COVID19 Vs. America

Since the first coronavirus case in America in late January, more 65,000 people have been confirmed to have the disease. The death toll has reached over a thousand in the US alone.


The following list, taken from CNN shows a breakdown of cases per state. Last updated March 26, 2020, 4:20 PM ET:


Alabama: 480 (including one death)

Alaska: 59 (including one death)

Arizona: 508 (including eight deaths)

Arkansas: 310 (including two deaths)

California: 2,535 (including 53 deaths)

Colorado: 1,086 (including 19 deaths)

Connecticut: 875 (including 19 deaths)

Delaware: 130 (including one death)

District of Columbia: 231 (including three deaths)

Florida: 2,349 (including 27 deaths)

Georgia: 1,525 (including 48 deaths)

Guam: 45 (including one death)

Hawaii: 95

Idaho: 123

Illinois: 1,865 (including 19 deaths)

Indiana: 645 (including 17 deaths)

Iowa: 179 (including one death)

Kansas: 126 (including three deaths)

Kentucky: 198 (including five deaths)

Louisiana: 2,305 (including 83 deaths)

Maine: 155

Maryland: 580 (including four deaths)

Massachusetts: 1,838 (including 15 deaths)

Michigan: 2,856 (including 60 deaths)

Minnesota: 346 (including two deaths)

Mississippi: 485 (including five deaths)

Missouri: 356 (including eight deaths)

Montana: 71

Nebraska: 73

Nevada: 420 (including 10 deaths)

New Hampshire: 137 (including one death)

New Jersey: 6,876 (including 81 deaths)

New Mexico: 112 (including one death)

New York: 37,258 (including 385 deaths)

North Carolina: 636 (including two deaths)

North Dakota: 52

Ohio: 867 (including 15 deaths)

Oklahoma: 248 (including seven deaths)

Oregon: 266 (including 10 deaths)

Pennsylvania: 1,687 (including 16 deaths)

Puerto Rico: 64 (including two deaths)

Rhode Island: 165

South Carolina: 424 (including eight deaths)

South Dakota: 46 (including one death)

Tennessee: 784 (including three deaths)

Texas: 1,396 (including 18 deaths)

US Virgin Islands: 17

Utah: 402 (including one death)

Vermont: 158 (including nine deaths)

Virginia: 460 (including 13 deaths)

Washington: 2,580 (including 139 deaths)

West Virginia: 52

Wisconsin: 707 (including eight deaths)

Wyoming: 53

Repatriated cases: 70

As proven by this list, New York has the most cases and the most deaths. It is the epicenter of COVID19. It is imperative that we continue to wash our hands and practice social distancing.

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