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Tracking coronavirus: U.S. data

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The table below shows confirmed cases of coronavirus (2019-nCoV, officially known as SARS-CoV-2 or COVID-19) in the U.S. Scroll down for a graph and maps.

D.C. | Florida | Texas |
Northern Mariana Islands

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  • Black Circle: Counties with 10,000 or more cases
  • Purple Circle: Counties with 1,000-9,999 cases
  • Red Circle: Counties with 100-999 cases
Number of confirmed cases in the U.S.
Number of confirmed cases around the world
New U.S. cases and deaths per day


  • Data about the number of recoveries varies by jurisdiction. While some provide exact figures, many provide “presumed recoveries” or no data at all. To provide a more accurate picture, we apply the presumed recovery criteria to fill the gap when no data is available. Recoveries are estimated by taking into account the average duration of illness and the number of deaths. Someone is considered to have recovered when they no longer have COVID-19, though some may have conditions caused by the illness.

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