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TAG COVID-19 Outbreak Updates 

This page contains Outbreak Updates from TAG's COVID-19 daily newsletter and updates.

November 20, 2020

As of November 20, 2020 (12:13 ET), there are over 57,164,000 cases (>1,364,000 deaths) worldwide.

November 18, 2020

As of November 18, 2020 (12:48 ET), there are over 55,917,000 cases (>1,343,000 deaths) worldwide.

November 16, 2020

As of November 16, 2020 (16:11 ET), there are over 54,750,000 cases (>1,322,000 deaths) worldwide.

November 13, 2020

As of November 13, 2020 (12:12 ET), there are over 53,021,603 cases (>1,297,347 deaths) worldwide.

November 11, 2020

As of November 11, 2020 (11:11 ET), there are over 51,636,000 cases (>1,275,000 deaths) worldwide.

November 09, 2020

As of November 09, 2020 (16:07 ET), there are over 50,766,000 cases (>1,260,000 deaths) worldwide.

November 06, 2020

As of November 06, 2020 (14:27 ET), there are over 49,100,000 cases (>1,239,000 deaths) worldwide.

November 04, 2020

As of November 04, 2020 (13:50 ET), there are over 47,706,000 cases (>1,218,000 deaths) worldwide.

November 02, 2020

As of November 02, 2020 (12:16 ET), there are over 46,688,000 cases (>1,202,000 deaths) worldwide.

October 30, 2020

As of October 30, 2020 (13:38 ET), there are over 45,271,000 cases (>1,183,000 deaths) worldwide.

October 28, 2020

As of October 28, 2020 (11:07 ET), there are over 44,093,000 cases (>1,168,000 deaths) worldwide.

October 26, 2020

As of October 26, 2020 (11:40 ET), there are over 43,174,000 cases (>1,155,000 deaths) worldwide.

October 23, 2020

As of October 23, 2020 (13:52 ET), there are over 41,982,000 cases (>1,140,422 deaths) worldwide.

October 21, 2020

As of October 21, 2020 (15:07 ET), there are over 41,033,000 cases (>1,127,709 deaths) worldwide.

October 19, 2020

As of October 19, 2020 (14:11 ET), there are over 40,240,580 cases (>1,115,409 deaths) worldwide.

October 16, 2020

As of October 16, 2020 (9:36 ET), there are over 38,998,580 cases (>1,099,409 deaths) worldwide.

October 14, 2020

As of October 14, 2020 (1:39 ET), there are over 38,304,172 cases (>1,088,704 deaths) worldwide.

October 12, 2020

As of October 12, 2020 (12:18 ET), there are over 37,606,333  cases (>1,078,097 deaths) worldwide.

October 09, 2020

As of October 09, 2020 (11:45 ET), there are over 36,593,000 cases (>1,063,000 deaths) worldwide.

October 07, 2020

As of October 07, 2020 (1:35 ET), there are over 35,946,721 cases (1,051,751 deaths) worldwide.

October 05, 2020

As of October 05, 2020 (10:36 ET), there are over 35,238,600 cases (1,038,020 deaths) worldwide.

October 02, 2020

As of October 02, 2020 (14:15 ET), there are over 34,420,000 cases (>1,024,958 deaths) worldwide.

September 30, 2020

As of September 30, 2020 (10:04 ET), there are over 33,706,000 cases (>1,008,993 deaths) worldwide.

September 28, 2020

As of September 28, 2020 (09:35 ET), there are over 33,138,000 cases (>998,380 deaths) worldwide.

September 25, 2020

As of September 25, 2020 (9:28 ET), there are over 32,273,570 cases (>983,750 deaths) worldwide.

September 23, 2020

As of September 23, 2020 (12:45 ET), there are over 31,687,800 cases (>972,500 deaths) worldwide.

September 21, 2020

As of September 21, 2020 (17:03 ET), there are over 31,183,000 cases (>962,000 deaths) worldwide.

September 18, 2020

As of September 18, 2020 (12:50 ET), there are over 30,255,091 cases (>947,500 deaths) worldwide.

September 16, 2020

As of September 16, 2020 (08:17 ET), there are over 29,610,000 cases (>935,800 deaths) worldwide.

September 14, 2020

As of September 14, 2020 (1:02 pm ET), there are over 29,075,600 cases (>925,500 deaths) worldwide.

September 11, 2020

As of September 11, 2020 (12:22 ET), there are over 28,219,000 cases (>910,000 deaths) worldwide.

September 09, 2020

As of September 09, 2020 (10:22 ET), there are over 27,615,000 cases (>898,000 deaths) worldwide.

September 04, 2020

As of September 04, 2020 (10:02 ET), there are over 26,344,000 cases (>869,000 deaths) worldwide.

September 02, 2020

As of September 02, 2020 (11:32 ET), there are over 25,795,000 cases (>858,000 deaths) worldwide.

August 31, 2020

As of August 31, 2020 (10:42 ET), there are over 25,251,000 cases (>846,000 deaths) worldwide.

August 28, 2020

As of August 28, 2020 (10:12 ET), there are over 24,462,000 cases (>832,000 deaths) worldwide.

August 26, 2020

As of August 26, 2020 (13:30 ET), there are over 23,964,000 cases (>820,000 deaths) worldwide.

August 24, 2020

As of August 24, 2020 (10:11 ET), there are over 23,462,000 cases (>809,000 deaths) worldwide.

August 21, 2020

As of August 21, 2020 (11:14 ET), there are over 22,726,000 cases (>794,000 deaths) worldwide.

August 19, 2020

As of August 19, 2020 (17:29 ET), there are over 22,239,000 cases (>783,000 deaths) worldwide.

August 17, 2020

As of August 17, 2020 (09:05 ET), there are over 21,000,000 cases (>775,000 deaths) worldwide.

August 14, 2020

As of August 14, 2020 (08:50 ET), there are over 20,950,000 cases (>760,000 deaths) worldwide.

August 12, 2020

As of August 12, 2020 (13:48 ET), there are over 20,000,000 cases (>744,000 deaths) worldwide.

August 10, 2020

As of August 10, 2020 (10:00 AM ET), there are over 19,902,000 cases (>731,000 deaths) worldwide.

August 7, 2020

As of August 7, 2020 (08:21 AM ET), there are over 19,111,123 cases (>715,555 deaths) worldwide.

August 5, 2020

As of August 4, 2020 (07:46 ET), there are over 18,563,065 cases (>701,000 deaths) worldwide.

August 3, 2020

As of August 3, 2020 (10:15 ET), there are over 18,109,900  cases (>690,000 deaths) worldwide.

July 31, 2020

As of July 31, 2020 (08:30 ET), there are over 17,300,000  cases (>673,000 deaths) worldwide.

July 29, 2020

As of July 29, 2020 (14:12 ET), there are over 16,800,000  cases (>662,000 deaths) worldwide.

July 27, 2020

As of July 27, 2020 (12:10 ET), there are over 16,292,635  cases (>649,662 deaths) worldwide.

July 24, 2020

As of July 24, 2020 (13:09 ET), there are over 15,578,000 cases (>634,000 deaths) worldwide.

July 22, 2020

As of July 22, 2020 (13:14 ET), there are over 15,000,000 cases (>617,000 deaths) worldwide.

July 20, 2020

As of July 20, 2020 (14:54 ET), there are over 14,567,000 cases (>607,000 deaths) worldwide.

July 17, 2020

As of July 17, 2020 (08:30 ET), there are over 13,830,000 cases (>590,000 deaths) worldwide.

July 15, 2020

As of July 15, 2020 (16:23 ET), there are over 13,405,000 cases (>580,000 deaths) worldwide.

July 13, 2020

As of July 13, 2020 (13:05 ET), there are over 12,977,000 cases (>570,000 deaths) worldwide.

July 10, 2020

As of July 10, 2020 (08:30 ET), there are over 12,292,000 cases (>555,000 deaths) worldwide.

July 08, 2020

As of July 08, 2020 (16:44 ET), there are over 11,910,000 cases (>545,000 deaths) worldwide.

July 06, 2020

As of July 02, 2020 (14:34 ET), there are over 11,516,000 cases (>535,000 deaths) worldwide.

July 02, 2020

As of July 02, 2020 (16:42 ET), there are over 10,776,000 cases (>517,000 deaths) worldwide.

July 01 2020

As of July 01, 2020 (16:45 ET), there are over 10,538,000 cases (>512,000 deaths) worldwide.

June 29, 2020

As of June 29, 2020 (12:56 ET), there are over 10,189,000 cases (>502,000 deaths) worldwide.

June 27, 2020

As of June 27, 2020 (09:33 ET), there are over 9,828,000 cases (>494,000 deaths) worldwide.

June 26, 2020

As of June 26, 2020 (15:47 ET), there are over 9,682,000 cases (>491,000 deaths) worldwide.

June 25, 2020

As of June 25, 2020 (10:47 ET), there are over 9,467,000 cases (>483,000 deaths) worldwide.

June 24, 2020

As of June 24, 2020 (13:12 ET), there are over 9,295,000 cases (>478,000 deaths) worldwide.

June 23, 2020

As of June 23, 2020 (17:35 ET), there are over 9,169,000 cases (>474,000 deaths) worldwide.

June 20, 2020

As of June 20, 2020 (09:35 ET), there are over 8,688,000 cases (>460,000 deaths) worldwide.

June 19, 2020

As of June 19, 2020 (11:58 ET), there are over 8,527,000 cases (>454,000 deaths) worldwide.

June 18, 2020

As of June 18, 2020 (14:30 ET), there are over 8,400,000 cases (>450,000 deaths) worldwide.

June 17, 2020

As of June 17, 2020 (15:10 ET), there are over 8,266,000 cases (>445,000 deaths) worldwide.

June 16, 2020

As of June 16, 2020 (11:01 ET), there are over 8,065,000 cases (>437,000 deaths) worldwide.

June 15, 2020

As of June 15, 2020 (11:49 ET), there are over 7,945,000 cases (>434,000 deaths) worldwide.

June 12, 2020

As of June 12, 2020 (13:18 ET), there are over 7,558,000 cases (>422,000 deaths) worldwide.

June 11, 2020

As of June 11, 2020 (13:53 ET), there are over 7,426,000 cases (>417,000 deaths) worldwide.

June 10, 2020

As of June 10, 2020 (11:39 ET), there are over 7,271,000 cases (>412,000 deaths) worldwide.

June 09, 2020

As of June 09, 2020 (13:39 ET), there are over 7,164,000 cases (>407,000 deaths) worldwide.

June 08, 2020

As of June 08, 2020 (12:44 ET), there are over 7,053,000 cases  worldwide.

June 06, 2020

As of June 6, 2020 (08:51 ET), there are over 5,954,000 cases (>365,000 deaths) worldwide.

June 05, 2020

As of June 05, 2020 (12:24 ET), there are over 6,682,000 cases (>392,000 deaths) worldwide.

June 04, 2020

As of June 04, 2020 (13:16 ET), there are over 6,563,000 cases (>387,000 deaths) worldwide.

June 03, 2020

As of June 03, 2020 (09:41 ET), there are over 6,411,000 cases (>380,000 deaths) worldwide.

June 02, 2020

As of June 02, 2020 (11:11 ET), there are over 6,306,000 cases (>376,000 deaths) worldwide.

June 01, 2020

As of June 01, 2020 (11:43 ET), there are over 6,203,000 cases (>372,000 deaths) worldwide.

May 30, 2020

As of May 30, 2020 (09:22 ET), there are over 5,954,000 cases (>365,000 deaths) worldwide

May 29, 2020

As of May 29, 2020 (11:13 ET), there are over 5,850,000 cases (>361,000 deaths) worldwide.

May 28, 2020

As of May 28, 2020 (16:25 ET), there are over 5,936,000 cases (>358,000 deaths) worldwide.

May 27, 2020

As of May 27, 2020 (11:15 ET), there are over 5,610,000 cases (>351,000 deaths) worldwide.

May 14, 2020

As of May 14, 2020 (12:35 ET), there are over 4,387,000 cases (>298,000 deaths) worldwide.

May 13, 2020

As of May 13, 2020 (08:47 ET), there are over 4,281,000 cases (>292,000 deaths) worldwide.

May 12, 2020

As of May 12, 2020 (11:16 ET), there are over 4,410,000 cases (>287,000 deaths) worldwide.

May 11, 2020

As of May 11, 2020 (13:27 ET), there are over 4,142,000 cases (>283,000 deaths) worldwide.

May 07, 2020

As of May 07, 2020 (14:50 ET), there are over 3,800,000 cases (>266,000 deaths) worldwide.

May 06, 2020

As of May 06, 2020 (13:45 ET), there are over 3,700,000 cases (>259,000 deaths) worldwide.

May 05, 2020

As of May 05, 2020 (09:57  ET), there are over 3,606,000 cases (>252,000 deaths) worldwide.

May 04, 2020

As of May 04, 2020 (13:37  ET), there are over 3,544,000 cases (>248,000 deaths) worldwide.

May 02, 2020

As of May 02, 2020 (10:47  ET), there are over 3,364,000 cases (>239,000 deaths) worldwide.

May 01, 2020

As of May 01, 2020 (08:32 ET), there are >3,270,000 cases (>233,000 deaths) worldwide.

 

April 30, 2020

 As of April 30, 2020 (11:52 ET), there are >3,222,000 cases (>228,000 deaths) worldwide.

April 29, 2020

As of April 29, 2020 (11:43 ET), there are >3,141,900 cases (>218,000 deaths) worldwide.

April 28, 2020

As of April 28, 2020 (12:32 ET), there are over 3 million cases (>212,000 deaths) worldwide.

April 27, 2020

As of April 27, 2020 (11:22 ET), there are over 2,992,000 cases (>207,000 deaths) worldwide.

April 25, 2020

As of April 25, 2020 (10:19 ET), there are over 2,828,000 cases (>197,000 deaths) worldwide.

April 24, 2020

As of April 24, 2020 (16:17 ET), there are over 2,780,000 cases (>195,000 deaths) worldwide.

April 23, 2020

As of April 23, 2020 (11:11 ET), there are over 2,658,000 cases (>185,000 deaths) worldwide.

April 22, 2020

As of April 22, 2020 (14:04 ET), there are over 2,611,000 cases (>181,000 deaths) worldwide.

April 21, 2020

As of April 21, 2020 (14:55 ET), there are over 2,531,000 cases (>174,000 deaths) worldwide.

April 20, 2020

As of April 20, 2020 (16:14 ET), there are over 2,458,000 cases (>168,000 deaths) worldwide.

April 18, 2020

As of April 18, 2020 (10:56 ET), there are over 2,273,000 cases (>156,000 deaths) worldwide.

April 17, 2020

As of April 17, 2020 (11:59 ET), there are over 2,188,000 cases (>147,000 deaths) worldwide.

April 16, 2020

As of April 16, 2020 (12:47 ET), there are over 2,090,110 cases (>139,000 deaths) worldwide.

April 15, 2020

As of April 15, 2020 (11:45 ET), there are over 2 million cases (>128,000 deaths) worldwide.

April 14, 2020

As of April 14, 2020 (15:46 ET), there are over 1,970,000 cases (>125,000 deaths) worldwide.

April 13, 2020

As of April 13, 2020 (13:34 ET), there are over 1,880,000 cases (>117,000 deaths) worldwide.

April 11, 2020

​As of April 11, 2020 (10:25 ET), there are over 1,715,000 cases (>103,000 deaths) worldwide.

April 10, 2020

​As of April 10, 2020 (16:46 ET), there are over 1,670,000 cases (>101,000 deaths) worldwide.

April 09, 2020

As of April 09, 2020 (10:17 AM ET), there are over 1,500,000 cases (>89,900 deaths) worldwide.

April 08, 2020

As of April 08, 2020 (11:57 AM ET), there are over 1,450,000 cases (>83,000 deaths) worldwide.

April 07, 2020

As of April 07, 2020 (12:12 ET), there are over 1,360,000 cases (>76,000 deaths) worldwide.​

April 06, 2020

​As of April 06, 2020 (11:16 ET), there are over 1,200,000 cases (>70,000 deaths) worldwide.

April 04, 2020

 

As of April 04, 2020 (10:43 ET), there are over 1,139,000 cases (>60,000 deaths) worldwide

 

Due to the increasing number of cases in the United States, TAG will move from reporting counts per country to focusing on the United States, please see here for the data. For further information regarding worldwide numbers, please refer to John Hopkin University’s aggregate map.

Data retrieved from CNN (April 04 @ 10:43 ET)

April 03, 2020

As of April 03, 2020 (12:20 ET), there are over 1 million cases (>55,000 deaths) worldwide. 

April 02, 2020

 

As of April 02, 2020 (14:14 ET), there are over 981,000 cases (>50,000 deaths) worldwide

 

Due to the increasing number of cases in the United States, TAG will move from reporting counts per country to focusing on the United States. For further information regarding worldwide numbers, please refer to John Hopkin University’s aggregate map.

 

Using per capita data from CNN's ongoing live coverage of COVID-19 tracking in the U.S., TAG has collated this information as part of our daily updates to look at the current rate of illness (per 100,000 people) in each state and territories throughout the United States. Both rate of change and density of illness contribute to the risk profile of an area – and the businesses within it.​ You can find our updates below. 

April 01, 2020

As of April 01, 2020 (16:00 ET), there are over 911,308 cases (>46,000 deaths) worldwide in 202 countries/territories.
 
Due to the increasing number of cases in the United States, TAG will move from reporting counts per country to focusing on the United States. For further information regarding worldwide numbers, please refer to John Hopkin University’s aggregate map.
 
The following states in the U.S. have issued stay-at-home orders: California, Illinois, New Jersey, New York, Louisiana, Connecticut, Washington, Ohio, Oregon, New Mexico, Massachusetts, Delaware, Michigan, West Virginia, Indiana, North Carolina, Wisconsin, Colorado, Minnesota, Montana, Alaska, and Hawaii. 
 

Using per capita data from CNN's ongoing live coverage of COVID-19 tracking in the U.S.,TAG has collated this information as part of our daily updates to look at the current rate of illness (per 100,000 people) in each state and territories throughout the United States. Both rate of change and density of illness contribute to the risk profile of an area – and the businesses within it.​ You can find our updates below. 

Information update: retrieved from CNN at 8:30AM CT.

 

March 31, 2020

As of March 31, 2020 (15:17 ET), there are over 838,000 cases (>41,000 deaths) worldwide in 202 countries/territories.

 

In the U.S., there are 177,452 confirmed/tested (3,440 deaths) COVID-19 cases. All 50 states and various U.S. territories are now reporting cases. The following states have issued stay-at-home orders: California, Illinois, New Jersey, New York, Louisiana, Connecticut, Washington, Ohio, Oregon, New Mexico, Massachusetts, Delaware, Michigan, West Virginia, Indiana, North Carolina, Wisconsin, Colorado, Minnesota, Montana, Alaska, Hawaii, Arizona, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Maryland, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Virginia, Vermont, and the District of Columbia.  

 

Current Confirmed Cases (Please note, instead of countries over 100 cases, TAG will now be reporting countries with over 1,000 cases):

 

  • United States: 177,452

  • Italy: 105,792

  • Spain: 94,417

  • China: 82,278

  • Germany: 68,180

  • France: 52,819

  • Iran: 44,605

  • United Kingdom: 25,474

  • Switzerland: 16,186

  • Turkey: 13,531

  • Belgium: 12,667

  • Austria: 10,122

  • South Korea: 9,786

  • Canada: 8,180

  • Portugal: 7,443

  • Israel: 4,831

  • Brazil: 4,715

  • Norway: 4,605

  • Australia: 4,559

  • Sweden: 4,435

  • Czechia: 3,257

  • Denmark: 3,039

  • Ireland: 2,910

  • Malaysia: 2,766

  • Chile: 2,738

  • Russia: 2,337

  • Poland: 2,311

  • Romania: 2,245

  • Ecuador: 2,240

  • Luxembourg: 2,178

  • Philippines: 2,084

  • Japan: 1,953

  • Pakistan: 1,914

  • Thailand: 1,651

  • Saudi Arabia: 1,563

  • Indonesia: 1,528

  • Finland: 1,418

  • India: 1,397

  • South Africa: 1,353

  • Greece: 1,314

  • Iceland: 1,135

  • Dominican Republic: 1,109

  • Mexico: 1,094

  • Panama: 1,075

  • Peru: 1,065

 

 

For further information, please see Johns Hopkins University’s aggregate map.

March 30, 2020

As of March 30, 2020 (17:35 ET // 5:35 PM ET), there are over 775,000 cases (>37,000 deaths) worldwide in 202 countries/territories.

 

Northern Mariana Islands has reported its first cases of COVID-19.

 

Current Confirmed Cases (Please note, instead of countries over 100 cases, TAG will now be reporting countries with over 1,000 cases):

 

  • United States: 159,184

  • Italy: 101, 739

  • Spain: 85,195

  • China: 82,198

  • Germany: 66,125

  • France: 45,169

  • Iran: 41,495

  • United Kingdom: 22,448

  • Switzerland: 15,760

  • Belgium: 11,899

  • Netherlands: 11,817

  • Turkey: 10,827

  • South Korea: 9,661

  • Austria: 9,597

  • Canada: 7,310

  • Portugal: 6,408

  • Israel: 4,695

  • Norway: 4,445

  • Brazil: 4,371

  • Australia: 4,361

  • Sweden: 4,028

  • Czechia: 2,942

  • Ireland: 2,910

  • Denmark: 2,755

  • Malaysia: 2,626

  • Chile: 2,449

  • Poland: 2,055

  • Luxembourg: 1,988

  • Ecuador: 1,962

  • Romania: 1,952

  • Japan: 1,866

  • Russia: 1,836

  • Pakistan: 1,690

  • Philippines: 1,546

  • Thailand: 1,524

  • Saudi Arabia: 1,453

  • Indonesia: 1,414

  • Finland: 1,352

  • South Africa: 1,326

  • India: 1,251

  • Greece: 1,212

  • Iceland: 1,086

 

 

For further information, please see Johns Hopkins University’s aggregate map

March 28, 2020

As of March 28, 2020 (09:26 AM ET), there are over 615,500 cases (>28,000 deaths) worldwide in 202 countries/territories.

 

British Virgin Islands has reported its first cases of COVID-19.

 

The United States has surpassed 100,000 cases. In the U.S., there are 104,860 confirmed/tested (1,711 deaths) COVID-19 cases. All 50 states and various U.S. territories are now reporting cases. Hawaii has reported its firth death.  The following states have issued stay-at-home orders: California, Illinois, New Jersey, New York, Louisiana, Connecticut, Washington, Ohio, Oregon, New Mexico, Massachusetts, Delaware, Michigan, West Virginia, Indiana, North Carolina, Wisconsin, Colorado, Minnesota, Montana, Alaska, and Hawaii.  

 

Current Confirmed Cases (Please note, instead of countries over 100 cases, TAG will now be reporting countries with over 1,000 cases):

 

  • United States: 104,860

  • Italy: 86,498

  • China: 81,996

  • Spain: 72,248

  • Germany: 53,340

  • Iran: 35,408

  • France: 33,437

  • United Kingdom: 14,754

  • Switzerland: 13,259

  • South Korea: 9,478

  • Belgium: 9,134

  • Netherlands: 8,647

  • Austria: 7,964

  • Turkey: 5,698

  • Canada: 4,760

  • Portugal: 4,268

  • Norway: 3,811

  • Australia: 3,640

  • Brazil: 3,477

  • Israel: 3,460

  • Sweden: 3,069

  • Czechia: 2,422

  • Denmark: 2,366

  • Malaysia: 2,320

  • Ireland: 2,121

  • Ecuador: 1,627

  • Chile: 1,610

  • Luxembourg: 1,605

  • Japan: 1,499

  • Romania: 1,452

  • Poland: 1,436

  • Pakistan: 1,415

  • Russia: 1,264

  • Thailand: 1,245

  • Saudi Arabia: 1,203

  • South Africa: 1,170

  • Finland: 1,170

  • Indonesia: 1,155

  • Philippines: 1,075

 

For further information, please see Johns Hopkins University’s aggregate map.

March 27, 2020

As of March 27, 2020 (11:34 AM ET), there are over 558,500 cases (>25,000 deaths) worldwide in 202 countries/territories. The U.S. now has the most reported cases of coronavirus in the world.

 

Saint Kitts and Nevis, Mali, Guinea-Bissau, and Anguilla, have reported their first cases of COVID-19. Honduras, South Africa, Nicaragua, and Venezuela has reported their first deaths from coronavirus.

 

In the United States, there are 86,012 confirmed/tested (1,301 deaths) COVID-19 cases. All 50 states and various U.S. territories are now reporting cases. Hawaii has reported its firth death.  The following states have issued stay-at-home orders: California, Illinois, New Jersey, New York, Louisiana, Connecticut, Washington, Ohio, Oregon, New Mexico, Massachusetts, Delaware, Michigan, West Virginia, Indiana, Wisconsin, Colorado, Minnesota, Montana, and Hawaii.  

 

Current Confirmed Cases (Please note, instead of countries over 100 cases, TAG will now be reporting countries with over 1,000 cases):

 

  • United States: 86,012

  • China: 81,897

  • Italy: 80,589

  • Spain: 64,059

  • Germany: 47,373

  • Iran: 32,332

  • France: 29,581

  • Switzerland: 12,311

  • United Kingdom: 11,830

  • South Korea: 9,332

  • Netherlands: 8,641

  • Austria: 7,393

  • Belgium: 7,284

  • Portugal: 4,268

  • Canada: 4,046

  • Norway: 3,687

  • Turkey: 3,629

  • Australia: 3,143

  • Sweden: 3,046

  • Israel: 3,035

  • Brazil: 2,991

  • Denmark: 2,163

  • Malaysia: 2,161

  • Czechia: 2,062

  • Ireland: 1,819

  • Chile: 1,610

  • Luxembourg: 1,453

  • Ecuador: 1,403

  • Japan: 1,387

  • Romania: 1,292

  • Poland: 1,289

  • Pakistan: 1,252

  • Thailand: 1,136

  • Saudi Arabia: 1,104

  • Indonesia: 1,046

  • Finland: 1,041

  • Russia: 1,036

 

For further information, please see Johns Hopkins University’s aggregate map.

March 26, 2020

As of March 26, 2020 (10:20 AM ET), there are over 491,600 cases (>22,000 deaths) worldwide in 201 countries/territories.

 

Lao People’s Democratic Republic have reported their first cases of COVID-19. The Palestinian state has reported its first death from coronavirus.

 

In the United States, there are 69,197 confirmed/tested (1,046 deaths) COVID-19 cases. All 50 states and various U.S. territories are now reporting cases. Hawaii has reported its firth death.  The following states have issued stay-at-home orders: California, Illinois, New Jersey, New York, Louisiana, Connecticut, Washington, Ohio, Oregon, New Mexico, Massachusetts, Delaware, Michigan, West Virginia, Indiana, Wisconsin, Colorado, Minnesota, and Hawaii.  

 

Current Confirmed Cases (Please note, instead of countries over 100 cases, TAG will now be reporting countries with over 1,000 cases):

 

  • China: 81,782

  • Italy: 74,386

  • US: 69,197

  • Spain: 56,188

  • Germany: 39,502

  • Iran: 29,406

  • France: 25,604

  • Switzerland: 11,125

  • United Kingdom: 9,642

  • South Korea: 9,241

  • Netherlands: 6,440

  • Belgium: 6,235

  • Austria: 6,001

  • Canada: 3,404

  • Norway: 3,191

  • Portugal: 2,995

  • Australia: 2,810

  • Brazil: 2,563

  • Sweden: 2,554

  • Israel: 2,495

  • Turkey: 2,433

  • Malaysia: 2,031

  • Denmark: 1,997

  • Czechia: 1,775

  • Ireland: 1,564

  • Luxembourg: 1,333

  • Japan: 1,307

  • Ecuador: 1,211

  • Chile: 1,142

  • Pakistan: 1,106

  • Poland: 1,085

  • Thailand: 1,045

  • Romania: 1,029

 

For further information, please see Johns Hopkins University’s aggregate map.

March 25, 2020

As of March 25, 2020 (10:34 AM ET), there are over 438,000 cases (>19,600 deaths) worldwide in 199 countries/territories.

 

Dominica, Turks and Caicos Islands, and Libya have reported their first cases of COVID-19. Spain and Italy deaths from coronavirus have individually exceeded that of China’s.  

 

In the United States, there are 55,243 confirmed/tested (802 deaths) COVID-19 cases. All 50 states and various U.S. territories are now reporting cases. Hawaii has reported its firth death.  The following states have issued stay-at-home orders: California, Illinois, New Jersey, New York, Louisiana, Connecticut, Washington, Ohio, Oregon, New Mexico, Massachusetts, Delaware, Michigan, West Virginia, Indiana, Wisconsin, and Hawaii.  

 

Current Confirmed Cases: (Please note, instead of countries over 100 cases, TAG will now be reporting countries with over 1,000 cases)

 

  • China: 81,661

  • Italy: 69,176

  • US: 55,243

  • Spain: 47,610

  • Germany: 35,353

  • Iran: 27,017

  • France: 22,647

  • Switzerland: 10,456

  • South Korea: 9,137

  • United Kingdom: 8,317

  • Netherlands: 5,585

  • Austria: 5,560

  • Belgium: 4,937

  • Portugal: 2,995

  • Norway 2,971

  • Canada: 2,792

  • Sweden: 2,526

  • Australia: 2,364

  • Brazil: 2,271

  • Israel: 2,170

  • Turkey: 1,874

  • Denmark: 1,852

  • Malaysia: 1,796

  • Czechia: 1,497

  • Ireland: 1,329

  • Japan: 1,193

  • Chiles: 1,142

  • Luxembourg: 1,099

  • Ecuador: 1,082

  • Pakistan: 1,022

 

For further information, please see Johns Hopkins University’s aggregate map.

March 24, 2020

As of March 24, 2020 (10:45 AM ET), there are over 395,600 cases (>17,200 deaths) worldwide in 197 countries/territories.

 

Syrian Arab Republic, Grenada, Mozambique, Laos, Myanmar, Belize have reported their first cases of COVID-19. Guam has announced their first death related to COVID-19.

 

In the United States, there are 46,485 confirmed/tested (591 deaths) COVID-19 cases. All 50 states and various U.S. territories are now reporting cases. Hawaii has reported its firth death.  The following states have issued stay-at-home orders: California, Illinois, New Jersey, New York, Louisiana, Connecticut, Washington, Ohio, Oregon, New Mexico, Massachusetts, Delaware, Michigan, West Virginia, Indiana, and Hawaii.  

 

Current Confirmed Cases (Please note, instead of countries over 100 cases, TAG will now be reporting countries with over 1,000 cases):

 

China: 81,588

Italy: 63,927

United States: 46,485

Spain: 39,673

Germany: 31,260

Iran: 24,811

France: 20,149

Switzerland: 9,117

South Korea: 9,037

United Kingdom: 6,733

Netherlands: 5,578

Austria: 4,876

Belgium: 4,269

Norway: 2,715

Portugal: 2,362

Sweden: 2,272

Canada: 2,088

Australia: 2,044

Brazil: 1,965

Denmark: 1,703

Israel: 1,656

Malaysia: 1,624

Turkey: 1,529

Czechia: 1,289

Japan: 1,140

Ireland: 1,125

 

For further information, please see Johns Hopkins University’s aggregate map.

March 23, 2020

As of March 23, 2020 (12:10 PM ET), there are over 353,600 cases (>15,400 deaths) worldwide in 193 countries/territories.

 

Papua New Guinea, Isle of Man, Timor-Leste, Haiti, Cabo Verde, Zimbabwe, Madagascar, Eritrea, Syria, Uganda have reported their first cases of COVID-19. Zimbabwe, Czech Republic, and Nigeria have announced their first deaths related to COVID-19.

 

In the United States, there are 35,345 confirmed/tested (473 deaths) COVID-19 cases. All 50 states and various U.S. territories are now reporting cases. The following states have issued stay-at-home orders: California, New York, Illinois, Ohio, New Jersey, Louisiana, Connecticut, Delaware, and Michigan.

 

Current Confirmed Cases (Please note, instead of countries over 100 cases, TAG will now be reporting countries with over 1,000 cases):

China: 81,496

Italy: 59,138

United States: 35,345

Spain: 33,089

Germany: 27,289

Iran: 23,049

France: 16,937

South Korea: 8,961

Switzerland: 8,547

United Kingdom: 5,748

Netherlands: 4,763

Austria: 3,967

Belgium: 3,743

Norway: 2,538

Portugal: 2,060

Sweden: 2,046

Australia: 1,682

Brazil: 1,620

Denmark: 1,572

Malaysia: 1,518

Canada: 1,469

Israel: 1,238

Turkey: 1,236

Czechia: 1,165

Japan: 1,101

 

For further information, please see Johns Hopkins University’s aggregate map.

March 21, 2020

As of March 21, 2020 (12:10 PM ET), there are over 287,200 cases (>11,900 deaths) worldwide in 187 countries/territories.

 

Angola, Fiji, New Caledonia, El Salvador, Chad, Niger, and Nicaragua have reported their first cases of COVID-19. United Arab Emirates, Russia, and Singapore have announced their first deaths related to COVID-19.

 

In the United States, there are 19,931 confirmed/tested (275 deaths) COVID-19 cases. All 50 states and various U.S. territories are now reporting cases. The states that have exceed 100 cases are: New York (7,102), Washington (1,402), California (1,261), New Jersey (894), Illinois (584), Florida (566), Michigan (548), Louisiana (537), Georgia (485), Massachusetts (413), Texas (372), Colorado (364), Pennsylvania (269), Tennessee (228), Wisconsin (216), Connecticut (194), Ohio (169), Nevada (165), Maryland (150), North Carolina (144), South Carolina (126), Minnesota (115), Virginia (115), Oregon (114), Utah (112), Alabama (106), Arkansas (100).

 

Current Confirmed Cases (countries with over 100 cases):

  • China: 81,304

  • Italy: 47,021

  • Spain: 25,374

  • Iran: 20,610

  • Germany: 20,142

  • United States: 19,931

  • France: 12,483

  • South Korea: 8,799

  • Switzerland: 6,113

  • United Kingdom: 4,014

  • Netherlands: 3,640

  • Belgium: 2,815

  • Austria: 2,814

  • Norway: 2,030

  • Sweden: 1,763

  • Denmark: 1,420

  • Portugal: 1,280

  • Malaysia: 1,1,83

  • Canada: 1,085

  • Australia: 1,071

  • Japan: 1,007

  • Brazil: 977

  • Czechia: 925

  • Israel: 883

  • Cruise Ship: 712

  • Ireland: 683

  • Turkey: 670

  • Luxembourg: 670

  • Pakistan: 666

  • Chile: 537

  • Finland: 521

  • Iceland: 473

  • Qatar: 470

  • Poland: 452

  • Indonesia: 450

  • Singapore: 432

  • Ecuador: 426

  • Thailand: 411

  • Saudi Arabia: 392

  • Slovenia: 383

  • Romania: 376

  • Philippines: 307

  • Russia: 306

  • Estonia: 306

  • Bahrain: 298

  • India: 294

  • Egypt: 285

  • Peru: 263

  • South Africa: 240

  • Iraq:208

  • Mexico: 203

  • Panama: 200

  • Lebanon: 187

  • Kuwait: 176

  • Croatia: 168

  • Armenia: 160

  • Argentina: 158

  • Colombia: 158

  • Taiwan: 153

  • Serbia: 149

  • San Marino: 144

  • Bulgaria: 142

  • United Arab Emirates: 140

  • Slovakia: 137

  • Latvia: 124

  • Costa Rica: 113

  • Dominican Republic: 112

  • Uruguay: 110

  • Hungary: 103

 

For further information, please see Johns Hopkins University’s aggregate map.

March 20, 2020

As of March 20, 2020 (11:55 AM ET), there are over 250,000 cases (10,389 deaths) worldwide in 181 countries/territories. The number of deaths has now surpassed 10,000.

 

Kyrgyzstan, Djibouti, Barbados, Niger, Haiti, Montserrat, Mauritius, Zambia, and Gambia have reported their first cases of COVID-19. Peru has announced its first death related to COVID-19. Serbia, Latvia, and Bulgaria have now exceeded 100 cases.

 

In the United States, there are 14,250 confirmed (205 deaths) COVID-19 cases. All 50 states and various U.S. territories are now reporting cases. The states that have exceed 100 cases are: New York (4,152), Washington (1,228), California (1,044), New Jersey (748), Florida (438), Illinois (422), Louisiana (392), Michigan (334), Massachusetts (328), Georgia (288), Colorado (277), Texas (234), Pennsylvania (197), Connecticut (159), Wisconsin (155), Tennessee (155), Ohio (120), Maryland (108), North Carolina (103). To limit the outbreak, the governor of California has ordered all 40 million residents to stay home.

 

Current Confirmed Cases (countries with over 100 cases):

  • China: 81,250

  • Italy: 41,035

  • Spain: 19,980

  • Iran: 19,644

  • Germany: 18,361

  • United States: 14,250

  • France: 10,891

  • South Korea: 8,652

  • Switzerland: 4,840

  • United Kingdom: 3,297

  • Netherlands: 2,468

  • Austria: 2,388

  • Belgium: 2,257

  • Norway: 1,802

  • Sweden: 1,639

  • Denmark: 1,308

  • Malaysia: 1,030

  • Portugal: 1,020

  • Japan:943

  • Canada: 873

  • Czechia: 774

  • Cruise Ship: 712

  • Israel: 705

  • Australia: 681

  • Brazil: 621

  • Ireland: 557

  • Luxembourg: 484

  • Pakistan: 479

  • Greece: 464

  • Qatar: 460

  • Finland: 450

  • Iceland: 409

  • Singapore: 385

  • Poland: 378

  • Indonesia: 369

  • Turkey: 359

  • Chile: 342

  • Slovenia: 341

  • Thailand: 322

  • Romania: 308

  • Bahrain: 285

  • Estonia: 283

  • Saudi Arabia: 274

  • Ecuador: 260

  • Egypt: 256

  • Russia: 253

  • India: 244

  • Peru: 234

  • Philipines: 230

  • South Africa: 202

  • Iraq: 192

  • Mexico: 164

  • Lebanon: 163

  • Kuwait: 159

  • San Marino: 144

  • United Arab Emirates: 140

  • Panama: 137

  • Armenia: 136

  • Taiwan: 135

  • Argentina: 128

  • Colombia: 128

  • Slovakia: 123

  • Serbia: 118

  • Croatia: 113

  • Latvia: 111

  • Bulgaria: 107

 

For further information, please see Johns Hopkins University’s aggregate map.

March 19, 2020

As of March 19, 2020 (10:18 ET), there are over 222,600 cases (9,115 deaths) worldwide in 177 countries/territories.

 

Fiji, Montenegro, El Salvador, and Nicaragua have reported their first cases of Covid-19. Mexico and Russia have reported its first coronavirus-related death. Croatia, Colombia, Panama, Armenia and Mexico have now exceeded 100 cases.

 

In the United States, there are 9,415 confirmed (150 deaths) COVID-19 cases. All 50 states and various U.S. territories are now reporting cases; West Virginia has now reported their first coronavirus case. The states that have exceed 100 cases are: New York (2,382), Washington (1,026), California (875), New Jersey (427), Florida (329), Illinois (288), Louisiana (280), Massachusetts (256), Colorado (216), Georgia (197), Texas (144), Pennsylvania (139), Wisconsin (106). 

 

Current Confirmed Cases (countries with over 100 cases):

  • China: 81,154

  • Italy: 35,713

  • Iran: 18,407

  • Spain: 15,014

  • Germany: 13,093

  • United States: 9,415

  • France: 9,058

  • South Korea: 8,565

  • Switzerland: 3,067

  • United Kingdom: 2,644

  • Netherlands: 2,056

  • Austria: 1,843

  • Belgium:1,795

  • Norway: 1,631

  • Sweden: 1,301

  • Denmark: 1,206

  • Japan: 924

  • Malaysia: 900

  • Canada: 727

  • Cruise Ship: 712

  • Australia: 681

  • Portugal: 642

  • Czechia: 572

  • Brazil: 529

  • Israel: 529

  • Qatar: 452

  • Greece: 418

  • Ireland: 366

  • Finland: 359

  • Pakistan: 335

  • Luxembourg: 335

  • Iceland:330

  • Singapore:313

  • Indonesia: 311

  • Poland: 305

  • Slovenia: 286

  • Romania: 277

  • Thailand: 272

  • Bahrain:269

  • Estonia: 267

  • Saudi Arabia: 238

  • Chile: 238

  • Philippines: 217

  • Egypt: 210

  • Turkey: 191

  • India: 176

  • Ecuador: 168

  • Iraq: 164

  • Peru: 155

  • Kuwait: 148

  • Russia: 147

  • Lebanon: 139

  • San Marino: 119

  • Mexico: 118

  • South Africa: 116

  • Armenia: 115

  • United Arab Emirates: 113

  • Panama: 109

  • Taiwan:108

  • Slovakia: 105

  • Colombia: 102

  • Croatia: 102

 

For more information, please see Johns Hopkins University’s aggregate map.

March 18, 2020

As of March 18, 2020 (10:36 ET), there are over 204,200 cases (8,246 deaths) worldwide in 170 countries.

 

Global coronavirus cases have now surpassed 200,000 cases. Guam, Somalia, Bahamas, Aruba, United States Virgin Islands, Benin, Liberia, and United Republic of Tanzania have reported their first cases of Covid-19. South Africa, United Arab of Emirates, Ecuador, Slovakia, and Taiwan have now exceeded 100 cases.

 

In the United States, there are 6,519 confirmed (115 deaths) COVID-19 cases. All 50 states and various U.S. territories are now reporting cases; West Virginia has now reported their first coronavirus case. The states that have exceed 100 cases are: New York (1,374), Washington (907), California (722), New Jersey (268), Massachusetts (218), Florida (211), Louisiana (196), Colorado (183), Illinois (160), Georgia (146), Texas (101), Pennsylvania (101). 

 

Current Confirmed Cases (countries with over 100 cases):

  • China: 81,102

  • Italy: 31,506

  • Iran: 17,361

  • Spain: 13,910

  • Germany: 10,082

  • South Korea: 8,413

  • France: 7,661

  • United States: 6,519

  • Switzerland: 2,700

  • Netherlands: 2,056

  • United Kingdom: 1,961

  • Belgium:1,486

  • Austria: 1,471

  • Norway: 1,424

  • Sweden: 1,212

  • Denmark: 1,091

  • Japan: 889

  • Malaysia: 790

  • Cruise Ship: 712

  • Canada: 598

  • Australia: 568

  • Czechia: 464

  • Portugal: 448

  • Qatar: 442

  • Israel: 433

  • Greece: 387

  • Brazil: 350

  • Finland: 336

  • Singapore: 313

  • Ireland: 292

  • Slovenia: 275

  • Estonia: 258

  • Bahrain: 256

  • Pakistan: 256

  • Poland: 251

  • Iceland: 250

  • Romania: 246

  • Chile: 288

  • Indonesia: 227

  • Thailand: 212

  • Luxembourg: 203

  • Philippines: 202

  • Egypt: 196

  • Saudi Arabia: 171

  • Iraq: 164

  • India: 156

  • Russia: 147

  • Kuwait: 142

  • Lebanon: 133

  • San Marino: 119

  • Peru: 117

  • South Africa: 116

  • United Arab Emirates: 113

  • Ecuador: 111

  • Slovakia: 105

  • Taiwan: 100

 

For further information, please see Johns Hopkins University’s aggregate map.

March 17, 2020

As of March 17, 2020 (14:02 ET), there are over 190,500 cases (7,500 deaths) worldwide in 164 countries.

 

Uzbekistan, Rwanda, Kazakhstan, Curacao, Namibia, Central African Republic, Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Eswatini, Mauritania, Mayotte, and Greenland have reported their first cases of Covid-19. Brazil has reported their first coronavirus-related death.

 

In the United States, there are 5,613 confirmed (93 deaths) COVID-19 cases. The following 49 states and U.S. territories are reporting cases: New York (1,374), Washington (787), California (583), Massachusetts (197), New Jersey (176), Louisiana (171),  Colorado (161), Florida (142), Georgia (121), Illinois (105), Texas (87), Pennsylvania (85), Virginia (67), Maryland (57), Minnesota (54), Michigan (54), Tennessee (52), Ohio (50), Wisconsin (47), Oregon (46), Nevada (45), Connecticut (41), Utah (39), Alabama (36), North Carolina (34), Nebraska (33), South Carolina (33), Indiana (30), Kentucky (22), District of Columbia (22), Iowa (22), Arkansas (22), Rhode Island (21), New Mexico (21), Arizona (18), New Hampshire (17), Maine (17), Kansas (14), Mississippi (12), Oklahoma (10), Hawaii (10), South Dakota (10), Missouri (9), Vermont (8), Delaware (8), Montana (8), Idaho (7), Puerto Rico (5), Alaska (3), Wyoming (3), Guam (3), Virgin Islands (2), North Dakota (1).

 

Current Confirmed Cases (countries with over 100 cases):

  • China: 81,058

  • Italy: 27,980

  • Iran: 16,169

  • Spain: 11,309

  • Germany: 8,604

  • South Korea: 8,320

  • France: 6,664

  • United States: 5,613

  • Switzerland: 2,700

  • United Kingdom: 1,960

  • Netherlands: 1,708

  • Norway: 1,443

  • Austria: 1,332

  • Belgium: 1,243

  • Sweden: 1,190

  • Denmark: 1,024

  • Japan: 878

  • Malaysia: 673

  • Australia: 452

  • Portugal: 448

  • Canada: 447

  • Qatar: 439

  • Czechia: 396

  • Greece: 387

  • Israel: 324

  • Finland: 321

  • Brazil: 321

  • Slovenia: 275

  • Singapore: 266

  • Pakistan: 236

  • Bahrain:228

  • Estonia: 225

  • Ireland: 223

  • Poland: 221

  • Iceland: 220

  • Chile: 201

  • Philippines: 187

  • Romania: 184

  • Thailand: 177

  • Indonesia: 172

  • Egypt: 166

  • Iraq: 154

  • India: 142

  • Luxembourg: 140

  • Saudi Arabia: 133

  • Kuwait: 130

  • Lebanon: 120

  • Peru: 117

  • Russia: 114

  • San Marino: 109

March 16, 2020

As of March 16, 2020 (15:10 EST), there are over 179,200 cases (7,070 deaths) worldwide in 161 countries.

 

In the United States, there are 4,093 confirmed (69 deaths) COVID-19 cases. The following 49 states are reporting cases: New York (950), Washington (676), California (491), Massachusetts (164), Colorado (136), Florida (138), Louisiana (103), Georgia (99), New Jersey (98), Illinois (95), Texas (79), Pennsylvania (70), Michigan (53), Virginia (45), Tennessee (39), Maryland (39), Oregon (38), Ohio (37), Minnesota (54), Michigan (53), Virginia (45), Nevada (42), Tennessee (39), Maryland (39), Oregon (38), Ohio (37), Wisconsin (33), Nebraska (33), North Carolina (32), Utah (28), South Carolina (28), Connecticut (26), Indiana (24), Alabama (23), Iowa (22), Arkansas (220, Rhode Island (21), Kentucky (21), Arizona (18), District of Columbia (17), New Mexico (17), New Hampshire (13), Maine (12), Oklahoma (10), Mississippi (10), Kansas (9), South Dakota (9), Vermont (8), Hawaii (7), Delaware( 7), Missouri (6), Montana (6), Idaho (5), Puerto Rico (5), Wyoming (3), Guam (3), North Dakota (1), Alaska (1), Virginia Islands (1).

 

Current Confirmed Cases (countries with over 100 cases):

China: 81,032

Italy: 27,980

Iran: 14,991

Spain: 9,428

South Korea: 8,236

Germany: 7,174

France: 5,397

United States: 4,138

Switzerland: 2,200

United Kingdom: 1,551

Netherlands: 1,414

Norway: 1,312

Sweden: 1,103

Belgium: 1,058

Austria: 1,018

Denmark: 932

Japan: 825

Malaysia: 566

Qatar: 439

Canada: 405

Australia: 377

Portugal: 331

Greece: 331

Czechia: 298

Finland: 277

Israel: 255

Slovenia: 253

Singapore: 243

Bahrain: 214

Estonia: 205

Brazil: 200

Iceland: 180

Ireland: 169

Romania: 158

Chile: 155

Egypt: 150

Poland: 150

Thailand: 147

Philippines: 142

Pakistan: 136

Indonesia: 134

Iraq: 124

Kuwait: 123

India: 119

Saudi Arabia: 118

San Marino: 109

March 14, 2020

As of March 14, 2020 (10:50 EST), there are over 149,600 cases (>5,500 deaths) worldwide in 146 countries.

 

The World Health Organization has declared COVID-19 a pandemic; the epicenter is Europe. Venezuela and Uruguay (in Latin America), Jersey, Reunion, Guyana, and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines have now reported their first cases of COVID-19.

 

In the United States, there are 2,195 confirmed (49 deaths) COVID-19 cases. The following 49 states are reporting cases: Washington (510), New York (421), California (314), Massachusetts (123), Colorado (77), Florida (71), Texas (51), New Jersey (51), Illinois (46), Georgia (42), Pennsylvania (42), Louisiana (36), Virginia (30), Oregon (29), Nebraska (28), Tennessee (26), Michigan (25), Nevada (19), Maryland (18), North Carolina (17), Iowa (17), Rhode Island (14), Minnesota (14), South Carolina (13), Ohio (13), Indiana (12), Connecticut (12), Kentucky (11), District of Columbia (10), New Mexico (10), Arizona (9), South Dakota (9), Arkansas (9), Wisconsin (8), New Hampshire (7), Kansas (6), Utah (5), Missouri (5), Alabama (5), Delaware (4), Mississippi (4), Montana (4), Oklahoma (3), Maine (3), Puerto Rico (3), Hawaii (2), Vermont (2), Wyoming (2), North Dakota (1), Alaska (1), Idaho (1).

 

In the U.S., 47 states (excluding: Maine, Mississippi, and Oklahoma), the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico have declared a state of emergency.

 

Current Confirmed Cases (countries with over 100 cases):

  • China: 80,976 

  • Italy: 17,660

  • Iran: 12,729

  • Republic of Korea: 8,086

  • Spain: 5,232

  • Germany: 3,758

  • France: 3,667

  • United States: 2,175

  • Switzerland: 1,359

  • Norway: 996

  • Sweden: 867

  • Denmark: 836

  • Netherlands: 804

  • United Kingdom: 801

  • Japan: 725

  • Belgium: 689

  • Austria: 602

  • Qatar: 337

  • Australia: 250

  • Bahrain: 210

  • Finland: 210

  • Singapore: 200

  • Canada: 198

  • Malaysia: 197

  • Greece: 190

  • Israel: 164

  • Brazil: 151

  • Chechia: 150

  • Slovenia: 141

  • Iceland: 134

  • Portugal: 112

  • Estonia: 109

  • Iraq: 101

  • Kuwait: 100

March 13, 2020

As of March 13, 2020 (14:10 EST), there are over 142,700 cases (5,373 deaths) worldwide in 135 countries.

 

The World Health Organization has declared COVID-19 a pandemic; Europe has now become the epicenter of the pandemic. Kenya, French Polynesia, and Cote d’Ivoire have reported their first cases of COVID-19. The death toll in Italy has risen past 1,000 cases.

 

In the United States, there are 1,872 confirmed (41 deaths) COVID-19 cases. The following 47 states are reporting cases: New York (424), Washington (420), California (252), Massachusetts (108), Colorado (72), Texas (46), Florida (46), Georgia (42), Pennsylvania (33), Louisiana (33), Illinois (32), New Jersey (30), Virginia (30), Oregon (29), Nebraska (26), Tennessee (18), Maryland (18), Iowa (16), North Carolina (15), Rhode Island (14), Indiana (12), South Carolina (12), Michigan (12), Kentucky (11), Nevada (10), District of Columbia (10), New Mexico (10), Arizona (9), Minnesota (9), South Dakota (9), Wisconsin (8),  New Hampshire (6), Kansas (6), Connecticut (6), Arkansas (6), Ohio (5), Oklahoma (4), Delaware (4), Utah (3), Mississippi (3), Maine (3), Hawaii (2), Missouri (2), Vermont (2), North Dakota (1), Wyoming (1), Alaska (1), and Alabama (1).

 

Thirty-seven (37) states (California, Oregon, Washington, Hawaii, Alaska, Nevada, Idaho, Montana, Utah, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Kansas, Texas, Iowa, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illinois, Arkansas, Louisiana, Indiana, Michigan, Kentucky, Tennessee, Ohio, West Virginia, North Carolina, Virginia, Pennsylvania, New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Maryland, New Jersey, Delaware, and Florida), the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico in the US have declared a state of emergency.

 

Current Confirmed Cases (countries with over 100 cases):

  • China: 80,942 

  • Italy: 15,113

  • Iran: 11,364

  • Republic of Korea: 7,979

  • Spain: 4,334

  • Germany: 3,156

  • France: 2,882

  • United States: 1,872

  • Switzerland: 1,125

  • Sweden: 809

  • Netherlands: 788

  • Norway: 750

  • Japan: 639

  • Belgium: 556

  • Austria: 302

  • Qatar: 262

  • Malaysia: 197

  • Bahrain: 189

  • Singapore: 187

  • Israel: 157

  • Finland: 155

  • Brazil: 151

  • Greece: 133

  • Czechia: 117

  • Portugal: 112

  • Iceland: 103

 

Please see the CDC’s Travel Recommendations for travel guidance.

March 12, 2020

As of March 12, 2020 (10:23 EST), there are over 127,800 cases (4,718 deaths) worldwide in 123 countries.

 

The World Health Organization has declared COVID-19 a pandemic. Cuba and Honduras have now also reported their first cases of COVID-19. Currently, a total of 14 countries are impacted in Latin America. Greece, Algeria, Ireland, and Indonesia have confirmed their first deaths from COVID-19.

 

In the United States, there are 1,323 confirmed (38 deaths) COVID-19 cases. The following 44 states are reporting cases: Washington (338), New York (225), California (201), Massachusetts (95), Colorado (34), Texas (33), Georgia (31), Florida (29), Illinois (25), Nebraska (23), New Jersey (23), Pennsylvania (21), Oregon (20), Iowa (14), Maryland (13), Louisiana (13), North Carolina (12), Indiana (11), South Carolina (10), District of Columbia (10), Arizona (9), Virginia (9),Kentucky (8), Tennessee (8), South Dakota (8), Nevada (7), Wisconsin (6),  Rhode Island (5), New Hampshire (5), Minnesota (5), Ohio (5), New Mexico (4), Utah (3), Oklahoma (3), Connecticut (3), Hawaii (2), Vermont (2), Michigan (2), Kansas (1), Missouri (1), Arkansas 1), Delaware (1), Mississippi (1), North Dakota (1), Wyoming (1).

 

Twenty-five (25) states and the District of Columbia in the US (California, Oregon, Washington, Hawaii, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, Iowa, Arkansas, Louisiana, Illinois, Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, West Virginia, Florida, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, and Maryland) have declared a state of emergency.

 

Current Confirmed Cases (countries with over 100 cases):

  • China: 80,932 

  • Italy: 12,462

  • Iran: 10,075

  • Republic of Korea: 7,869

  • France: 2,284

  • Spain: 2,277

  • Germany: 2,078

  • United States: 1,323

  • Norway: 702

  • Switzerland: 652

  • Japan: 639

  • Denmark: 617

  • Netherlands: 503

  • Sweden: 500

  • United Kingdom: 459

  • Belgium: 314

  • Austria: 302

  • Qatar: 262

  • Bahrain:195

  • Singapore: 178

  • Malaysia: 149

  • Israel: 130

  • Australia: 128

  • Canada: 117

 

Please see the CDC’s Travel Recommendations for travel guidance.

March 11, 2020

As of March 11, 2020 (11:03 EST), there are over 121,500 cases (4,370 deaths) worldwide in 119 countries.

 

The first cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Bolivia, Turkey, Congo (DRC), Jamaica, Brunei Darussalam, Cyprus, and Guernsey. Indonesia, Panama, Lebanon, and Morocco have reported their first deaths from COVID-19.

 

In the United States, there are 1,050 confirmed (29 deaths) COVID-19 cases. The following 38 states are reporting cases: Washington (279), California (178), New York (173), Massachusetts (92), Texas (30), Florida (23), Georgia (22), Illinois (19), Colorado (17), Nebraska (16), New Jersey (15), Oregon (14), Iowa (13), Pennsylvania (12), Maryland (9), South Carolina (9), Kentucky (8), Virginia (8), North Carolina (7), Tennessee (7), Arizona (6), Indiana (6), Louisiana (6), Rhode Island (5), New Hampshire (5), South Dakota (5), Nevada (4), District of Columbia (4), Wisconsin (3), Utah (3), Minnesota (3), Ohio (3), Oklahoma (2), Hawaii (2), Connecticut (2), Michigan (2), Kansas (1), Missouri (1), Vermont (1).

 

Seventeen (17) states in the US (California, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, New Jersey, Ohio, Maryland, Kentucky, New York, Utah, Oregon, Colorado, North Carolina, Michigan, Massachusetts, and Washington) have declared a state of emergency.

 

Current Confirmed Cases (countries with over 100 cases):

  • China: 80,969 

  • Italy: 10,149

  • Iran: 9,000

  • Republic of Korea: 7,755

  • Spain: 2,174

  • France: 1,784

  • Germany: 1,629

  • United States: 1,050

  • Switzerland: 613

  • Japan: 581

  • Netherlands: 503

  • Sweden: 477

  • Norway: 440

  • United Kingdom: 382

  • Denmark: 340

  • Belgium:314

  • Austria: 206

  • Bahrain: 189

  • Singapore: 178

  • Malaysia: 149

  • Australia: 107

 

Please see the CDC’s Travel Recommendations for travel guidance.

March 10, 2020

As of March 10, 2020 (08:30:00 EST), there are over 115,800 cases (4,000 deaths) worldwide in 115 countries.

 

The first cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed Bangladesh, Albania, Mongolia, and Panama. Egypt and Germany have reported their first deaths from COVID-19.

 

In the United States, there are 755 confirmed (26 deaths) COVID-19 cases. The following 36 states are reporting cases: Washington (179), Oregon (13), California (167), Nevada (4), Arizona (6), Utah, (2), Colorado (12), Nebraska (16), Kansas (1), Oklahoma (1), Texas (24), Minnesota (2), Iowa (8), Missouri (1), Wisconsin (2), Illinois (11), Indiana (4), Ohio (3), Kentucky (6), Tennessee (3), New Hampshire (4), Massachusetts (28), Rhode Island (3), Vermont (1), Connecticut (2), New York (142), Pennsylvania (10), Maryland (6), Delaware (1), New Jersey (11), Virginia (5),  North Carolina (7), South Carolina (7), Georgia (16), Florida (15), Hawaii (2), Louisiana (1), and District of Columbia (4).

 

Thirteen (13) states in the US (California, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, New Jersey, Ohio, Maryland, Kentucky, New York, Utah, Oregon, and Washington) have declared a state of emergency. The declaration of a “state of emergency” for U.S. states and regions provides local, state, and/or federal governments with the power and ability to use and mobilize all necessary levels governmental institutions to manage and mitigate the outbreak. This may include providing financial assistance, preventing price gouging of products (i.e. hand sanitizer and disinfectant), coordinating outbreak response, and providing preparation guidance.

 

Current Confirmed Cases (countries with over 100 cases):

  • China: 80,756 

  • Italy: 9,172

  • Iran: 8,042

  • South Korea: 7,513

  • Spain: 1,500

  • France: 1,412

  • Germany: 1,281

  • United States: 755

  • Japan: 530

  • Switzerland: 374

  • United Kingdom: 321

  • Netherlands: 321

  • Belgium: 267

  • Sweden: 264

  • Norway: 227

  • Singapore: 160

  • Austria: 157

  • Malaysia: 117

  • Hong Kong: 115

  • Denmark: 113

  • Bahrain: 109

Please see the CDC’s Travel Recommendations for travel guidance.

March 09, 2020

As of March 09, 2020 (17:40 EST), there are over 111,580 cases (3,900 deaths) worldwide in 109 countries.

 

The first case of COVID-19 has been confirmed in Paraguay in the Latin American region; the first death in the Latin America region has also been reported in Argentina (from Saturday March 07, 2020). Additionally, Bulgaria, Faroe Islands, French Guiana, Maldives, Malta, Martinique, and Republic of Moldova have also reported first cases of COVID-19. In the North America region, Canada has also reported its first death from COVID-19.

 

In the United States, there are 655 confirmed (26 deaths) COVID-19 cases. The following 36 states are reporting cases: Washington (174), Oregon (13), California (135), Nevada (4), Arizona (5), Utah, (2), Colorado (9), Nebraska (16), Kansas (1), Oklahoma (1), Texas (24), Minnesota (2), Iowa (3), Missouri (1), Wisconsin (1), Illinois (7), Indiana (2), Ohio (3), Kentucky (4), Tennessee (3), New Hampshire (4), Massachusetts (28), Rhode Island (3), Vermont (1), Connecticut (1), New York (142), Pennsylvania (10), Maryland (5), Delaware (1), New Jersey (11), Virginia (3),  North Carolina (2), South Carolina (7), Georgia (11), Florida (13), Hawaii (2), Louisiana (1), and District of Columbia (1).

 

Eight (8) states in the US (California, Florida, Maryland, Kentucky, New York, Utah, Oregon, and Washington) have declared a state of emergency. The declaration of a “state of emergency” for U.S. states and regions provides local, state, and/or federal governments with the power and ability to use and mobilize all necessary levels governmental institutions to manage and mitigate the outbreak. This may include providing financial assistance, preventing price gouging of products (i.e. hand sanitizer and disinfectant), coordinating outbreak response, and providing preparation guidance.

 

Current Confirmed Cases (countries with over 100 cases):

  • China: 80,735  

  • Italy: 9,172

  • South Korea: 7,478

  • Iran: 7,161

  • France: 1,209

  • Germany: 1,176

  • Spain: 1,073

  • “Diamond Princess” cruise ship: 696

  • United States: 607

  • Japan: 511

  • Switzerland: 374

  • United Kingdom: 321

  • Netherlands: 321

  • Sweden: 248

  • Belgium: 239

  • Norway: 205

  • Singapore: 150

  • Austria: 131

  • Canada: 132

  • Malaysia: 117

  • Hong Kong: 115

 

Please see the CDC’s Travel Recommendations for travel guidance.

March 07, 2020

As of March 07, 2020 (12:43 EST), there are over 102,470 cases (3,500 deaths) worldwide in 101 countries.

 

The first cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Peru, Colombia, and Costa Rica in the Latin American region.

 

In the United States, there are 340 confirmed (17 deaths) COVID-19 cases. The following twenty-eight (28) states are reporting cases: Washington (86), Oregon (2), California (80), Nevada (2), Arizona (5), Utah, (2), Colorado (8); Nebraska (14), Oklahoma (1); Texas (19), Minnesota (1), Wisconsin (1), Illinois (6), Indiana (1), Kentucky (1), New Hampshire (2), Massachusetts (8), Rhode Island (3), New York (76), Pennsylvania (2), Maryland (3); New Jersey (4); North Carolina (2), South Carolina (2), Georgia (6), Florida (8), Hawaii (1), and Tennessee (1). 

 

Five (5) states in the US (California, Florida, Maryland, New York, and Washington) have declared a state of emergency. The declaration of a “state of emergency” for U.S. states and regions provides local, state, and/or federal governments with the power and ability to use and mobilize all necessary levels governmental institutions to manage and mitigate the outbreak. This may include providing financial assistance, preventing price gouging of products (i.e. hand sanitizer and disinfectant), coordinating outbreak response, and providing preparation guidance.

 

Current Confirmed Cases (countries with over 100 cases):

  • China: 80,651  

  • South Korea: 7,041

  • Italy: 5,883

  • Iran: 4,747

  • “Diamond Princess” cruise ship: 696

  • Germany: 670

  • France: 653

  • Japan: 420

  • Spain: 401

  • United States: 346

  • Switzerland: 214

  • United Kingdom: 206

  • Singapore: 130

  • Netherlands: 188

  • Belgium: 109

  • Norway: 108

  • Hong Kong: 108

  • Sweden: 101

 

Please see the CDC’s Travel Recommendations for travel guidance.

March 06, 2020

As of March 06, 2020 (08:25 EST), there are over 100,200 cases (3,400 deaths) worldwide in 96 countries. (John Hopkins University).

 

The first cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in the Vatican City, Cameroon, Bhutan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Gibraltar, Hungary, Slovenia, and occupied Palestinian territory.  

 

In the United States, there are 233 confirmed (14 deaths) COVID-19 cases. The following twenty (20) states are reporting cases: Washington (75), Oregon (2), California (60), Arizona (2), Utah, (1), Colorado (1); Nebraska (13), Texas (14), Wisconsin (1), Illinois (5), New Hampshire (2), Massachusetts (2), Rhode Island (2), New York (22), Maryland (3); New Jersey (2); North Carolina (1), Georgia (2), Florida (4), and Tennessee (1). 

 

Three (3) states in the US (California, Florida, and Washington) have declared a state of emergency.

 

Current Confirmed Cases (countries with over 100 cases):

  • China: 80,556  

  • South Korea: 6,593

  • Italy: 4,747

  • Iran: 3,858

  • “Diamond Princess” cruise ship: 696

  • Germany: 577

  • France: 423

  • Japan: 381

  • Spain: 360

  • United States: 233

  • Switzerland: 138

  • Singapore: 130

  • United Kingdom: 116

  • Belgium: 109

  • Norway: 106

  • Hong Kong: 106

  • Sweden: 101

March 05, 2020

As of March 05, 2020 (14:30 EST), there are approximately 97,800 COVID-19 cases (3,347 deaths) worldwide in 91countries. (See updates from John Hopkins University).

The first case of COVID-19 has been identified in South Africa. Other cases identified are below:

  • South Korea: 6,088 confirmed 

  • Italy: 3,858 confirmed 

  • Iran: 3,513 confirmed 

  • Japan: 360 confirmed

  • France: 377 confirmed 

  • Germany: 482 confirmed 

  • Spain: 259 confirmed 

  • Singapore: 117 confirmed

  • Hong Kong: 105 confirmed

  • United Kingdom: 115 confirmed

  • Switzerland: 114 confirmed

  • United States: 177 confirmed (11 deaths) 

In the United States, the following eighteen (18) states are reporting cases: Washington (46), Oregon (2), California (54), Arizona (2), Utah, (1), Nebraska (13), Texas (12), Wisconsin (1), Illinois (4), New Hampshire (2), Massachusetts (2), Rhode Island (2), New York (13), New Jersey (1); North Carolina (1), Georgia (2), Florida (4), and Tennessee (1). 

Three (3) states in the US (California, Florida, and Washington) have declared a state of emergency.

March 04, 2020

As of March 04, 2020 (18:02 EST), there are approximately 95,100 cases (3,254 deaths) worldwide in 85 countries. (See updates from John Hopkins University).

Current rate of change between March 03 – March 04 :​

  • South Korea: 5,621 confirmed COVID-19 cases (~6% increase)

  • Italy: 3,089 confirmed COVID-19 cases (23% increase)

  • Iran: 2,922 confirmed COVID-19 cases (25% increase)

  • Japan: 331 confirmed COVID-19 cases (13% increase)

  • France: 285 confirmed COVID-19 cases (~40% increase)

  • Germany: 262 confirmed COVID-19 cases (~34% increase)

  • Spain: 222 confirmed COVID-19 cases (~35% increase)

  • United States: 153 confirmed (11 deaths) COVID-19 cases (~25% increase)

  • Singapore: 110 confirmed

  • Hong Kong: 102 confirmed

 

In the United States, the following sixteen (16) states are reporting cases: Washington (44), Oregon (2), California (51), Arizona (2), Utah, (1), Nebraska (13), Texas (11), Wisconsin (1), Illinois (4), New Hampshire (2), Massachusetts (2), Rhode Island (2), New York (11), North Carolina (1), Georgia (2), and Florida (3).  

March 03, 2020

As of March 03, 2020, there are approximately 93,000 cases (3,198 deaths) worldwide in 79 countries. (See updates from John Hopkins University).

 

In Latin America, Argentina and Chile have announced their first confirmed cases of COVID-19. There is an increasing number of cases in the Eastern Mediterranean region.

Current rate of change between March 02 – March 03 :

  • South Korea: 5,328 confirmed COVID-19 cases (~23% increase)

  • Italy: 2,502 confirmed COVID-19 cases (~48% increase)

  • Iran: 2,336 confirmed COVID-19 cases (~139% increase)

  • Japan: 293 confirmed COVID-19 cases (14% increase)

  • France: 204 confirmed COVID-19 cases (104% increase)

  • Germany: 196 confirmed (~52% increase)

  • Spain: 165 confirmed cases (~267% increase)

  • United States: 122 confirmed (9 deaths) COVID-19 cases (37% increase)

March 02, 2020

As of March 02, 2020, there are approximately 89,000 cases worldwide in 74 countries. (Read more here).

 

Current rate of change between March 01 – March 02 :

  • Korea: 4,335 confirmed COVID-19 cases (16% increase)

  • Italy: 1,694 confirmed COVID-19 cases (50% increase)

  • Iran: 978 confirmed COVID-19 cases (65% increase)

  • Japan: 256 confirmed COVID-19 cases (7%)

  • United States: 86 confirmed COVID-19 cases (39%)

March 01, 2020

As of March 01, 2020, there are approximately 87,500 cases worldwide in over 60 countries (see more here from Johns Hopkins University).

 

February 29, 2020

As of February 29, 2020 there are approximately 85,400 cases worldwide in 61 countries. The CDC currently considers four (4) countries high risk (South Korea, Italy, Iran, China), and one (1) enhanced risk (Japan).

 

In the United States there are 64 confirmed cases. There is now evidence of possible community transmission associated with cases in California, Oregon, and Washington.

 

Latin America and Africa have now reported confirmed cases in Brazil, Mexico and Nigeria, respectively.

February 28, 2020

As of February 28, 2020, there are approximately 83,000 cases worldwide, 53 countries.

In the United States, there are 60 confirmed cases with apparent evidence of possible community transmission associated with a case in California

 

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