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U.S. state or territory[i] Cases[ii] Deaths[1] Recov.[iii] Hospital[iv] Active Ref.
55 / 56 215,534 4,817 8,991 40,470 91,833
Alabama 1,251 17 [2]
Alaska 143 3 9 9 [3]
American Samoa 0 0 0 0
Arizona 1,413 29 1,265 [4]
Arkansas 643 12 47 584 [5]
California 9,937 215 60 1,855 [6][7]
Colorado 3,342 80 620 [8]
Connecticut 3,557 85 766 [9]
Delaware 368 11 49 51 308 [10]
District of Columbia 657 12 173 468 [11][12]
Florida 7,764 101 990 [13]
Georgia 5,348 163 1,013 [14]
Guam 77 3 9 65 [15]
Hawaii 258 1 69 15 188 [16][17]
Idaho 673 9 49 [18]
Illinois 7,695 157 [19]
Indiana 3,039 78 [20]
Iowa 614 11 46 120 557 [21][22]
Kansas 552 13 138 539 [23]
Kentucky 770 31 [24]
Louisiana 6,424 273 1,498 [25]
Maine 344 7 80 63 257 [26]
Maryland 1,985 31 69 522 1,885 [27]
Massachusetts 8,966 154 1,655 682 [28]
Michigan 10,791 417 [29][30]
Minnesota 742 18 373 138 351 [31]
Mississippi 1,073 22 218 [32]
Missouri 1,834 19 [33]
Montana 217 5 19 [34]
Nebraska 214 4 [35]
Nevada 1,279 32 [36]
New Hampshire 415 4 58 [37]
New Jersey 22,255 355 4,877 [38][39]
New Mexico 403 7 [40][41]
New York 83,948 1,941 6,142 18,368 75,865 [1][42][43]
North Carolina 1,584 10 204 [44]
North Dakota 159 3 43 28 113 [45]
Northern Mariana Islands 2 0 2 [46]
Ohio 2,547 65 679 [47]
Oklahoma 879 34 257 [48]
Oregon 826 21 188 [49]
Pennsylvania 5,805 74 620 [50]
Puerto Rico 239 8 [51]
Rhode Island 566 10 60 [52][53]
South Carolina 1,293 26 896 [54]
South Dakota 165 2 57 17 106 [55]
Tennessee 2,683 24 137 200 2,522 [56]
Texas 3,997 58 [57]
U.S. Virgin Islands 30 0 21 9 [58][59]
Utah 1,074 7 100 [60]
Vermont 338 17 [61]
Virginia 1,484 34 208 [62]
Washington 5,984 247 4,662 [63][1]
West Virginia 191 2 [64]
Wisconsin 1,730 31 461 [65][66]
Wyoming 137 0 31 20 106 [67]
As of 2 April 2020 (UTC) · History of cases: United States
  1. ^ U.S. where cases were diagnosed. Nationality and location of original infection may vary.
  2. ^ Reported confirmed cases.[1][1] Actual case numbers are probably higher.
  3. ^ Source: [1] "–" denotes that no data is currently available for that state, not that the value is zero.
  4. ^ Cumulative Hospitalizations, "–" denotes that no data is available for that state. These are cumulative hospitalizations from confirmed cases reported from the state or a primary source. If a state only reports total cases from suspect covid-19 cases, then cumulative Hospitalizations from suspect cases are used.
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