United States
24,535,513
Confirmed
408,487
Deaths
13,714,984
Recovered
10,412,042
Active

Different parts of the country are seeing different levels of COVID-19 activity. The United States nationally is in the initiation phase of the pandemic. States in which community spread is occurring are in the acceleration phase.

The duration and severity of each pandemic phase can vary depending on the characteristics of the virus and the public health response.

CDC and state and local public health laboratories are testing for the virus that causes COVID-19.

View CDC’s Public Health Laboratory Testing map. All 50 states have reported cases of COVID-19 to CDC.

RegionConfirmedConfirmed (24h)DeathsDeaths (24h)Deaths (%)RecoveredRecovered (24h)Recovered (%)ActiveActive (%)
Alabama
432,5362,8816,379961.5%233,211053.9%192,94644.6%
Alaska
52,60521225410.5%7,165013.6%45,18685.9%
Arizona
699,9429,39811,7722441.7%95,23099313.6%592,94084.7%
Arkansas
279,2203,1064,496551.6%254,0762,82491.0%20,6487.4%
California
3,100,02725,21535,7967361.2%1,178,827038.0%1,885,40460.8%
Colorado
381,2101,9835,440181.4%78,509020.6%297,26178.0%
Connecticut
235,7961,6626,774482.9%55,461023.5%173,56173.6%
Delaware
72,5237481,02711.4%18,851026.0%52,64572.6%
District of Columbia
34,61220986412.5%24,25124270.1%9,49727.4%
Florida
1,613,88412,87325,1281631.6%776,811048.1%811,94550.3%
Georgia
844,7998,07912,8891111.5%359,659042.6%472,25155.9%
Hawaii
25,32911932831.3%13,182052.0%11,81946.7%
Idaho
158,2006121,654171.1%73,51780646.5%83,02952.5%
Illinois
1,086,3334,97920,4231381.9%795,588073.2%270,32224.9%
Indiana
601,9373,6249,593641.6%387,3242,14164.4%205,02034.1%
Iowa
310,4431,6554,445511.4%272,0041,37987.6%33,99411.0%
Kansas
265,7091873,57501.4%161,774060.9%100,36037.8%
Kentucky
338,0343,7133,301581.0%41,46922912.3%293,26486.8%
Louisiana
378,3183,7368,442592.2%320,025084.6%49,85113.2%
Maine
35,63867553661.5%12,1282634.0%22,97464.5%
Maryland
334,5192,1666,735462.0%9,45922.8%318,32595.2%
Massachusetts
486,1805,14013,906772.9%338,281069.6%133,99327.6%
Michigan
592,4722,52714,9331632.5%442,408074.7%135,13122.8%
Minnesota
450,7621,2706,079321.4%433,72298496.2%10,9612.4%
Mississippi
259,1172,2905,668302.2%207,769080.2%45,68017.6%
Missouri
457,16406,710351.5%397,080086.9%53,37411.7%
Montana
90,6493941,10061.2%84,70845393.5%4,8415.3%
Nebraska
185,3468641,86861.0%129,6082,38769.9%53,87029.1%
Nevada
266,3431,2003,910471.5%199,294074.8%63,13923.7%
New Hampshire
60,294857962121.6%53,12887788.1%6,20410.3%
New Jersey
646,1895,04920,760963.2%301,810046.7%323,61950.1%
New Mexico
166,8239883,044351.8%91,0961,34054.6%72,68343.6%
New York
1,293,71913,90841,7872003.2%496,437038.4%755,49558.4%
North Carolina
698,0997,1878,3391391.2%579,573083.0%110,18715.8%
North Dakota
96,3701481,422131.5%93,80114397.3%1,1471.2%
Ohio
849,7047,27110,5181091.2%712,8648,81983.9%126,32214.9%
Oklahoma
363,0462,6863,140550.9%327,1353,89590.1%32,7719.0%
Oregon
135,9738311,843111.4%5,90104.3%128,22994.3%
Pennsylvania
793,1385,55420,1282602.5%615,2904,41877.6%157,72019.9%
Rhode Island
108,7869102,076181.9%6,553586.0%100,15792.1%
South Carolina
404,4924,6496,373451.6%181,3221,69044.8%216,79753.6%
South Dakota
106,4003371,67361.6%100,63834594.6%4,0893.8%
Tennessee
697,7833,4928,6841281.2%639,4446,01691.6%49,6557.1%
Texas
2,208,87123,31733,9424511.5%1,763,24724,11179.8%411,68218.6%
Utah
330,4692,0891,547300.5%276,7934,68083.8%52,12915.8%
Vermont
10,58010916831.6%7,0836367.0%3,32931.5%
Virgin Islands (US)
2,30502401.0%2,008087.1%27311.8%
Virginia
459,6044,0135,940791.3%36,3792767.9%417,28590.8%
Washington
296,0872,0704,0651251.4%114,586038.7%177,43659.9%
West Virginia
112,6179401,849131.6%85,0311,40775.5%25,73722.9%
Wisconsin
575,6882,5696,090551.1%498,3682,07186.6%71,23012.4%
Wyoming
50,42430055001.1%47,96427195.1%1,9103.8%
The outbreak in this country, where there are now more known cases than in China or Italy, looks vastly different than it did a month ago. At the start of March, with extremely limited testing available, only 70 cases had been reported in the United States, most of them tied to overseas travel. With testing now more readily available, at least 20 states now have more than 1,000 known cases within their borders, including Maryland, where 10 people have died and where dozens of people at a nursing home have been infected.