,52001.4%108,569098.3%3370.3%
Delaware
109,32201,67901.5%105,843096.8%1,8001.7%
New Hampshire
99,06801,36001.4%97,370098.3%3380.3%
Maine
68,5905084501.2%000.0%67,74598.8%
Alaska
67,823036600.5%62,767092.6%4,6906.9%
Wyoming
61,114072501.2%59,856097.9%5330.9%
Hawaii
36,975050501.4%000.0%36,47098.6%
Vermont
24,320025601.1%23,577096.9%4872.0%
Puerto Rico
270,05802,53000.9%121,227044.9%146,30154.2%
The outbreak in this country, where there are now more known cases than in China or Italy, looks vastly different than it did a month ago. At the start of March, with extremely limited testing available, only 70 cases had been reported in the United States, most of them tied to overseas travel. With testing now more readily available, at least 20 states now have more than 1,000 known cases within their borders, including Maryland, where 10 people have died and where dozens of people at a nursing home have been infected.