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You will find information and advice from WHO on the current outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) which was first reported in Wuhan, China, on 31 December 2019. We invite you to visit this page for daily updates about New york update.

WHO is working closely with global experts, governments and partners to rapidly expand scientific knowledge about this new virus, monitor the spread and virulence of the virus, and advise countries and individuals on measures to protect health and prevent the spread of this outbreak.

 

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Coronavirus (Covid-19) Live in the United States 15-04-2020

Data Source : The New York Times is releasing a series of data files with cumulative counts of coronavirus cases in the United States

Date State Fips Cases deaths
2020-04-15 Alabama 01 4241 123
2020-04-15 Alaska 02 291 7
2020-04-15 American Samoa 60 0 0
2020-04-15 Arizona 04 3962 142
2020-04-15 Arkansas 05 1599 34
2020-04-15 California 06 27107 885
2020-04-15 Colorado 08 8280 355
2020-04-15 Connecticut 09 14755 868
2020-04-15 Delaware 10 2014 46
2020-04-15 District of Columbia 11 2197 72
2020-04-15 Florida 12 22526 613
2020-04-15 Georgia 13 14583 569
2020-04-15 Guam 66 750 6
2020-04-15 Hawaii 15 524 9
2020-04-15 Idaho 16 1507 41
2020-04-15 Illinois 17 24593 958
2020-04-15 Indiana 18 8955 436
2020-04-15 Iowa 19 1995 53
2020-04-15 Kansas 20 1502 76
2020-04-15 Kentucky 21 2295 124
2020-04-15 Louisiana 22 21951 1103
2020-04-15 Maine 23 770 24
2020-04-15 Maryland 24 10032 349
2020-04-15 Massachusetts 25 29918 1108
2020-04-15 Michigan 26 27893 1919
2020-04-15 Minnesota 27 1809 87
2020-04-15 Mississippi 28 3360 122
2020-04-15 Missouri 29 4895 165
2020-04-15 Montana 30 404 7
2020-04-15 Nebraska 31 995 22
2020-04-15 Nevada 32 3212 137
2020-04-15 New Hampshire 33 1139 32
2020-04-15 New Jersey 34 71030 3156
2020-04-15 New Mexico 35 1484 36
2020-04-15 New York 36 213779 11586
2020-04-15 North Carolina 37 5123 128
2020-04-15 North Dakota 38 365 9
2020-04-15 Northern Mariana Islands 69 13 2
2020-04-15 Ohio 39 7791 361
2020-04-15 Oklahoma 40 2263 123
2020-04-15 Oregon 41 1663 58
2020-04-15 Pennsylvania 42 26804 833
2020-04-15 Puerto Rico 72 974 51
2020-04-15 Rhode Island 44 3251 87
2020-04-15 South Carolina 45 3656 107
2020-04-15 South Dakota 46 1168 6
2020-04-15 Tennessee 47 5878 137
2020-04-15 Texas 48 16104 395
2020-04-15 Utah 49 2549 20
2020-04-15 Vermont 50 759 30
2020-04-15 Virgin Islands 78 51 1
2020-04-15 Virginia 51 6500 195
2020-04-15 Washington 53 10783 572
2020-04-15 West Virginia 54 725 12
2020-04-15 Wisconsin 55 3721 184
2020-04-15 Wyoming 56 288 2
Date State Fips Cases deaths
2020-04-14 Alabama 01 3953 114
2020-04-14 Alaska 02 283 7
2020-04-14 American Samoa 60 0 0
2020-04-14 Arizona 04 3806 131
2020-04-14 Arkansas 05 1498 32
2020-04-14 California 06 25758 778
2020-04-14 Colorado 08 7941 329
2020-04-14 Connecticut 09 13989 671
2020-04-14 Delaware 10 1926 43
2020-04-14 District of Columbia 11 2058 67
2020-04-14 Florida 12 21620 570
2020-04-14 Georgia 13 13913 517
2020-04-14 Guam 66 721 6
2020-04-14 Hawaii 15 511 9
2020-04-14 Idaho 16 1464 39
2020-04-14 Illinois 17 23247 878
2020-04-14 Indiana 18 8527 387
2020-04-14 Iowa 19 1899 44
2020-04-14 Kansas 20 1439 69
2020-04-14 Kentucky 21 2210 115
2020-04-14 Louisiana 22 21518 1013
2020-04-14 Maine 23 734 20
2020-04-14 Maryland 24 9472 302
2020-04-14 Massachusetts 25 28163 957
2020-04-14 Michigan 26 26844 1766
2020-04-14 Minnesota 27 1695 79
2020-04-14 Mississippi 28 3087 111
2020-04-14 Missouri 29 4686 152
2020-04-14 Montana 30 399 7
2020-04-14 Nebraska 31 931 21
2020-04-14 Nevada 32 3137 130
2020-04-14 New Hampshire 33 1091 27
2020-04-14 New Jersey 34 68824 2805
2020-04-14 New Mexico 35 1407 36
2020-04-14 New York 36 202208 10834
2020-04-14 North Carolina 37 5024 116
2020-04-14 North Dakota 38 341 9
2020-04-14 Northern Mariana Islands 69 13 2
2020-04-14 Ohio 39 7280 324
2020-04-14 Oklahoma 40 2184 109
2020-04-14 Oregon 41 1633 55
2020-04-14 Pennsylvania 42 25591 746
2020-04-14 Puerto Rico 72 923 45
2020-04-14 Rhode Island 44 3251 80
2020-04-14 South Carolina 45 3553 97
2020-04-14 South Dakota 46 988 6
2020-04-14 Tennessee 47 5654 123
2020-04-14 Texas 48 15304 365
2020-04-14 Utah 49 2418 19
2020-04-14 Vermont 50 752 29
2020-04-14 Virgin Islands 78 51 1
2020-04-14 Virginia 51 6171 154
2020-04-14 Washington 53 10694 552
2020-04-14 West Virginia 54 697 10
2020-04-14 Wisconsin 55 3555 172
2020-04-14 Wyoming 56 282 1

 

Date State Fips Cases deaths
20-04-13 Alabama 01 3805 104
20-04-13 Alaska 02 275 6
2020-04-13 American Samoa 60 0 0
20-04-13 Arizona 04 3702 122
20-04-13 Arkansas 05 1475 30
20-04-13 California 06 24334 725
20-04-13 Colorado 08 7691 308
20-04-13 Connecticut 09 13381 602
20-04-13 Delaware 10 1761 41
20-04-13 District of Columbia 11 1955 52
20-04-13 Florida 12 21011 498
20-04-13 Georgia 13 13125 479
20-04-13 Guam 66 716 6
20-04-13 Hawaii 15 502 9
20-04-13 Idaho 16 1453 33
20-04-13 Illinois 17 22025 800
20-04-13 Indiana 18 8236 350
20-04-13 Iowa 19 1710 44
20-04-13 Kansas 20 1383 63
20-04-13 Kentucky 21 2048 106
20-04-13 Louisiana 22 21016 884
20-04-13 Maine 23 698 19
20-04-13 Maryland 24 8936 262
20-04-13 Massachusetts 25 26867 844
20-04-13 Michigan 26 25487 1601
20-04-13 Minnesota 27 1650 70
20-04-13 Mississippi 28 2942 98
20-04-13 Missouri 29 4388 137
20-04-13 Montana 30 394 7
20-04-13 Nebraska 31 871 19
20-04-13 Nevada 32 3036 114
20-04-13 New Hampshire 33 1020 23
20-04-13 New Jersey 34 64584 2443
20-04-13 New Mexico 35 1345 31
20-04-13 New York 36 195031 10056
20-04-13 North Carolina 37 4815 91
20-04-13 North Dakota 38 331 9
20-04-13 Northern Mariana Islands 69 11 2
20-04-13 Ohio 39 6975 274
20-04-13 Oklahoma 40 2069 98
20-04-13 Oregon 41 1584 53
20-04-13 Pennsylvania 42 24295 563
20-04-13 Puerto Rico 72 903 45
20-04-13 Rhode Island 44 2976 73
20-04-13 South Carolina 45 3439 87
20-04-13 South Dakota 46 868 6
20-04-13 Tennessee 47 5483 114
20-04-13 Texas 48 14488 320
20-04-13 Utah 49 2363 18
20-04-13 Vermont 50 748 28
20-04-13 Virgin Islands 78 51 1
2020-04-13 Virginia 51 5747 149
20-04-13 Washington 53 10538 525
20-04-13 West Virginia 54 638 9
20-04-13 Wisconsin 55 3428 155
20-04-13 Wyoming 56 275 1

 

All information

 

Date State Fips Cases deaths
2020-04-10 Alaska 02 244 5
2020-04-10 American Samoa 60 0 0
2020-04-10 Arizona 04 3112 97
2020-04-10 Arkansas 05 1202 24
2020-04-10 California 06 21366 594
2020-04-10 Colorado 08 6510 253
2020-04-10 Connecticut 09 10538 448
2020-04-10 Delaware 10 1326 32
2020-04-10 District of Columbia 11 1660 38
2020-04-10 Florida 12 17960 418
2020-04-10 Georgia 13 11859 425
2020-04-10 Guam 66 577 4
2020-04-10 Hawaii 15 463 8
2020-04-10 Idaho 16 1397 25
2020-04-10 Illinois 17 17887 607
2020-04-10 Indiana 18 6907 300
2020-04-10 Iowa 19 1388 31
2020-04-10 Kansas 20 1180 50
2020-04-10 Kentucky 21 1702 90
2020-04-10 Louisiana 22 19253 755
2020-04-10 Maine 23 586 17
2020-04-10 Maryland 24 6968 172
2020-04-10 Massachusetts 25 20974 599
2020-04-10 Michigan 26 22646 1280
2020-04-10 Minnesota 27 1335 57
2020-04-10 Mississippi 28 2469 82
2020-04-10 Missouri 29 3799 105
2020-04-10 Montana 30 365 6
2020-04-10 Nebraska 31 679 18
2020-04-10 Nevada 32 2606 86
2020-04-10 New Hampshire 33 885 22
2020-04-10 New Jersey 34 54588 1932
2020-04-10 New Mexico 35 1091 19
2020-04-10 New York 36 170512 7844
2020-04-10 North Carolina 37 3906 78
2020-04-10 North Dakota 38 278 7
2020-04-10 Northern Mariana Islands 69 11 2
2020-04-10 Ohio 39 5878 231
2020-04-10 Oklahoma 40 1794 88
2020-04-10 Oregon 41 1371 48
2020-04-10 Pennsylvania 42 20128 435
2020-04-10 Puerto Rico 72 725 39
2020-04-10 Rhode Island 44 2015 49
2020-04-10 South Carolina 45 3065 72
2020-04-10 South Dakota 46 536 7
2020-04-10 Tennessee 47 4793 104
2020-04-10 Texas 48 12288 247
2020-04-10 Utah 49 2103 17
2020-04-10 Vermont 50 679 24
2020-04-10 Virgin Islands 78 46 1
2020-04-10 Virginia 51 4509 121
2020-04-10 Washington 53 9887 483
2020-04-10 West Virginia 54 537 5
2020-04-10 Wisconsin 55 3068 131
2020-04-10 Wyoming 56 253 0
2020-04-11 Alabama 01 3262 93
2020-04-11 Alaska 02 255 6
2020-04-11 American Samoa 60 0 0
2020-04-11 Arizona 04 3393 112
2020-04-11 Arkansas 05 1228 25
2020-04-11 California 06 22421 632
2020-04-11 Colorado 08 6893 274
2020-04-11 Connecticut 09 11510 494
2020-04-11 Delaware 10 1479 33
2020-04-11 District of Columbia 11 1778 47
2020-04-11 Florida 12 18978 445
2020-04-11 Georgia 13 12261 432
2020-04-11 Guam 66 681 5
2020-04-11 Hawaii 15 484 8
2020-04-11 Idaho 16 1407 27
2020-04-11 Illinois 17 19180 682
2020-04-11 Indiana 18 7435 330
2020-04-11 Iowa 19 1510 34
2020-04-11 Kansas 20 1283 55
2020-04-11 Kentucky 21 1851 94
2020-04-11 Louisiana 22 20014 806
2020-04-11 Maine 23 616 19
2020-04-11 Maryland 24 7694 207
2020-04-11 Massachusetts 25 22860 686
2020-04-11 Michigan 26 23853 1391
2020-04-11 Minnesota 27 1427 64
2020-04-11 Mississippi 28 2642 93
2020-04-11 Missouri 29 4024 116
2020-04-11 Montana 30 377 6
2020-04-11 Nebraska 31 729 18
2020-04-11 Nevada 32 2720 111
2020-04-11 New Hampshire 33 929 23
2020-04-11 New Jersey 34 58151 2183
2020-04-11 New Mexico 35 1174 20
2020-04-11 New York 36 180458 8627
2020-04-11 North Carolina 37 4310 86
2020-04-11 North Dakota 38 293 7
2020-04-11 Northern Mariana Islands 69 11 2
2020-04-11 Ohio 39 6250 247
2020-04-11 Oklahoma 40 1868 93
2020-04-11 Oregon 41 1447 51
2020-04-11 Pennsylvania 42 21774 515
2020-04-11 Puerto Rico 72 788 42
2020-04-11 Rhode Island 44 2349 56
2020-04-11 South Carolina 45 3207 80
2020-04-11 South Dakota 46 626 6
2020-04-11 Tennessee 47 4983 107
2020-04-11 Texas 48 13206 266
2020-04-11 Utah 49 2206 18
2020-04-11 Vermont 50 711 25
2020-04-11 Virgin Islands 78 51 1
2020-04-11 Virginia 51 5077 130
2020-04-11 Washington 53 10224 498
2020-04-11 West Virginia 54 593 6
2020-04-11 Wisconsin 55 3213 141
2020-04-11 Wyoming 56 261 0
2020-04-12 Alabama 01 3583 93
2020-04-12 Alaska 02 270 6
2020-04-12 American Samoa 60 0 0
2020-04-12 Arizona 04 3539 117
2020-04-12 Arkansas 05 1280 27
2020-04-12 California 06 23323 676
2020-04-12 Colorado 08 7303 290
2020-04-12 Connecticut 09 12035 554
2020-04-12 Delaware 10 1625 35
2020-04-12 District of Columbia 11 1875 50
2020-04-12 Florida 12 19887 460
2020-04-12 Georgia 13 12103 438
2020-04-12 Guam 66 716 5
2020-04-12 Hawaii 15 497 9
2020-04-12 Idaho 16 1426 27
2020-04-12 Illinois 17 20852 727
2020-04-12 Indiana 18 7928 343
2020-04-12 Iowa 19 1587 41
2020-04-12 Kansas 20 1338 56
2020-04-12 Kentucky 21 1963 98
2020-04-12 Louisiana 22 20595 840
2020-04-12 Maine 23 633 19
2020-04-12 Maryland 24 8225 236
2020-04-12 Massachusetts 25 25475 756
2020-04-12 Michigan 26 24494 1486
2020-04-12 Minnesota 27 1621 70
2020-04-12 Mississippi 28 2781 96
2020-04-12 Missouri 29 4160 116
2020-04-12 Montana 30 387 6
2020-04-12 Nebraska 31 820 18
2020-04-12 Nevada 32 2860 113
2020-04-12 New Hampshire 33 985 23
2020-04-12 New Jersey 34 61850 2350
2020-04-12 New Mexico 35 1245 26
2020-04-12 New York 36 188694 9385
2020-04-12 North Carolina 37 4520 86
2020-04-12 North Dakota 38 308 8
2020-04-12 Northern Mariana Islands 69 11 2
2020-04-12 Ohio 39 6604 253
2020-04-12 Oklahoma 40 1970 96
2020-04-12 Oregon 41 1527 52
2020-04-12 Pennsylvania 42 22955 525
2020-04-12 Puerto Rico 72 897 44
2020-04-12 Rhode Island 44 2665 63
2020-04-12 South Carolina 45 3319 82
2020-04-12 South Dakota 46 730 6
2020-04-12 Tennessee 47 5144 107
2020-04-12 Texas 48 13774 289
2020-04-12 Utah 49 2303 18
2020-04-12 Vermont 50 727 27
2020-04-12 Virgin Islands 78 51 1
2020-04-12 Virginia 51 5274 141
2020-04-12 Washington 53 10411 511
2020-04-12 West Virginia 54 615 8
2020-04-12 Wisconsin 55 3341 145
2020-04-12 Wyoming 56 270 0

 

What is a coronavirus?
Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses that can be pathogenic in humans and animals. Several coronaviruses are known to cause respiratory infections in humans, ranging from the common cold to more serious illnesses such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS). The latest coronavirus that has been discovered is responsible for Coronavirus 2019 disease (COVID-19).

What is COVID-19?
COVID-19 is the infectious disease caused by the last coronavirus that was discovered. This new virus and disease were unknown before the outbreak in Wuhan, China, in December 2019.

What are the symptoms of COVID-19?
The most common symptoms of COVID-19 are fever, fatigue and a dry cough. Some patients experience pain, nasal congestion, runny nose, sore throat or diarrhea. These symptoms are usually mild and appear progressively. Some people, although infected, have no symptoms and feel fine. Most people (about 80%) recover without needing any special treatment. About one in six people who get the disease have more severe symptoms, including shortness of breath. The elderly and those with other health problems (such as high blood pressure, heart problems or diabetes) are more likely to have severe symptoms. Anyone who has a fever, cough or difficulty breathing should see a doctor.

How is IDVOC-19 spread?
VIDOC-19 is spread by people who carry the virus. The disease can be spread from person to person through respiratory droplets expelled through the nose or mouth when a person coughs or sneezes. These droplets can be found on objects or surfaces around the person. You can get VIDOC-19 if you touch these objects or surfaces and then touch your eyes, nose or mouth. VIDOC-19 can also be contracted by inhaling droplets from a sick person who has just coughed or sneezed. This is why it is important to stay more than one metre away from a sick person.

WHO is reviewing ongoing research on how COVID-19 spreads and will continue to provide updated results.

Is the virus responsible for VIDOC-19 transmissible by air?
Studies to date suggest that the virus responsible for VIDOC-19 is mainly transmissible through contact with respiratory droplets, rather than through the air. See the answer to the previous question, « How is COVID-19 spread? »

Can you get VIDOC-19 from a person who is symptom-free?
The disease is spread mainly through respiratory droplets expelled by people who cough. The risk of contracting VIDOC-19 from a person who has no symptoms is very low. However, many people with the disease have only mild symptoms. This is especially true in the early stages of the disease. It is therefore possible to contract COVID-19 from a person who has, for example, only a mild cough but does not feel sick. WHO is reviewing ongoing research on the transmission delay of COVID-19 and will continue to provide updated results.

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