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


Total Confirmed


Total Deaths


Province/State Confirmed Deaths
California 541,494 10,028
Florida 510,389 7,747
Texas 489,731 8,116
New York 448,168 32,817
Georgia 204,895 4,026
Illinois 189,705 7,791
New Jersey 189,535 15,922
Arizona 183,647 4,002
North Carolina 131,575 2,115
Louisiana 127,246 4,146
Pennsylvania 121,294 7,364
Massachusetts 119,874 8,691
Tennessee 116,350 1,186
Ohio 97,490 3,628
South Carolina 96,797 1,943
Alabama 96,592 1,714
Virginia 95,867 2,299
Michigan 94,656 6,506
Maryland 93,005 3,551
Indiana 71,015 3,013
Mississippi 64,400 1,825
Washington 62,709 1,657
Minnesota 58,640 1,677
Wisconsin 57,779 978
Missouri 57,075 1,356
Nevada 53,557 900
Connecticut 50,245 4,437
Colorado 49,436 1,852
Iowa 47,631 912
Arkansas 47,028 515
Utah 42,915 330
US Military 42,249 70
Veteran Affairs 42,031 2,230
Oklahoma 41,401 593
Kentucky 33,254 760
Kansas 30,073 379
Nebraska 27,821 340
Idaho 23,399 223
New Mexico 21,773 669
Oregon 20,225 339
Puerto Rico 19,934 258
Rhode Island 19,611 1,014
Delaware 15,365 587
District Of Columbia 12,518 587
Federal Prisons 12,208 111
South Dakota 9,273 141
Navajo Nation 9,223 468
West Virginia 7,277 124
North Dakota 7,177 109
New Hampshire 6,742 419
Montana 4,602 65
Maine 3,997 124
Alaska 3,484 25
Wyoming 2,958 27
Hawaii 2,914 29
Vermont 1,445 58
United States Virgin Islands 501 9
Guam 411 5
Grand Princess Ship 103 3
Northern Mariana Islands 47 2
Diamond Princess Ship 46 0
Wuhan Repatriated 3 0

Powell: Recovery may begin by summer, will likely be slow

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell expressed optimism Sunday that the U.S. economy can begin to recover from a devastating recession in the second half of the year, assuming the coronavirus doesn't erupt in a second wave. But he suggested that a full recovery won't likely be possible before the arrival of a vaccine... Read more

As coronavirus rolls on, Republicans hit 'pause' on new aid

Businesses are going belly up, tens of millions have been laid off and, by some measures, the U.S. seems headed for another Great Depression. But Republicans surveying the wreckage aren't ready for another round of coronavirus aid, instead urging a “pause.”... Read more

Coronavirus strikes staffers inside the White House

Vice President Mike Pence's press secretary has the coronavirus, the White House said, making her the second person who works at the White House complex known to test positive for the virus this week... Read more

Treasury says April-June borrowing will be a record US$2.99 trillion

The economic paralysis triggered by the coronavirus pandemic is forcing the U.S. Treasury to borrow far more than it ever has before — $2.99 trillion in the current quarter alone... Read more

Coronavirus cuts 'deep scars' through meatpacking cities

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Report: China hid coronavirus' severity to hoard supplies

U.S. officials believe China covered up the extent of the coronavirus outbreak — and how contagious the disease is — to stock up on medical supplies needed to respond to it, intelligence documents show... Read more

'60 Minutes' correspondent Stahl says she fought coronavirus

CBS News “60 Minutes” correspondent Lesley Stahl said Sunday that she's finally feeling well after a battle with COVID-19 that left her hospitalized for a week... Read more

Federal Reserve expands lending to more cities and counties

The Federal Reserve will allow a much larger number of cities and counties to participate in a lending program that it announced earlier this month... Read more

Google, Facebook may be heading toward first revenue slumps

Demand for digital advertising is shriveling after a decade of explosive growth amid the pandemic-fueled downturn. That could complicate things for Google and Facebook, who for the first time may have to contend with revenues that are actually shrinking... Read more

List of sports events affected by the coronavirus pandemic

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Oprah Winfrey, Julia Roberts to appear in global live stream

Oprah Winfrey, Julia Roberts and President George W. Bush will be among 200 star-studded participants in a 24-hour global livestream event 'The Call to Unite"... Read more

Trump approved of Georgia's reopen plan before bashing it

President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence repeatedly told Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp that they approved of his aggressive plan to allow businesses to reopen, just a day before Trump pulled an about-face and publicly bashed the plan, according to two administration officials... Read more

Congress meets pandemic with masked faces, heavy emotions

The nation's representatives on Thursday chose overwhelmingly to wear masks at their first meeting in a month, creating the defining visual of a Congress in the throes of the historic pandemic. There were exceptions — chiefly, a handful of Republicans who attended the session bare-faced... Read more

Pandemic squeezes finances of Democratic grassroots donors

Well-to-do donors gathered last August at the sprawling Charlotte, North Carolina, home of Erskine Bowles, a former chief of staff to President Bill Clinton, where they nibbled finger food, sipped wine and listened to Joe Biden... Read more

MLB can cut pay, lay off managers, coaches starting May 1

Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred has made a move that allows teams to lay off or cut the pay of major and minor league managers, coaches, trainers and full-time scouts starting May 1... Read more

16 migrants test positive for coronavirus on Mexican border

Sixteen migrants from several countries have tested positive for coronavirus in Mexico’s northern border state of Tamaulipas, the state government said Monday... Read more

Feds to track, share information on nursing home outbreaks

Calling nursing homes ground zero of the coronavirus crisis, federal officials said Monday they plan to start tracking and publicly sharing information on infections and deaths in such facilities to help spot trends and early signs the virus is spreading in communities... Read more

Massachusetts becomes coronavirus hotspot as cases surge

Massachusetts has become a hotspot of coronavirus infections, drawing the concern of federal officials and promises of aid from hard-hit New York as the state's death toll prepares to double in less than a week... Read more

Cautious Pentagon extends troop travel limits through June

The Pentagon is extending military travel restrictions through June, indicating a concern that the coronavirus remains a threat to troops even as the Trump administration pushes for some states to begin opening up in May... Read more

As $2 trillion starts to flow, oversight of virus cash lags

Congress unleashed $2 trillion to deal with the coronavirus crisis. So far, only one person is working to oversee how it is spent... Read more

US House considers proxy voting during coronavirus crisis

With Congress essentially closed, House Democrats are proposing a temporary rules change during the coronavirus crisis that would allow lawmakers to vote remotely via another lawmaker physically present at the U.S. Capitol... Read more

Guatemala official: 44 deportees tested positive for virus

Forty-four Guatemalans deported on one flight from the United States this week have tested positive for COVID-19, a Guatemala government official with knowledge of the situation said Thursday... Read more

Amid talk of restarting economy, virus keeps killing in NYC

Hopeful talk about getting people out of their homes and back to work in some parts of the country seems a far cry from the harsh reality in New York and its suburbs: Thousands of people infected with the coronavirus are still streaming into hospitals every day. Hundreds are still dying... Read more

Older Americans get chance to join virus vaccine study

A U.S. study of a potential COVID-19 vaccine is being expanded to include older adults, the age group most at risk from the new coronavirus... Read more

Evidence of virus' effect on US economy grows more ominous

Evidence of the coronavirus' devastating impact on the U.S. economy has been steadily emerging, and the signs have grown ominous... Read more

US virus numbers now include probable cases without tests

The U.S. tally of coronavirus cases and deaths could soon jump because federal health officials will now count illnesses that are not confirmed by lab testing... Read more

US Senator introduces bills to hold China accountable for COVID-19 pandemic

Two GOP senators introduced legislation to Congress for counteracting the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) censorship and cover-ups throughout the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and holding the country responsible for the worldwide devastation... Read more

Virus becomes latest battle between Iran, US amid tensions

Even as both face the same invisible enemy in the coronavirus pandemic, Iran and the United States remain locked in retaliatory pressure campaigns that now view the outbreak as just the latest battleground... Read more

New Trump panel to explore path to reopening US economy

A new team of public health officials, expected to be formally announced as early as Tuesday, has begun meeting behind closed doors in the West Wing to tackle another matter paramount to President Donald Trump: how to begin reopening the American economy... Read more

Airlines wait as Treasury applies strings to payroll aid

The Treasury Department has missed a deadline to start paying airlines to keep workers employed, and the two sides were still negotiating terms of the federal help Monday... Read more

US human rights organization advocates for Taiwan's WHO participation

U.S. non-profit organization, Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation (VCMF), has denounced China's control of the World Health Organization (WHO) in its latest report and urged the international body to include Taiwan... Read more

White House points to hopeful signs as deaths keep rising

At the end of a week officials had warned would be this generation's Pearl Harbor, White House officials pointed to hopeful signs Friday that the spread of the coronavirus could be slowing, even as President Donald Trump insisted he would not move to reopen the country until it is safe... Read more

New York City schools closed for rest of year amid pandemic

New York City's 1.1 million-pupil public school system will be closed for the rest of the school year as the city struggles to contain the coronavirus outbreak, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Saturday... Read more

Crime drops around the world as COVID-19 keeps people inside

In Chicago, one of America’s most violent cities, drug arrests have plummeted 42% in the weeks since the city shut down, compared with the same period last year. Part of that decrease, some criminal lawyers say, is that drug dealers have no choice but to wait out the economic slump... Read more

White House points to hopeful signs as deaths keep rising

At the end of a week officials had warned would be this generation's Pearl Harbor, White House officials pointed to hopeful signs Friday that the spread of the coronavirus could be slowing, even as President Donald Trump insisted he would not move to reopen the country until it is safe... Read more

White House slams VOA for speaking for CCP, VOA fights back

The White House on Friday launched an unusual attack on the congressionally funded Voice of America, the U.S. broadcaster that for decades has provided independent news reporting around the world... Read more

US job losses surge as world leaders urge Easter distancing

A staggering 16.8 million Americans lost their jobs in just three weeks, a measure of how fast the coronavirus has brought world economies to their knees. Meanwhile, religious leaders worldwide Thursday urged people to celebrate Good Friday and Easter from the safety of their homes... Read more

White House says no 'surprise' bills for COVID-19 patients

Hospitals taking money from the $2 trillion stimulus bill will have to agree not to send “surprise” medical bills to patients treated for COVID-19, the White House said Thursday... Read more

Senators block new virus aid, Pelosi decries 'stunt'

The Senate has twisted itself into knots over President Donald Trump’s new coronavirus aid request, as Democrats refused to rubber stamp his proposal for $250 billion more to boost small businesses, demanding modifications along with an additional $250 billion for health care providers and states. Republicans wouldn’t go along... Read more

Trump upends virus oversight, removing key official

President Donald Trump is moving aggressively to challenge the authority and independence of agency watchdogs overseeing his administration, including removing the inspector general tasked with overseeing the $2.2 trillion coronavirus rescue package that passed Congress with bipartisan support... Read more

Trump says he will 'put a hold' on US funding to WHO, says 'they missed the call' on pandemic

President Donald Trump on Tuesday threatened to freeze U.S. funding to the World Health Organization, saying the international group had “missed the call” on the coronavirus pandemic... Read more

White House: States need to better calibrate supply requests

The White House said Monday that some states are requesting far more medical supplies than they need to fight the coronavirus pandemic, pushing back against criticism that the distribution of vital equipment has been chaotic... Read more

Ohio mayor pleads for church to stop in-person services

An Ohio mayor pleaded with a local church to “reconsider" holding in-person services amid concerns of the rapid spread of the coronavirus... Read more

List of sports events affected by the coronavirus pandemic

List of sports events affected by the coronavirus pandemic. World Cup in Berlin from June 21-28 suspended... Read more

Insurance marketplaces offer help with coronavirus job cuts

More than a million people could swamp the Affordable Care Act’s health insurance marketplaces in the coming months as employers lay off staff during the coronavirus pandemic... Read more

New mask guidance could strain supply, test limits of market

The Trump administration’s expected new guidance that many people in the United States should start wearing face coverings when out in public is raising concern that it could cause a sudden run on masks... Read more

Experts say virus could kill up to 240,000 in US

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Pandemic forcing NBA players to work out with what's on hand

Giannis Antetokounmpo is spending much of his time during the coronavirus-imposed hiatus working out, helping care for his newborn son and playing occasional video games... Read more

Trump says 'life and death' at stake in following guidelines

President Donald Trump warned Americans to brace for a “hell of a bad two weeks” ahead as the White House projected there could be 100,000 to 240,000 deaths in the U.S. from the coronavirus pandemic even if current social distancing guidelines are maintained... Read more

Trump extends US virus restrictions

In an abrupt turnaround, President Donald Trump extended lockdown measures across the United States as deaths in New York alone from the new coronavirus passed 1,000. Moscow went on its own lockdown Monday as all of Russia braced for sweeping nationwide restrictions... Read more

US deaths top 1,000 as $2.2 trillion in virus aid approved

U.S. deaths from the coronavirus pandemic have topped 1,000, in another grim milestone for a global outbreak that is taking lives and wreaking havoc on economies and established routines of ordinary life... Read more

House considers voting by proxy amid virus outbreak

Members of the House would be allowed to designate a colleague to vote for them in the event they are unable to return to Washington amid the coronavirus outbreak under a proposal from the chairman of the House Rules Committee... Read more

USA Gymnastics among growing chorus asking for Olympic delay

Add USA Gymnastics to the growing chorus of high-profile organizations asking for the 2020 Olympics to be delayed... Read more

Testing blunders crippled US response as coronavirus spread

A series of missteps at the nation's top public health agency caused a critical shortage of reliable laboratory tests for the coronavirus, hobbling the federal response as the pandemic spread across the country like wildfire, an Associated Press review found... Read more

US locking down 70 million people as virus strains Europe

Three major American states are locking down their residents in the face of a rapidly advancing virus storm that is already severely straining health systems in parts of Europe... Read more

US virus testing faces new headwind: Lab supply shortages

First, some of the coronavirus tests didn't work. Then there weren't enough to go around. Now, just as the federal government tries to ramp up nationwide screening, laboratory workers are warning of a new roadblock: dire shortages of testing supplies... Read more

Member of VP Mike Pence’s staff tests positive for coronavirus

The White House says a member of Vice President Mike Pence’s staff has tested positive for coronavirus... Read more

California rushes to try to contain virus among the homeless

Home to the largest homeless population in the country, California officials are rushing to get tens of thousands of people off the streets and into shelters and tents to slow the spread of the coronavirus among one of the most vulnerable and difficult-to-reach groups... Read more

Olympic flame lands in Japan as doubts grow over Tokyo Games

The Olympic flame arrived in Japan on Friday from Greece in a scaled-down ceremony at an air base in northern Japan.... Read more

Trump's economic rescue package could approach $1 trillion

In a massive federal effort, President Donald Trump asked Congress to speed emergency checks to Americans, enlisted the military for MASH-like hospitals and implored ordinary people — particularly socially active millennials — to do their part by staying home to stop the spread of the coronavirus... Read more

Taiwan issues level-3 travel warning for all of U.S., Canada, Australia and New Zealand

Taiwan announced Wednesday (March 18) it was expanding its level-3 travel warning to include all of the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, meaning that travelers arriving from those countries must stay in quarantine for 14 days... Read more

Asian stocks rise, backslide after Trump promises virus aid

Major Asian stock markets fell back after early gains on Wednesday after Wall Street jumped on President Donald Trump's promise of aid to get the U.S. economy through the coronavirus outbreak... Read more

Governments grapple with virus border closures, lockdowns

Governments around the globe grappled Wednesday with how to implement border closures, travel restrictions and lockdowns that have unleashed transportation chaos and imperiled economies, but which authorities say are needed to slow the spread of the new coronavirus... Read more

Stocks plunge as Wall Street, White House see recession risk

The U.S. stock market plunged to its worst day in more than three decades as voices from Wall Street to the White House said the coronavirus may be dragging the economy into a recession... Read more

DC closes gyms, theaters, orders takeout only in restaurants

Washington, D.C., is shutting down all movie theaters and gyms, and ordering restaurants and bars to serve only takeout, as the nation's capital continues to ramp up its social distancing measures to stem the spread of the coronavirus... Read more

UFC finally postpones next 3 scheduled events amid pandemic

The UFC has postponed its next three scheduled events through April 11, finally giving up on President Dana White's plan to keep fighting amid the coronavirus pandemic... Read more

Coronavirus strikes journalists, others change way they work

Six people at CBS News have tested positive for coronavirus, including a correspondent stationed in Italy, as media organizations fought Monday against the same epidemic they're charged with describing... Read more

U.S. to extend European coronavirus travel ban

The United States to broaden European coronavirus travel ban, adding the United Kingdom, Ireland to list... Read more

FACT CHECK: Trump, American exceptionalism and the virus

President Donald Trump hailed American exceptionalism in health care and science — “The virus will not have a chance against us" ... Read more

U.S. summons Chinese ambassador over coronavirus accusation

The U.S. government summoned Chinese Ambassador Cui Tiankai to address Beijing’s controversial suggestion the U.S. army is responsible for bringing the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) to China... Read more

Stocks roar back on hopes for US government’s virus plan

Wall Street roared back from its worst day in 30 years with a broad rally that sent the Dow Jones Industrial Average nearly 2,000 points higher after President Donald Trump declared the coronavirus pandemic a national emergency... Read more

Trump says top cruise ship companies stopping trips from U.S.

President Donald Trump tweeted on Friday that four major cruise ship companies have agreed to suspend trips from the U.S. for 30 days, effective at midnight... Read more

U.S. CDC only conducted 70 coronavirus tests in one week

The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) only ran 70 tests for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) in the week from March 5 despite promises by President Donald Trump that millions of test kits would soon be ready... Read more

Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson taking diagnoses 'one day at a time'

Tom Hanks said he and wife Rita Wilson were taking their new coronavirus infection “one day at a time" while Australian television hosts who had interviewed Wilson were awaiting test results Friday... Read more

Virus darkens stages, silences orchestras across the US

The stage at the 5th Avenue Theatre in Seattle is quiet. There is no music coming from the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the members of Pearl Jam won't tour. There is no one to admire the treasures at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York... Read more