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United States Overview

On January 1614-day trend

  • 2,015,414 new tests
  • 215,449 new cases
  • 126,139 currently hosp.
  • 3,695 new deaths
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New cases change in 7-day average

In ME, cases are rising
In WI, cases are falling
In VT, cases are rising
In NH, cases are falling
In WA, cases are falling
In ID, cases are falling
In MT, cases are falling
In ND, cases are falling
In MN, cases are falling
In IL, cases are falling
In MI, cases are falling
In NY, cases are rising
In MA, cases are falling
In OR, cases are rising
In NV, cases are falling
In WY, cases are rising
In SD, cases are falling
In IA, cases are falling
In IN, cases are falling
In OH, cases are falling
In PA, cases are falling
In NJ, cases are rising
In CT, cases are rising
In RI, cases are falling
In CA, cases are rising
In UT, cases are falling
In CO, cases are falling
In NE, cases are falling
In MO, cases are falling
In KY, cases are falling
In WV, cases are falling
In VA, cases are rising
In MD, cases are rising
In DE, cases are falling
In AZ, cases are falling
In NM, cases are falling
In KS, cases are falling
In AR, cases are falling
In TN, cases are falling
In NC, cases are falling
In SC, cases are falling
In DC, cases are rising
In OK, cases are falling
In LA, cases are falling
In MS, cases are falling
In AL, cases are falling
In GA, cases are falling
In GU, cases are falling
In MP, cases are
In HI, cases are falling
In AK, cases are falling
In TX, cases are falling
In FL, cases are falling
In PR, cases are falling
In VI, cases are falling
In AS, cases are

Cases are rising in 2 states, staying the same in 20 states, and falling in 34 states.

For every state, we calculate the current seven-day average of cases, and compare that to the seven-day case average of the previous week. States cases are considered rising if that change is over 10%, staying the same if between 10% and -10%, and falling if below -10%.

The national picture over time

Our daily update is published. States reported 2.3M tests, 244k cases, 127,235 people currently hospitalized with COVID-19, and 3,679 deaths. The 7-day average for tests is at a record high. https://t.co/QUQ7HYUjL8

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Regions displayed in our charts are defined by the US Census. Population estimates used in per capita charts are also from the US Census: we use the American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates for 2019.

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