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On February 11, 2020 the World Health Organization announced an official name for the disease that is causing the current outbreak of coronavirus disease, COVID-19. CDC will be updating our website and other CDC materials to reflect the updated name.

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) in the U.S.

Updated March 23, 2020

CDC is closely monitoring an outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a novel (new) coronavirus. The outbreak first started in Wuhan, China, but cases have been identified in a growing number of other international locations, including the United States. This page will be updated regularly on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.

COVID-19: U.S. at a Glance*
Total cases68,440
Total deaths994
Under investigation§66,730
Close contact2712

* Cumulative since March 22, 2020.
Numbers closed out at 4 p.m. the day before reporting.
§ Includes specimens received and awaiting testing, as well as specimens en route to CDC.
‡Does not include PUIs in the US that were evacuated from the Diamond Princess cruise ship, including presumptive-positive cases.

Number of states and territories with PUI: 42

States Reporting Cases of COVID-19 to CDC*

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States

StateRangeCases ReportedCommunity Transmission
Alabama51 to 10078Undetermined
Alaska6 to 509Undetermined
American SamoaNoneNoneN/A
Arizona6 to 5044Yes, widespread
Arkansas51 to 10064Yes, defined area(s)
California501 to 1000982Yes, widespread
Colorado101 to 500277Yes, defined area(s)
Connecticut101 to 500159Undetermined
Delaware6 to 5030Undetermined
Washington D.C.51 to 10071Undetermined
Florida101 to 500393Undetermined
Georgia101 to 500397Yes, widespread
Guam6 to 5012Undetermined
Hawaii6 to 5020Undetermined
Idaho6 to 5023Undetermined
Illinois101 to 500422Yes, defined area(s)
Indiana51 to 10056Undetermined
Iowa6 to 5044Yes, widesoread
Kansas6 to 5035Undetermined
Kentucky6 to 5043Undetermined
Louisiana101 to 500392Yes, defined area(s)
Maine51 to 10052Yes, defined area(s)
Marshall IslandsNoneNoneN/A
Maryland101 to 500149Yes, widespread
Massachusetts101 to 500328Yes, widespread
Michigan101 to 500334Undetermined
MicronesiaNoneNoneN/A
Minnesota101 to 500115Yes, defined area(s)
Mississippi51 to 10080Yes, defined area(s)
Missouri6 to 5028Undetermined
Montana6 to 5015Undetermined
Nevada51 to 10095Yes, defined area(s)
Nebraska6 to 5027Yes, defined area(s)
New Hampshire6 to 5044Yes, defined area(s)
New Jersey501 to 1000742Yes, defined area(s)
New Mexico6 to 5035Undetermined
New York5001 or more6834Yes (defined area or widespread
North Carolina101 to 500137Undetermined
North Dakota6 to 5019Undetermined
Northern MarianasNoneNoneN/A
Ohio101 to 500119Undetermined
Oklahoma6 to 5049Yes, widespread
Oregon51 to 10088Yes, defined area(s)
PalauNoneNoneN/A
Pennsylvania101 to 500185Yes, defined area(s)
Puerto Rico1 to 51 to 5Undetermined
Rhode Island6 to 5044Undetermined
South Carolina51 to 10081Yes, defined area(s)
South Dakota6 to 5014Undetermined
Tennessee101 to 500154Yes, defined area(s)
Texas101 to 500143Undetermined
Utah51 to 10068Undetermined
Vermont6 to 5016Undetermined
Virgin Islands1 to 51 to 5Undetermined
Virginia101 to 500114Yes, defined area(s)
Washington1001 to 50001376Yes (defined area or widespread)
West Virginia1 to 51 to 5Undetermined
Wisconsin101 to 500155Yes, defined area(s)
Wyoming6 to 5018Yes, defined area(s)

* Data include both confirmed and presumptive positive cases of COVID-19 reported to CDC or tested at CDC since January 21, 2020, with the exception of testing results for persons repatriated to the United States from Wuhan, China and Japan. State and local public health departments are now testing and publicly reporting their cases. In the event of a discrepancy between CDC cases and cases reported by state and local public health officials, data reported by states should be considered the most up to date.

Self-reported by health department characterizing the level of community transmission in their jurisdiction as: “Yes, widespread” (defined as: widespread community transmission across several geographical areas); “Yes, defined area(s)” (defined as: distinct clusters of cases in a, or a few, defined geographical area(s)); “Undetermined” (defined as: 1 or more cases but not classified as “Yes” to community transmission); or “N/A” (defined as: no cases).

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