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The table below shows cases of coronavirus (officially known as SARS-CoV-2, COVID-19, or 2019-nCoV) around the world. Each figure is verified by our team through local health departments or local media. A distribution map and a timeline with a list of recent updates can be found below the table.

State-by-state breakdowns
United States


Green = no active cases

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Notes

  • Diamond Princess: Cases are not included in the Japanese government’s official count. 380 of the 712 were asymptomatic. 14 are U.S. citizens whose test results weren’t known until they left the ship. The total does not include 3 employees of Japan’s Health Ministry and 1 staff member of Japan’s Cabinet Secretariat, all of whom were infected while working on the ship. It does also not include people who tested positive upon their return home: 45 in the U.S., 10 in Australia (one of whom died), 4 in the UK, 5 in Hong Kong, 3 in Israel, and 2 in Japan.
  • Denmark: The total includes 187 cases in the Faroe Islands, where all cases have recovered.
  • France includes Guadeloupe, Saint Barthélemy, Saint Martin, French Guiana, Martinique, Mayotte, and Réunion. It does not include French Polynesia, which is listed separately.
  • The United Kingdom includes England, Wales, Northern Ireland, and Scotland. It does not include Jersey, Guernsey, the Isle of Man, and the Cayman Islands.
  • 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 patients may continue to suffer from conditions caused by illness.

  • Black: Cities with 1,000 or more cases
  • Purple: Cities with 100 or more cases
  • Red: Cities with 20 or more cases
  • Orange: Less than 20 cases
  • Diamond shape: Cities with deaths
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