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StateCurrently hospitalized per 1 million peopleTotal test resultsTotal casesCurrently hospitalizedDeaths
National total17034683340128000689N/A492578
Alabama15622650864889737629660
Alaska5216534255556038290
American Samoa0214000
Arizona2157478323810658151515650
Arkansas18226098373165935455377
California176475133673450058690849563
Colorado8060435834223904475907
Connecticut14365622462766915117572
Delaware1891363675852281811379
District of Columbia305120160539844211998
Florida201212641991844228419830749
Georgia2597076399990821269616927
Guam2511646077274130
Hawaii2610701702800037431
Idaho646325611695841101826
Illinois117177215611177320148822528
Indiana131781575165703787312450
Iowa7213032122778212275400
Kansas7412434992917152144643
Kentucky20138573053990138944476
Louisiana15354461674260487159503
Maine5015825594373667660
Maryland16276895413776289787762
Massachusetts1281566240457178387915883
Michigan891011896863971289116380
Minnesota4867796134800912696434
Mississippi19117274082912225716577
Missouri185441101047579111277885
Montana81105621799040851346
Nebraska8723230101994021662050
Nevada19526782492915435814903
New Hampshire831413885739231121155
New Jersey23110446752772267204722978
New Mexico12526278171833352613644
New York305367609441591585597738031
North Carolina15210095431846284156310965
North Dakota41139582999416311468
Northern Mariana Islands0175721432
Ohio1179830863958153135916968
Oklahoma15334300904202126024227
Oregon4634981651531341912155
Pennsylvania15310150802917848196323711
Puerto Rico68405448994762251986
Rhode Island16129028221242621702476
South Carolina19548496255069129778357
South Dakota105418787111546911863
Tennessee1686804207766089112911153
Texas248192422812606275701441641
US Virgin Islands046486258925
Utah8828093603677892711865
Vermont5910290491469137199
Virginia192577899456703916217658
Washington7651202263349625654857
West Virginia16321536211301392962274
Wisconsin6067097596134193476910
Wyoming366250365394421671
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StateAverage daily new COVID-19 cases per 100k people (past 7 days)Total test resultsTotal casesCurrently hospitalizedDeaths
National total2034683340128000689N/A492578
Alabama1922650864889737629660
Alaska1616534255556038290
American Samoa0214000
Arizona227478323810658151515650
Arkansas1526098373165935455377
California14475133673450058690849563
Colorado1960435834223904475907
Connecticut2365622462766915117572
Delaware281363675852281811379
District of Columbia15120160539844211998
Florida28212641991844228419830749
Georgia297076399990821269616927
Guam211646077274130
Hawaii410701702800037431
Idaho176325611695841101826
Illinois14177215611177320148822528
Indiana14781575165703787312450
Iowa1213032122778212275400
Kansas2112434992917152144643
Kentucky2638573053990138944476
Louisiana1754461674260487159503
Maine1015825594373667660
Maryland1376895413776289787762
Massachusetts231566240457178387915883
Michigan121011896863971289116380
Minnesota1467796134800912696434
Mississippi1217274082912225716577
Missouri9441101047579111277885
Montana19105621799040851346
Nebraska1523230101994021662050
Nevada1226782492915435814903
New Hampshire291413885739231121155
New Jersey3410446752772267204722978
New Mexico1626278171833352613644
New York36367609441591585597738031
North Carolina2810095431846284156310965
North Dakota12139582999416311468
Northern Mariana Islands2175721432
Ohio189830863958153135916968
Oklahoma2034300904202126024227
Oregon934981651531341912155
Pennsylvania2110150802917848196323711
Puerto Rico5405448994762251986
Rhode Island3029028221242621702476
South Carolina4748496255069129778357
South Dakota16418787111546911863
Tennessee146804207766089112911153
Texas20192422812606275701441641
US Virgin Islands646486258925
Utah2528093603677892711865
Vermont1810290491469137199
Virginia23577899456703916217658
Washington1351202263349625654857
West Virginia1621536211301392962274
Wisconsin1267097596134193476910
Wyoming156250365394421671

National COVID-19 topline metrics

Data updated February 23, 2021

New tests

New cases

Current hospitalizations

New deaths

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We compile data from official, public state and territory reports. Fewer tests are completed and reported on weekends than on weekdays, and reporting reflects the previous day’s numbers, so the daily numbers we compile are lower than average on weekends and Mondays and rise above average on Tuesdays. We calculate a seven-day rolling average of the new case numbers to account for this day-of-the week effect. You can see all the national and state data, download CSVs, or explore data visualizations.

US Total

Total test results

346,833,401

Cases

28,000,689

Currently hospitalized

55,058

Deaths

492,578

The COVID Tracking Project collects and publishes the most complete data about COVID-19 in the US.

Every day, our volunteer teams compile the latest public health data from official US state, territorial, and federal sources.

Race & ethnicity data

The COVID Racial Data Tracker is a collaboration between the COVID Tracking Project and the Boston University Center for Antiracist Research. Together, we’re gathering the most complete and up-to-date race and ethnicity data on COVID-19 in the United States.

Long-term-care data

To date, the Long-Term Care COVID Tracker is the most comprehensive dataset about COVID-19 in US nursing homes and other long-term care facilities. It compiles crucial data about the effects of the pandemic on a population with extraordinary vulnerabilities to the virus due to age, underlying health conditions, or proximity to large outbreaks.

Our analysis & updates

February 18, 2021

More Good News: This Week in COVID-19 Data, Feb 18

Case numbers are dropping rapidly, and deaths are down 20 percent from last week. Vaccines are finally showing up in the data with dramatic declines in deaths from long-term-care facilities. We urge caution about interpreting wobbles in the data in the next week or two, given storm disruptions affecting Texas and elsewhere.
Read the article More Good News: This Week in COVID-19 Data, Feb 18
February 22, 2021

How Day-of-Week Effects Impact COVID-19 Data

An understanding of state reporting schedules and day-of-week effects can help explain the reasons that numbers fluctuate from day to day, and what those changes mean.
Read the articleHow Day-of-Week Effects Impact COVID-19 Data
February 17, 2021

Federal Testing Data’s Last Mile

Federal testing data is already more standardized and more detailed than the data we compile from states can ever be. But in some jurisdictions, state-provided data still provides a more comprehensive picture of testing volume. The federal government should address lingering quality problems so its data can become the national standard.
Read the articleFederal Testing Data’s Last Mile
February 16, 2021

Federal COVID Data 101: Working with Hospitalization Numbers

Here’s a walkthrough of the Department of Health and Human Services’ dataset and what you should know about it.
Read the articleFederal COVID Data 101: Working with Hospitalization Numbers
February 16, 2021

Why Some States Won’t Share Race and Ethnicity Data on Vaccinations with the CDC—and Why That’s a Problem

We sent requests for data-use agreements to 56 states and territories to learn what vaccination data was being shared with the federal government. We found that several states—including California and Texas—aren’t sharing race and ethnicity data on vaccinations with the CDC, citing patient privacy laws. In better news, most states are.
Read the articleWhy Some States Won’t Share Race and Ethnicity Data on Vaccinations with the CDC—and Why That’s a Problem

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