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At a Glance:

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (Covid-19)

Note: Please refer to your local government for additional information.

Total Confirmed U.S. Cases

12,954,671
Updated: Source: Johns Hopkins University Center for Systems Science and Engineering

CDC Pandemic Severity Index:

Category 5

The Pandemic Severity Index (PSI) is a proposed classification scale for reporting the severity of influenza pandemics in the United States. The PSI was accompanied by a set of guidelines intended to help communicate appropriate actions for communities to follow in potential pandemic situations. - CDC

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U.S. Deaths

265,889

Total deaths reported in the United States from this disease based on reports from the CDC.

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U.S. Recovery

7,636,492

Total number reported in the United States for people who recovered from this disease based on reports from the CDC.

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U.S. Case Fatality Rate

2.05%

The Case Fatality Rate (CFR) is the ratio of deaths from a certain disease to the total number of people diagnosed with this disease for a certain period of time.- Britannica

Of note: The Flu has a CFR of only 0.1% most years.

United States Specific Information - Section 2 - States

States Reporting Cases of COVID-19 to CDC

State Cases Deaths Recovery CFR
Texas 1,212,095 ▲ (+19758) 21,417 ▲ (+195) 956,971 1.77%
California 1,150,222 ▲ (+16273) 18,874 ▲ (+105) 548,671 1.64%
Florida 953,300 ▲ (+8555) 18,164 ▲ (+74) 640,285 1.91%
Illinois 674,089 ▲ (+9469) 12,262 ▲ (+150) 349,392 1.82%
New York 645,834 ▲ (+5478) 34,305 ▲ (+34) 438,266 5.31%
Georgia 454,732 ▲ (+3676) 9,221 ▲ (+6) 285,536 2.03%
Ohio 371,908 ▲ (+8604) 6,118 ▲ (+98) 236,618 1.65%
Wisconsin 363,973 ▲ (+6202) 3,115 ▲ (+104) 284,903 0.86%
Michigan 347,746 ▲ (+6782) 9,094 ▲ (+154) 152,267 2.62%
Tennessee 345,854 ▲ (+1304) 4,374 ▲ (+73) 303,234 1.26%
North Carolina 342,294 ▲ (+3100) 5,074 ▲ (+35) 293,555 1.48%
Pennsylvania 326,615 ▲ (+6365) 10,034 ▲ (+84) 202,274 3.07%
New Jersey 321,479 ▲ (+4889) 16,953 ▲ (+46) 192,668 5.27%
Arizona 306,868 ▲ (+4544) 6,515 ▲ (+51) 49,234 2.12%
Indiana 306,538 ▲ (+5625) 5,435 ▲ (+103) 173,231 1.77%
Missouri 293,241 ▲ (+4156) 3,932 ▲ (+138) 77,297 1.34%
Minnesota 282,916 ▲ (+6416) 3,359 ▲ (+38) 233,847 1.19%
Alabama 236,865 ▲ (+2785) 3,472 ▲ (+13) 90,702 1.47%
Louisiana 224,403 ▲ (+3243) 6,323 ▲ (+39) 185,960 2.82%
Virginia 223,582 ▲ (+2544) 3,979 ▲ (+37) 23,498 1.78%
Iowa 216,148 ▲ (+2909) 2,226 ▲ (+18) 119,717 1.03%
Massachusetts 211,199 ▲ (+2576) 10,551 ▲ (+20) 160,199 5%
South Carolina 209,230 ▲ (+1678) 4,313 ▲ (+25) 109,724 2.06%
Colorado 206,439 ▲ (+4150) 2,860 ▲ (+50) 54,015 1.39%
Maryland 185,464 ▲ (+1667) 4,481 ▲ (+33) 8,517 2.42%
Utah 182,121 ▲ (+2701) 808 ▲ (+11) 118,773 0.44%
Oklahoma 180,610 ▲ (+2736) 1,664 ▲ (+15) 145,686 0.92%
Kentucky 162,838 ▲ (+2606) 1,809 ▲ (+17) 26,951 1.11%
Washington 157,024 ▲ (+2490) 2,703 ▲ (+32) 63,703 1.72%
Arkansas 148,312 ▲ (+2122) 2,405 ▲ (+18) 128,831 1.62%
Mississippi 144,544 ▲ (+665) 3,729 ▲ (+53) 121,637 2.58%
Kansas 143,978 ▲ (+245) 1,456 87,580 1.01%
Nevada 139,080 ▲ (+2853) 2,047 ▲ (+24) 80,710 1.47%
Nebraska 115,921 934 58,686 0.81%
Connecticut 107,280 ▲ (+540) 4,881 ▲ (+10) 47,051 4.55%
Idaho 94,730 ▲ (+1640) 874 ▲ (+8) 38,397 0.92%
New Mexico 86,247 ▲ (+2099) 1,428 ▲ (+28) 29,568 1.66%
South Dakota 74,859 ▲ (+1011) 821 ▲ (+2) 57,381 1.1%
North Dakota 74,401 ▲ (+1004) 883 ▲ (+37) 64,611 1.19%
Oregon 67,333 ▲ (+1000) 847 ▲ (+21) 66,486 1.26%
Montana 57,504 ▲ (+1123) 630 ▲ (+16) 40,686 1.1%
Rhode Island 51,424 ▲ (+851) 1,325 ▲ (+16) 3,469 2.58%
West Virginia 42,083 ▲ (+969) 682 ▲ (+15) 27,461 1.62%
Delaware 32,664 ▲ (+453) 757 ▲ (+5) 16,262 2.32%
Wyoming 29,959 ▲ (+528) 202 17,896 0.67%
Alaska 27,669 ▲ (+584) 115 ▲ (+13) 7,165 0.42%
District Of Columbia 20,409 ▲ (+119) 673 ▲ (+1) 15,085 3.3%
New Hampshire 18,382 ▲ (+340) 513 ▲ (+1) 13,558 2.79%
Hawaii 17,393 ▲ (+60) 233 12,684 1.34%
Maine 10,799 ▲ (+255) 189 ▲ (+12) 8,232 1.75%
Vermont 3,762 ▲ (+48) 64 ▲ (+1) 2,339 1.7%
Puerto Rico 87,782 ▲ (+452) 1,038 ▲ (+6) 39,895 1.18%
Guam 6,655 ▲ (+53) 107 ▲ (+1) 4,952 1.61%
United States Virgin Islands 1,507 23 1,427 1.53%
Northern Mariana Islands 104 2 29 1.92%
American Samoa 3 0 0 0%
US Military 110,982 124 67,165 0.11%
Veteran Affairs 101,325 ▲ (+1600) 4,691 ▲ (+97) 83,021 4.63%
Federal Prisons 26,565 ▲ (+816) 147 ▲ (+2) 20,914 0.55%
Navajo Nation 15,236 631 8,205 4.14%
Grand Princess Ship 103 3 0 2.91%
Wuhan Repatriated 3 0 0 0%
Diamond Princess Ship 46 0 0 0%
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U.S. Case Rate

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U.S. Death Rate

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U.S. New Cases Rate

Global Information - Section 2

The Current State of the World

Updated:
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Total Global Cases

60,087,772

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Global Deaths

1,413,788
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Global Recovery

41,542,142
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Global CFR

2.35%
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Global Case Rate

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Global Death Rate

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Global New Case Rate

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World Health Organization

Phase 5 - Pandemic

  • Phase 1 -3
  • Phase 4
  • Phase 5
  • Phase 6
  • Post-Peak
  • Post-Pandemic
What is Coronavirus - Section 1

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) FAQ

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What is Covid-19?

A novel coronavirus is a new coronavirus that has not been previously identified. The virus causing coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), is not the same as the coronaviruses that commonly circulate among humans and cause mild illness, like the common cold.

A diagnosis with coronavirus 229E, NL63, OC43, or HKU1 is not the same as a COVID-19 diagnosis. Patients with COVID-19 will be evaluated and cared for differently than patients with common coronavirus diagnosis.

What are the symptoms?

Reported illnesses have ranged from mild symptoms to severe illness and death for confirmed coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases. Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure:

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Coughing

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High Fever

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Shortness of Breath

How is prevention possible?

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Wash your hands

Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.

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Don't touch your face

Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.

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Avoid close contact

Avoid close contact with people who are sick.

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Avoid large crowds

If you live in an area with a large number of cases, avoid large crowds when possible.

Prevent the spread if you are sick

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Wear a facemask

If you're sick, you should wear a facemask when you are around other people (e.g., sharing a room or vehicle) or pets and before you enter a healthcare provider’s office.

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Wash your hands

Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.

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Cough into your elbow

Coughing into your elbow helps to reduce the amount of germs you spread.

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Frequently clean common surfaces

Use a household cleaning spray or wipe, according to the label instructions.

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Avoid large groups

Avoid large groups of people, including taking public transit, going to concerts, bars, sporting events, etc.

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Stay home

Use a household cleaning spray or wipe, according to the label instructions.

Quarantine - Section 1

In case of mass infection

Quarantine
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What is a quarantine?

noun: a state, period, or place of isolation in which people or animals that have arrived from elsewhere or been exposed to infectious or contagious disease are placed.

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Why would there be a Quarantine?

Quarantine's are put in place by local governments to try and prevent more people from transmitting a contagious disease.

How to prepare for a Possible Quarantine

Ideally you should have a two-week supply of items in case of a prolonged quarantine. Quarantines may affect businesses being open and supply chain routes.

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Non-perishable foods for your family

Ready-to-eat canned meats, fruits, and vegetables are good, along with protein or fruit bars, dry cereal, peanut butter, and soups, Keep in mind allergies for yourself and everyone in your family.

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Medicine and first aid kits

Stock up on medicines your normal prescriptions, and also medicine for minor things such as cold and cough medicine. Ensure your first aid kit is up to date and well stocked.

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What could be affected

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Schools

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Businesses

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Concerts

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Large Gatherings

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Restaurants

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Sport Events

Resources - Section 5

Posters to Share

Below are some posters I personally created to help spread the word about what you can do to help prevent the spread of the disease. Feel free to download and share them.

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