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Cases *NegativeTestsPendingTestsCurrentlyHospitalized *RecoveredOutcomesDeathsOutcomesPositive + NegativeTotal Test Results
4,852,14354,800,5323,90353,0151,598,624151,48359,652,675

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Note on cases: Following guidance from the CDC, many US states and territories now report both lab-confirmed cases and probable cases of COVID-19. (To be considered a probable case, a patient must meet a specific combination of clinical, laboratory, or epidemiological criteria.) Many of the states that report probable cases do not separate probable and lab-confirmed cases in their reporting, so our case count necessarily includes both lab-confirmed and probable cases. We have changed the label we use for this information from “positives” to “cases” to make it clear that these numbers do not exclusively represent positive test results.

Note on hospitalization data: All 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and Guam now publicly report data on current COVID-19 hospitalizations. We continue to press states to provide more complete data on hospitalizations, ICU admissions, and ventilator use.

Totals by state

CasesNegativeTestsPendingTestsCurrentlyHospitalizedCumulativeHospitalizedCurrentlyIn ICUCumulativeIn ICUCurrentlyOn VentilatorCumulativeOn VentilatorRecoveredOutcomesDeathsOutcomesPositive + NegativeTotal Test Results
96,592643,192N/A1,57511,313N/A1,211N/A65437,9231,714739,784
State’s last reported update time: 8/6/2020 11:00 ET

Negatives = (Totals - Positives) Positives occasionally update before totals do; do not revise negatives down, keep the last calculated negative.

On July 11, Alabama changed its cumulative hospitalization data source to come directly from hospitals rather than from state case surveillance files. As a result of this new data source, its hospitalizations increased by 3,616 from 3,129 to 6,745.

On July 15 we corrected our reporting of Alabama tests: Alabama reports tests in units of specimens (tests) rather than individuals (people tested). We will correct our historical time series by backfiilling the data as soon as possible.

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4,223257,349N/A42N/AN/AN/A2N/A1,22025261,572
State’s last reported update time: 8/6/2020 00:00 ET

Negatives = (Totals – Positives) Positives occasionally update before totals do; do not revise negatives down, keep the last calculated negative.

As of May 16, Alaska reports specimens tested; because some people may be tested more than once, this number may be higher than the number of people tested.

As of July 16, we are reporting adding non-resident cases as part of total case counts for Alaska

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01,396N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A01,396
State’s last reported update time: 7/24/2020 00:00 ET

American Samoa does not have a regularly updated data source. We monitor American Samoa's social media, emergency declarations, and local media for updates.

On July 1, American Samoa reported on its Facebook page that it had acquired testing machines and kits and had conducted 816 tests all with negative results.

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CasesNegativeTestsPendingTestsCurrentlyHospitalizedCumulativeHospitalizedCurrentlyIn ICUCumulativeIn ICUCurrentlyOn VentilatorCumulativeOn VentilatorRecoveredOutcomesDeathsOutcomesPositive + NegativeTotal Test Results
183,647812,217N/A1,87914,068593N/A427N/A24,5314,002995,864
State’s last reported update time: 8/6/2020 00:00 ET

Negative = Total - Positive.

As of May 8, Arizona is reporting specimens tested, including both PCR and antibody tests. Because some people may be tested more than once, this number is probably higher than the number of people tested.

On June 23, we updated our historical data for cumulative hospitalization to match Arizona's dashboard hospitalized by date admitted data. This data is not typically reported until several days after admittance. Our daily updates to this value going forward will continue to take Arizona’s overall number as of that day, regardless of date admitted.

On July 18, Arizona’s dashboard stopped displaying the confirmed vs. probable breakdown of cases and deaths with its hover-over feature. We are going to back-fill the breakdown once Arizona provides the historical numbers.

On July 28 and July 29, we noticed that Arizona's Currently Hospitalized statistics decreased slightly while its Cumulative Hospitalized statistics increased significantly. We are unsure of the reason.

On August 5, Arizona's dashboard resumed displaying the confirmed vs. probable breakdown of cases and deaths in the hover-over feature.

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47,028492,808N/A5143,118N/AN/A11142439,555515539,836
State’s last reported update time: 8/6/2020 14:40 ET
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529,9807,970,483N/A7,485N/A2,026N/AN/AN/AN/A9,8698,500,463
State’s last reported update time: 8/6/2020 00:00 ET

Before April 1, California was inconsistent in the timing of reporting so we used faster-updating county sources, we then standardized on the state data dashboard(s). This led to a drop in cases and deaths, as the state's data lags county sources.

The state reported a huge batch of negative tests on April 4 and again on April 22.

As of April 22, California now reports specimens tested instead of people tested. Because some people may be tested more than once, this number is probably higher than the number of people tested.

On July 8, California data included a backlog of data from Los Angeles County, which had not reported for several days. About 1000 of the 11,000 new cases are due to this spike in reporting.

From June 29 to July 5, California made a few revisions to daily case numbers, on July 17 we updated the values based on the most recent data from their dashboard.

Starting July 23, California has reported that its current hospitalization and ICU numbers are incomplete due to its transition to the HHS reporting system. We carried over hospitalization figures until July 28. We will backfill the complete numbers for July 23 - July 28 when reporting is back at 100%

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CasesNegativeTestsPendingTestsCurrentlyHospitalizedCumulativeHospitalizedCurrentlyIn ICUCumulativeIn ICUCurrentlyOn VentilatorCumulativeOn VentilatorRecoveredOutcomesDeathsOutcomesPositive + NegativeTotal Test Results
48,988516,331N/A3206,536N/AN/AN/AN/A5,4711,717565,319
State’s last reported update time: 8/5/2020 01:59 ET

Negative = People Tested - Cases. Cases include people who test positive for COVID-19 AND people who have symptoms of COVID-19 and are a close contact to someone who tested positive. While Colorado publishes a confirmed/probable breakdown, this breakdown pertains to cases resulting in deaths rather than death certificates with COVID-19 listed as a contributing cause. As such, we do not count from it to maintain consistency with the total deaths figure from death certificates.

As of April 27, Colorado is reporting people tested.

On June 14, Colorado revised some previous daily discharged number. This caused an overall decline in their recovered count.

On May 15 (which we caught on our update May 16), Colorado started providing a new figure for deaths where COVID-19 is listed on the death certificate, in addition to the figure it already provided, deaths among laboratory-confirmed and probable cases (whether or not COVID was a cause of death). On July 1, we revised our historical data to reflect the deaths certificate figure instead of the deaths among cases. As such, it appears as if there is a drop from 1091 deaths on May 15 to 878 on May 16 in our data.

On July 16, Colorado decreased the cumulative hospitalization number by 13.

On July 27, Colorado posted a notice that, "Due to a server issue yesterday and today with our electronic laboratory reporting system, the number of tests completed and cases reported today, July 27, may be artificially low." We report Colorado data a day after posting due to timing, so this note applies to the data published on July 28.

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50,245806,853N/A6610,920N/AN/AN/AN/A8,7214,437857,098
State’s last reported update time: 8/5/2020 20:30 ET

Negative = Total - Positive.
Positives occasionally update before totals do; we do not revise negatives down, keep the last calculated negative.

As of May 24, Connecticut is reporting PCR specimens tested. Because some people may be tested more than once, this number is probably higher than the number of people tested.

On May 27, Connecticut reported they had "removed 356 cases and 808 tests…which were identified as duplicates in the system." When combined with actual new cases, these removals resulted in a net reduction of 15 positives on May 27.

As of May 29, CHA changed to only reporting the number of patients with laboratory-confirmed COVID-19; data for previous dates include patients with laboratory-confirmed or suspected COVID-19. This impacts the numbers for cumulative hospitalizations and recoveries.

On June 18, Connecticut reported that "Please note that 81 new cases were reported in the past 24-hours; 70 previously reported cases were removed from the total counts due to correction of data errors."

On June 24, Connecticut removed 2770 previously reported tests due to correction of a data error. Negatives decreased as a result. Starting July 11, Connecticut is longer reporting data on weekends.

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15,365177,338N/A45N/A15N/AN/AN/A8,365587192,703
State’s last reported update time: 8/5/2020 18:00 ET

As of April 27, Delaware is reporting people tested.

On April 11, Delaware revised down negatives from 10415 to 9624.

On July 25, Delaware revised down total cases, confirmed positives, and total tests.

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12,518193,465N/A98N/A23N/A12N/A10,094587205,983
State’s last reported update time: 8/5/2020 00:00 ET

Positive and Negative include both public and commercial labs. As of April 27, District of Columbia is reporting people tested.

On May 25, the District of Columbia decreased the total test count by 11,000.

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510,3893,346,9743,3257,45929,515N/AN/AN/AN/AN/A7,8713,857,363
State’s last reported update time: 8/5/2020 23:59 ET

We report using the raw data provided by FDOH but we include both Florida residents and non-residents.

On March 21, negatives jumped due to a methodology change: tests of people not investigated as PUIs are now included.

On March 26, the dashboard stopped including non-residents in its visible counts, but they're still tracked behind the scenes.

As of May 15, Florida is reporting both specimens (PCR and antibody) and people tested. We report positives and negatives based on the number of people tested. However, the "people tested" number reported on Florida's dashboard has come into question as of May 31, because this number is not fully de-duplicated. Florida's report states that: "People tested on multiple days will be included for each day a new result was received."

As of July 2, Florida is reporting PCR and antigen tests together.

As of July 10, Florida is reporting current hospitalizations as those with a "primary diagnosis of COVID-19."

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204,8951,519,867N/A3,00620,002N/A3,647N/AN/AN/A4,0261,724,762
State’s last reported update time: 8/6/2020 14:50 ET

Positive includes deaths. Positives occasionally update before totals. We use the state's "as of" time as our Update Time.

As of May 16, Georgia is reporting specimens tested. Because some people may be tested more than once, this number is probably higher than the number of people tested.

As of May 27, Georgia started separating serology tests from PCR. Total test numbers were impacted by around 74,000. Georgia makes changes to its cumulative case counts for previous dates, so its historical time series and trends for case counts might not match ours. When we can, we will update our own historical time series to match theirs.

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39723,480N/A3N/AN/AN/AN/AN/A321523,877
State’s last reported update time: 8/5/2020 22:25 ET

Testing data from Guam's Situation Report is often older than case data in Guam's press releases, so there are sometimes more cases than test results.

On May 4, Guam adjusted cases down from 150 to 149 because they found that the case was double counted, number of recovered was also adjusted down because 7 people were returned to isolation. Guam's counts include 11 people tested at the San Diego naval base.

As of May 25, Guam is reporting people tested.

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2,763132,146N/A8321415N/A13N/A1,40227134,909
State’s last reported update time: 8/5/2020 23:10 ET

As of May 16, Hawaii is reporting people tested

On May 23, Hawaii revised down 5 cases due to updated testing information.

On May 25, Hawaii revised down 1 cumulative hospitalization patient.

On June 5, Hawaii revised down 1 case released from isolation.

As of June 1, Hawaii started reporting total number of unique people tested. Total tests impacted by around 6,000.

As of August 5, we are collecting Current Hospitalization, ICU, and Ventilator numbers from the Lt. Governor of Hawaii's Instagram account since we have determined that these are official statistics not available elsewhere. We have backfilled our time series for all available data from this source.

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22,707171,886N/A24293142262N/AN/A8,207217194,593
State’s last reported update time: 8/5/2020 19:00 ET

Negative = Totals - Positives. Positives sometimes update before totals do. Total includes Oregon residents tested in Idaho.

As of April 9, Idaho separately reports both probable and confirmed cases. Idaho reports test counts in specimens.

On June 5, Idaho received a large batch of previously unreported tests.

On July 3, ID revised down the Recovered number by about 1,500 noting that "an error in auto-calculation was discovered."

On July 8, ID revised historical hospitalization, on July 17 we updated those values for March 23 - July 15, carrying forward current values until information is updated.

On July 22, ID reported 126 total deaths but also reported 103 lab-confirmed deaths and 33 probable deaths. We believe that the correct number of probable deaths is 23 and that 33 was a mistake. We therefore report 126 total deaths in ID for this date. See ID state page screenshots for July 22.

On August 4, Idaho reported current hospitalizations of 106, down from the previous report of 223 on July 31. It reported a similar drop in ICU patients from 51 on July 31 to 22 on August 4.

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189,7052,749,325N/A1,517N/A346N/A132N/AN/A7,7912,939,030
State’s last reported update time: 8/6/2020 00:00 ET

Illinois counts deaths in positives.

As of May 25, Illinois is reporting PCR specimens tested. Because some people may be tested more than once, this number is probably higher than the number of people tested.

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71,015733,330N/A1,0099,2673011,92382N/A53,3013,013804,345
State’s last reported update time: 8/5/2020 23:59 ET

Negative = Total – Positive. Negatives are a lower bound, and may not include all private labs.

On June 23 and June 24 reported cumulative patients admitted to ICU decreased for unknown reasons.

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47,361455,759N/A237N/A68N/A32N/A35,548908503,120
State’s last reported update time: 8/6/2020 00:00 ET

Not all commercial labs report negatives to Iowa, as per their guidance. As of April 27, Iowa is reporting people tested.

As of May 19, Iowa is separating out the numbers of people tested with PCR and antibody tests; we report the number of people tested with PCR. Total testing numbers might be impacted.

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29,717279,001N/A3581,82178516251901,254368308,718
State’s last reported update time: 8/5/2020 10:00 ET

On April 23, Kansas reported 112 deaths. On April 24, they revised this down to 111 deaths.

As of May 7, 2020, confirmed and probable cases are included in the case totals.

From July 1 - July 3 we reported incorrect numbers for Kansas Positive Cases (PCR). We have corrected the error.

On July 15, Kansas began reporting additional data from hospitals, at that time current hospitilaztion was only available through July 10. Cumulative on ventilator dropped by 1 with no explanation.

On July 27, Kansas reported a lower number of negative tests, the count went down from 252,858 to 252,764

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33,254599,190N/A7013,9241401,248N/AN/A8,523760632,444
State’s last reported update time: 8/6/2020 00:00 ET

Negative = Total - Positive. Positives sometimes update before totals do; when this happens, we keep the last calculated negative.

As of April 27, Kentucky is reporting people tested.

On May 23, Kentucky revised down the total number of tests.

As of May 27, Kentucky started separating serology tests from PCR. This might cause the number of total tests to go down compared to the previous day.

On July 1, Kentucky revised down the cumulative hospitalizations by 12

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127,2461,357,726N/A1,457N/AN/AN/A215N/A89,0834,1461,484,972
State’s last reported update time: 8/6/2020 00:00 ET

Total = State Lab + Commercial Lab, Negative = Total - Positive

From April 20 through April 24, LA paused reporting commercial testing data to do a review of the data.

On June 18, a notice on LA dashboard said "LDH is reviewing all data and will not be updating its dashboard today."

On June 19, LDH removed 1666 duplicate and non resident cases after implementing a new de-duplicaton process.

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3,997176,919N/A113903N/A1N/A3,475124180,916
State’s last reported update time: 8/5/2020 23:59 ET

As of May 13, Maine is reporting total specimens tested; this number is updated once a week on Wednesdays. Because some people may be tested more than once, this number is probably higher than the number of people tested.

As of May 20, Maine is separating out PCR tests and antibody tests; we report the number of PCR tests. Total testing numbers might be impacted.

On June 23, Maine began reporting the dates of cases, deaths, recoveries, and hospitalizations on the day they occurred instead of the day the event was reported. Maine also began providing separate figures for confirmed and probable deaths.

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93,005899,136N/A53512,978139N/AN/AN/A5,7903,551992,141
State’s last reported update time: 8/6/2020 10:00 ET

Between March 12 and March 28, Maryland did not report negative test numbers.

On July 31, we began capturing MD's data for positive results of PCR tests in units of tests (as opposed to in units of persons tested). We will backfill the time series, which begins in March.

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119,8741,151,344N/A40312,00773N/A32N/A99,0218,6911,271,218
State’s last reported update time: 8/6/2020 10:00 ET

MA reports both the number of tests performed and the number of people tested. Both data points are available in our API, but MA data on our web pages is reported in units of people tested.

On June 1, MA began to release probable cases and deaths, causing total cases and total deaths to spike in our data.

On June 30, MA decreased the number of cumulative hospitalization, confirmed and probable deaths "due to ongoing data cleaning which identifies and removes duplicate reports."

On July 31, MA noted that "Delays in the reporting of test results to DPH from multiple laboratories, including large national commercial laboratories, are reflected in today’s case counts. However, these positive test results have been assigned retrospectively to the appropriate date of test." We will backfill our own case counts for MA as soon as possible.

On August 5, MA did not publish data by our collection time. A note on their site said "Significant IT issues are impacting the production of today's data report. It will be posted as soon as it is available."

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94,6561,911,922N/A694N/A232N/A132N/A60,0226,5062,006,578
State’s last reported update time: 8/6/2020 00:00 ET

Michigan has reported each day's negative results since March 10 but has never totaled them. We sum all the negative results and report the total. Michigan reports specimens tested instead of people tested. Recovered counts are updated once a week.

As of May 16, Michigan uses 'total specimens' reported on lab testing page

As of May 23, Michigan is separating out antibody and PCR tests; we report the number of PCR tests. Total testing numbers might be impacted.

As of June 5, positives include both confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19, as reported by the Michigan Department of Health & Human Services.

On June 11 Michigan DDHS provided an XLS with historical time series and we updated our data to reflect the correct dates of probable and confirmed cases and deaths.

As of July 7, Michigan updates its death figures three times a week after conducting reviews of death certificates. As a result, new deaths may not always reflect deaths in the past 24 hours.

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58,640840,840N/A3195,4211531,583N/AN/A51,6041,677899,480
State’s last reported update time: 8/5/2020 17:00 ET

Since March 23, Negative = Total - Positive.

As of June 5, Minnesota reports specimens tested; because some people may be tested more than once, this number may be higher than the number of people tested.

On July 30th, Minnesota reports again number of people tested. Due to this change, the number of total tests by Minnesota will decrease by 200,000. Number of specimens tested will still be tracked and available in our API

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64,400418,141N/A1,1844,511337N/A193N/A42,3911,825482,541
State’s last reported update time: 8/5/2020 19:00 ET

Negatives = Total - Positives. Hospitalizations are calculated by calculating multiplying % of hospitalized times total cases, pending clarification from the state. Recoveries are estimated, and updated twice weekly.

As of May 23, Mississippi is separating out PCR and antibody tests; we report PCR specimens tested. Total tests might be impacted. Mississippi notes that hospitalization data for May 23 is incomplete.

On June 11, due to a technical issue, Mississippi did not provide new updates.

On June 17, Mississippi paused reporting data: "Our daily COVID-19 update will be limited as we work to resolve technical problems in our data reporting system." Data was sporadically updated until on June 22, Mississippi added five days' backlog of case and death data.

On July 7 we erroneously reported additional Negatives for Mississippi. We have corrected the error.

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56,383685,928N/A966N/AN/AN/A110N/AN/A1,280742,311
State’s last reported update time: 8/6/2020 00:00 ET

Negative = Total - Positive. As of April 27, Missouri is reporting people tested.

On July 19, Missouri revised the death down from 1130 to 1129.

As of May 22, Missouri is separating out the numbers of people tested with PCR and antibody tests; we report the number of people tested with PCR tests. Total tests might be impacted.

On July 24, Missouri decreased the number of deaths by 1.

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4,602181,213N/A87259N/AN/AN/AN/A2,96465185,815
State’s last reported update time: 8/6/2020 00:00 ET

Negative = Total - Positive. The dashboard says that the data "as-of" is from the day previous - in this case we use current date + time = 0:00.

On June 17, Cumulative Hospitalizations reported by Montana decreased from 79 to 78 with no explanation.

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27,489262,692N/A1481,681N/AN/AN/AN/A19,885335290,181
State’s last reported update time: 8/5/2020 20:30 ET

On April 27 the death total of 56 included a death erroneously entered into Nebraska’s electronic system. Nebraska removed it from the total count on April 28.

On July 8, Nebraska decreased deaths by one with no explanation. On July 12, NE again decreased deaths by one with no explanation.

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53,557446,638N/A1,117N/A307N/A208N/A1,251900500,195
State’s last reported update time: 8/6/2020 02:59 ET

Individual data fields have different update times; we use the latest as our "Last Update" time. Until May 10, hospitalizations, ICU bed usage, and ventilator usage were reported as a percentage of total capacity in daily situation reports, but total capacity is not published, so we did not estimate those numbers.

As of May 6, Nevada is reporting both specimens and people tested. We report positives and negatives based on the number of people tested.

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6,719160,688N/A20698N/A209N/AN/A5,923418167,407
State’s last reported update time: 8/5/2020 09:00 ET

On May 4, New Hampshire revised the recovered down from 1107 to 1017. Negative count is from the four largest labs. Pending count is from the Public Health Laboratories only. As of April 27, New Hampshire is reporting people tested.

As of May 25, New Hampshire is separating out the numbers of people tested with PCR and antibody tests; we report the number of people tested with PCR tests.

On June 13, New Hampshire revised its hospitalizations down from 504 to 503, removing cases that were not New Hampshire residents.

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183,7012,046,544N/A75421,565129N/A54N/A32,81115,8492,230,245
State’s last reported update time: 8/6/2020 00:00 ET

Positive count includes deaths. Hospitalization + ICU counts include both positive cases and persons under investigation. As of May 11, New Jersey is reporting total PCR specimens tested.

On May 16, New Jersey had a significant jump in recovered (about 7,000) due to backfilling previous days after a shift in how this figure was reported on April 28.

On June 25, New Jersey reported 1854 probable deaths that occurred in the past. This causes a perceived increase in the daily number of deaths.

On July 8, New Jersey reported another 89 probable deaths that occurred previously. This again artificially inflated the day's reported death toll. We are waiting to receive a dated time series from NJ to properly backfill the data.

On July 16, New Jersey decreased the number of cumulative recoveries.

On July 19, New Jersey reported 31 fewer cases than the preceding day. We believe this drop was due to reclassifying probable cases.

On July 20, New Jersey decreased the number of cumulative hospitalizations.

On July 22, New Jersey reported 54 fewer probable deaths than the preceding day. These deaths may have been reclassified as either due to COVID or not due to COVID.

On July 29, New Jersey reported 45 fewer probable deaths than the preceding day. These deaths may have been reclassified as either due to COVID or not due to COVID.

On August 4, New Jersey reported current hospitalizations of 470, down from the previous report of 738 on August 3

Beginning on August 5, New Jersey is not publishing the PDF in which it usually reports Cumulative Hospitalized.

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21,566575,842N/A1382,781N/AN/AN/AN/A8,828667597,408
State’s last reported update time: 8/5/2020 17:50 ET

Hospitalization count is people in New Mexico hospitals: it includes people who tested positive out of state but are hospitalized in New Mexico, and excludes New Mexicans who tested positive in state and transferred to a hospital out of state.

As of April 27, New Mexico is reporting people tested. On May 28, New Mexico reported ~1100 less tests than the day before with no explanation.

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418,9285,879,877N/A57089,995132N/A69N/A73,47225,1856,298,805
State’s last reported update time: 8/5/2020 23:59 ET

Numbers come from press conference. Recovered = discharged.

As of April 27, New York is reporting people tested. Cumulative hospitalized and recovered were calculated using the 3 day average change in hospitalization benchmarked from April 12.

There is a significant gap between deaths reported by New York City and New York State. As of June 1, the difference between the state reported deaths, which we use, and the NYC deaths was 5740

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131,2671,773,483N/A1,147N/A333N/AN/AN/A105,0932,0921,904,750
State’s last reported update time: 8/6/2020 12:00 ET

Negative = Total tests* - total positives (where total tests include all data from public labs and partial data from hospital and commercial labs).

On July 21, NC announced: "North Carolina has launched new, more detailed hospitalization data to provide more insights into North Carolina’s hospital capacity. NCDHHS continuously works to improve its data systems and has recently begun transitioning to a more automated system for collecting this information. In transitioning to this system, there will be a small shift in hospitalization numbers - the change over the past 30 days is displayed below. This is due to changes in the system including hospital information feeding in over night being backdated in the new system." Beginning July 22 this change means that there is Current ICU information available. We will work to backfill its time series of NC hospital data as well.

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7,177156,542N/A46400N/AN/AN/AN/A5,94998163,719
State’s last reported update time: 8/6/2020 00:00 ET

As of May 2, North Dakota is reporting people tested.

On May 3, North Dakota began providing counts of deaths for lab-confirmed individuals with death records still pending, and lab-confirmed individuals who died but not due to COVID. As of July 1, we have edited our figures to exclude these numbers from our death counts, resulting in an apparent drop from 24 deaths on May 2 to 16 on May 3.

On June 18, North Dakota revised down its confirmed death count from 66 to 64.

On June 24, North Dakota revised its confirmed death count from 67 to 66 to remove an out-of-state case.

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4712,254N/AN/A4N/AN/AN/AN/A29212,301
State’s last reported update time: 8/6/2020 04:01 ET

On July 9, MP started providing weekly updates of test totals in units of People.

As of July 23, we began using the total people tested number as the default unit. This caused a perceived drop in the number of tests on July 23. We will adjust the historic time series to match shortly.

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97,4711,500,568N/A97911,3663422,627182N/A74,6123,6181,598,039
State’s last reported update time: 8/6/2020 14:00 ET

Ohio now publishes detailed Key Metrics

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41,401633,252N/A6433,497216N/AN/AN/A34,320593674,653
State’s last reported update time: 8/6/2020 00:00 ET

Executive Order Reports first reported comprehensive test results on April 6. We exclude "Positive (Out-of-State)" results, as we assume these are isolated outside the state.

As of April 27, Oklahoma is reporting specimens tested. Because some people may be tested more than once, this number is probably higher than the number of people tested. Due to differences in reporting, the number of negative tests might include inconclusive tests. Oklahoma noted that reported case counts for July 19 and July 20 were inaccurately low due to technical issues.

On July 21st, Oklahoma did not update the numbers of cases, positive tests, recoveries, or deaths.

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20,225412,037N/A2301,74358N/A29N/A4,065339432,262
State’s last reported update time: 8/6/2020 03:01 ET

Total includes Oregon & Montana residents tested in Idaho.

As of April 27, Oregon is reporting people tested.

For June 15, we reported deaths, cases and negatives from Oregon’s press release from June 14.

On June 20, per weekend report, two cases in Polk County previously reported as COVID-19 were determined to be non-COVID-19 and numbers updated to reflect the change.

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116,5211,183,730N/A663N/AN/AN/A98N/A88,5557,2821,300,251
State’s last reported update time: 8/6/2020 00:00 ET

County level data may differ from the state totals. We are not adding deaths back into positives.

On April 23, Pennsylvania revised down its total deaths from 1,622 to 1,421 to exclude some probable deaths that needed further confirmation to be linked to COVID 19.

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19,934305,972N/A456N/A76N/A53N/AN/A258325,906
State’s last reported update time: 8/6/2020 00:00 ET

Death counts include both confirmed and presumed COVID deaths. When it is reported, we add inconclusive results to pending. Positive counts reflect individual who test positive, combining both PCR and antibody.

On April 22, Puerto Rico revised down its positive count from 1,298 to 915 to exclude double-counted cases.

Puerto Rico reported negative testing numbers through April 23, after no updates we removed these from our data on May 6. Total test numbers were impacted by around 9,000.

On July 7, we added back negative testing numbers based on sporadic press reports in May and June.

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19,611196,112N/A832,26411N/A4N/A1,8661,014215,723
State’s last reported update time: 8/6/2020 12:00 ET

Recovered numbers are from hospital discharges. Rhode Island updates Monday through Friday by noon.

On July 8, Rhode Island started reporting test numbers in people in addition to specimens. We backfilled the data from their CSV. Since people is the default reporting metric in CTP for tests, this represents a drop in tests from previous reporting of approximately 50k tests. The number of PCR tests, positives, and negatives is available in our API.

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96,797659,348N/A1,4925,799356N/A276N/A32,8591,943756,145
State’s last reported update time: 8/5/2020 23:59 ET

As of May 22, South Carolina is reporting specimens tested. Because some people may be tested more than once, this number is probably higher than the number of people tested.

As of June 11, South Carolina is separating out PCR and antibody tests; we report the number of PCR tests. Total test numbers were impacted by around 22,000.

On July 18, the South Carolina DHEC announced it was transitioning to new reporting systems and that "there may be incomplete data with significant gaps." Though reporting resumed July 28, this resulted in data being carried over at times. We will backfill with the updated numbers when they are available.

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9,273108,301N/A44861N/AN/AN/AN/A8,145141117,574
State’s last reported update time: 8/5/2020 14:00 ET

On July 27, South Dakota reduced the count of negative tests from 98531 to 98383.

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116,3501,518,841N/A1,4975,109N/AN/AN/AN/A77,5581,1861,635,191
State’s last reported update time: 8/6/2020 15:00 ET

Tennessee now provides positive and negative test results from all laboratories.

On April 5, the state reported a decline in recoveries.

As of June 7, positives include both confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 reported to or tested by the Tennessee Department of Health.

As of July 3, hospitalizations include both positive and pending cases.

On July 3, we updated hospitalizations from March 31 through July 3 to include both positive and pending cases.

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467,4853,476,995N/A8,302N/A2,917N/AN/AN/A323,8047,8033,944,480
State’s last reported update time: 8/6/2020 16:15 ET

As of May 16, Texas is reporting mostly specimens tested, except for the small number of tests performed by public labs, which are de-duplicated.

As of May 23, Texas is separating out PCR and antibody tests; we report the number of PCR tests. Total tests might be impacted. On June 16, Texas notes that "The reported cases for June 16 include 2,622 new cases and 1,476 cases that were previously diagnosed among Texas Department of Criminal Justice inmates but that had not been reported by local health departments (887 from Anderson County and 589 from Brazoria County)."

On July 22, we began reporting ICU hospitalizations for Texas. We are currently looking through historical data to maintain an accurate time-series.

On July 25, Texas reported that 2092 probable cases had been removed from the statewide case totals by the Corpus Christi-Nueces County Public Health District. That removal meant that the number of total cases for Texas appeared smaller than it was. The actual number of new cases in Texas that day was 8112, not 6020.

On July 27, Texas added 675 additional deaths through death certificate reviews. However only 44 deaths were truly new deaths on July 27. This will inflate the daily increase in deaths until the timeseries has been backfilled based on this revision

Starting July 23, Texas has reported that its current hospitalization and ICU numbers are incomplete due to its transition to the HHS reporting system. We carried over hospitalization figures until July 28. We will backfill the complete numbers for July 23 - July 28 when reporting is back at 100%.

On July 30, Texas posted that "Cumulative fatalities have been corrected for July 27, 28 and 29. As DSHS shifted to using death certificate data to count fatalities this week, an automation error caused approximately 225 fatalities to be included that did not have COVID-19 listed as a direct cause of death."

On August 2, Texas posted that, "New data will not be posted on this dashboard on Sunday, August 2 due to a scheduled upgrade to the system that processes electronic lab reports. Data for Sunday will be posted with Monday’s data update."

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5019,87412N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A384910,375
State’s last reported update time: 8/5/2020 20:20 ET

Virgin Islands: Positive, Negative, and Pending provided.

On August 5, the US Virgin Islands COVID-19 page apparently reported an old count of Tested persons from 8/1, but reported a new count of Tested persons in its Situation Report. We used the number from the Situation Report.

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42,915512,476N/A2202,55480657N/A26631,619330555,391
State’s last reported update time: 8/6/2020 10:42 ET

Positive count includes non-Utah residents. Negative = Total - Positive. According to the state, negative test results may lag for up to 72 hours.

As of April 27, Utah is reporting people tested.

As of June 11, Utah reports a combined case count for total intubated patients and patients on a ventilator. We report this figure as cumulative on ventilator.

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1,44598,607N/A6N/AN/AN/AN/AN/A1,25858100,052
State’s last reported update time: 8/6/2020 00:00 ET

Negative = (Total Tested - Positives).

Vermont reports both Currently Hospitalized (implicitly, confirmed cases only) and Hospitalized Under Investigation. For Currently Hospitalized, we sum these two numbers.

As of May 2, Vermont is reporting people tested.

Between May 15 and May 16, Vermont decreased their total tests by about 1,000; as of May 16 it is unclear if this was a typo or a revision of a previously preliminary count.

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95,8671,099,0604741,34913,984284N/A157N/A12,6352,2991,194,927
State’s last reported update time: 8/5/2020 17:00 ET

Virginia hospitalization statistics from Hospital dashboard We assume the count "hospitalized in the ICU" includes the count "currently on a ventilator." Cumulative Hospitalized is computed from currently hospitalized + discharged on the Virginia Hospitals dashboard.

As of May 15, Virginia is reporting specimens tested; including both a value for PCR tests only and all tests (PCR and antibody tests combined). We report the number of PCR tests. Total tests may be impacted.

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60,084950,107N/A4265,840N/AN/A58N/AN/A1,6241,010,191
State’s last reported update time: 8/5/2020 02:59 ET

Washington reports confirmed cases, laboratory tests, and deaths as of the previous day.

Washington did not report new negative test results between March 31 and April 15.

On April 18, data cleaning removed 190 confirmed cases that were discovered to be out of state residents tested in Washington labs.

As of April 27, Washington is reporting people tested.

On June 18, due to a previous mistake in reporting negative cases, Washington state revised down the total number of tests. Additionally, Washington state removed seven deaths from its counts where, though the individual who died tested positive, COVID was not a contributing cause in their death.

On June 22, we updated historic numbers of cases and tests from data on Washington's dashboard. This update will temporarily cause an artificial decline in cases and numbers between June 21 and June 22.

On July 11, WA revised its hospitalizations down by 3 from 4665 to 4662.

On July 14, Washington state removed 39 deaths from its counts where, though the individual who died tested positive, COVID was not a contributing cause in their death.

Starting August 2, Washington DOH reported "DOH is continuing to experience issues with its reporting system today. We are able to report cases, deaths and hospitalizations but have not reported new negative test results since 8/1."

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7,277300,132N/A123N/A47N/A11N/A5,330124307,409
State’s last reported update time: 8/6/2020 10:00 ET

Negatives = Totals - Positives. As of April 16, WV reports hospitalization + ICU + ventilator counts from 49 of 55 counties.

Before April 16, those counts were unreliable — based on reported percentages of completed investigations, an unpublished number.

As of May 23, West Virginia is separating out PCR and antibody tests; we report the number of PCR tests. Total tests might be impacted.

As of July 4, West Virginia makes changes to its previous data for antibody testing, so its historical time series might not match ours until we backfill our data to match theirs.

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61,985961,851922514,881104927N/AN/A47,2219851,023,836
State’s last reported update time: 8/6/2020 00:00 ET

Negatives include only Wisconsin residents whose negative test results were reported electronically to DHS. This underestimates total negative test results.

Deaths must be reported by health providers or coroners, and recorded by local health departments, to be counted.

As of April 27, Wisconsin is reporting people tested.

On March 30, Wisconsin revised down negatives from 16550 to 15856.

In early June, Wisconsin started breaking out its probable cases. On June 25, we caught these figures, initially causing a large single day jump in cases, but in the late evening we updated our historical case numbers to include these on the appropriate days based on historical data provided to us by the state. In early June,

Wisconsin started breaking out its probable deaths. On June 29, we caught these figures, and only have data for them past that date.

On July 12, Wisconsin decreased deaths by one with no explanation.

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2,95853,150N/A16171N/AN/AN/AN/A2,3662756,108
State’s last reported update time: 8/6/2020 17:00 ET

Negatives = Total - Positive. The week of April 6, Wyoming began separating confirmed & suspected cases; we now report only confirmed.

From April 7 to April 13, our recovered count may be slightly high, as Wyoming combined recovered confirmed cases + recovered probable cases.

On April 22, Wyoming revised down total tests, resulting in a decrease in negatives.

As of April 28, we are including the suspected cases with the confirmed cases.

As of May 16, Wyoming is reporting specimens tested. Because some people may be tested more than once, this number is probably higher than the number of people tested.

As of June 19, Wyoming began reporting the number of people tested as well as the number of specimens tested.

As of June 20, we replaced test specimen data with people tested data. Total test numbers were impacted by around 10,000.

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