Wuhan coronavirus in the US: Map, case counts and news


Total Confirmed


Total Deaths


Province/State Confirmed Deaths
New York 131,916 4,758
New Jersey 41,090 1,003
Michigan 17,221 727
California 16,363 387
Louisiana 14,867 512
Massachusetts 13,837 260
Florida 13,629 254
Pennsylvania 13,127 179
Illinois 12,262 307
Washington 8,384 381
Texas 8,088 151
Georgia 7,558 294
Connecticut 6,906 206
Colorado 5,172 150
Indiana 4,944 139
Ohio 4,450 142
Maryland 4,045 91
Tennessee 3,802 65
North Carolina 3,039 48
Virginia 2,878 54
Missouri 2,722 52
Arizona 2,456 65
Wisconsin 2,440 77
South Carolina 2,232 48
Alabama 2,006 52
Nevada 1,953 46
Mississippi 1,738 51
Utah 1,675 13
Oklahoma 1,327 51
Idaho 1,170 13
Oregon 1,132 29
District Of Columbia 1,097 24
Rhode Island 1,082 27
Kentucky 1,008 59
Minnesota 986 30
Iowa 946 25
Arkansas 927 16
Kansas 845 25
Delaware 783 15
New Hampshire 715 9
New Mexico 686 12
Vermont 543 23
Maine 499 10
Nebraska 412 8
Hawaii 387 5
West Virginia 345 4
Montana 319 6
South Dakota 288 4
North Dakota 225 3
Wyoming 212 0
Alaska 191 6
Guam 112 4
Northern Mariana Islands 8 1
Puerto Rico 513 21
United States Virgin Islands 43 1
Wuhan Repatriated 3 0
Diamond Princess Cruise 46 0

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