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StateAverage daily new COVID-19 cases per 100k people (past 7 days)Total test resultsTotal casesCurrently hospitalizedDeaths
National total6828007025023442372N/A386825
Alabama63202112342068127726119
Alaska3213986495001767229
American Samoa0214000
Arizona1215969026666901484911248
Arkansas88226120527017812924293
California1013780225529002462157932960
Colorado3749737413734839115363
Connecticut70488093622342210986594
Delaware731108131693724411016
District of Columbia43100049233537280847
Florida64175467171531830734724380
Georgia635887700674994591012291
Guam710047474818126
Hawaii1190532224813108320
Idaho525742881544703451603
Illinois45146671481064667340620020
Indiana61638619458704924049287
Iowa3012147292564035054321
Kansas6811003652561347763502
Kentucky77340074132432516313093
Louisiana72459342836485320018080
Maine45123898533219194507
Maryland49640832332403118216541
Massachusetts8012259486465726219713583
Michigan288807614581785222214669
Minnesota2758361074450476125887
Mississippi67147379525086913365481
Missouri37392074543619925976253
Montana40874943890561901088
Nebraska4719086921809104571837
Nevada66231786026009017023761
New Hampshire54113854955945252927
New Jersey698682801622089367720414
New Mexico5421406051628936322910
New York79287329911219548888832725
North Carolina74801405866782638958016
North Dakota22130142795714951395
Northern Mariana Islands1175571282
Ohio628431240821507374210135
Oklahoma97295266535166518662952
Oregon2929195661312584181758
Pennsylvania544217008761777474319188
Puerto Rico17392495865233771703
Rhode Island7422422951044433842005
South Carolina92366331238242223876108
South Dakota393905201052782091633
Tennessee73609715168084729728355
Texas801558425420975601392931831
US Virgin Islands337925216624
Utah8524488743222526271485
Vermont26796904991546163
Virginia60476481342939131195706
Washington34417983328597010663903
West Virginia6617599811081247181761
Wisconsin4557722675662759535905
Wyoming585498054906886522
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StateChange in 7-day average deaths - today vs. previous weekTotal test resultsTotal casesCurrently hospitalizedDeaths
National total028007025023442372N/A386825
Alabama1202112342068127726119
Alaska013986495001767229
American SamoaNaN214000
Arizona05969026666901484911248
Arkansas0226120527017812924293
California03780225529002462157932960
Colorado049737413734839115363
Connecticut0488093622342210986594
Delaware01108131693724411016
District of Columbia1100049233537280847
Florida0175467171531830734724380
Georgia15887700674994591012291
Guam110047474818126
Hawaii090532224813108320
Idaho05742881544703451603
Illinois0146671481064667340620020
Indiana0638619458704924049287
Iowa012147292564035054321
Kansas011003652561347763502
Kentucky0340074132432516313093
Louisiana0459342836485320018080
Maine0123898533219194507
Maryland0640832332403118216541
Massachusetts012259486465726219713583
Michigan08807614581785222214669
Minnesota058361074450476125887
Mississippi0147379525086913365481
Missouri0392074543619925976253
Montana-1874943890561901088
Nebraska119086921809104571837
Nevada0231786026009017023761
New Hampshire0113854955945252927
New Jersey08682801622089367720414
New Mexico021406051628936322910
New York0287329911219548888832725
North Carolina0801405866782638958016
North Dakota0130142795714951395
Northern Mariana IslandsNaN175571282
Ohio08431240821507374210135
Oklahoma0295266535166518662952
Oregon129195661312584181758
Pennsylvania04217008761777474319188
Puerto Rico0392495865233771703
Rhode Island022422951044433842005
South Carolina0366331238242223876108
South Dakota03905201052782091633
Tennessee0609715168084729728355
Texas01558425420975601392931831
US Virgin Islands-137925216624
Utah024488743222526271485
Vermont-1796904991546163
Virginia0476481342939131195706
Washington0417983328597010663903
West Virginia017599811081247181761
Wisconsin057722675662759535905
Wyoming05498054906886522

National COVID-19 topline metrics

Data updated January 16, 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

280,070,250

Cases

23,442,372

Currently hospitalized

126,139

Deaths

386,825

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

January 14, 2021

Soaring Death Numbers and Highly Regional Outbreaks: This Week in COVID-19 Data, Jan 14

Deaths are 25 percent higher than any other week since the pandemic began. Arizona has the worst per-capita new case numbers in the world. A month after the country’s first vaccinations for COVID-19, we still don’t have federal data showing who is receiving the vaccine.
Read the article Soaring Death Numbers and Highly Regional Outbreaks: This Week in COVID-19 Data, Jan 14
January 15, 2021

State-Level Vaccine Demographic Data is Messy and Incomplete—We Need Federal Data, Now

Only a third of states and territories with public vaccine data share information on the race and ethnicity of vaccine recipients, and those that do share it do so in highly unstandardized ways. But data from the federal government could answer the question of who’s getting vaccinated.
Read the articleState-Level Vaccine Demographic Data is Messy and Incomplete—We Need Federal Data, Now
January 14, 2021

Vaccine Distribution Data in Long-Term-Care Facilities Needs to Be Public

For the last month, the public has had minimal visibility into the roll out of COVID-19 vaccines to long-term-care facilities. Last week, South Carolina published the names of nursing homes and other long-term-care facilities where residents and staff have been vaccinated. States—and the CDC—should follow suit.
Read the articleVaccine Distribution Data in Long-Term-Care Facilities Needs to Be Public

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Our public data API provides access to all of our data at a national and state level.

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