United States COVID-19 Statistics

Updated May 14, 2021 @ 12:00pm EDT
Population  330,756,000
Cases
32,854,645
Total
9.93% Per Capita
Deaths
584,510
Total
0.177% Per Capita
New Cases
4,300,180
May 14
13.1% Growth

Yesterday there were 68,071 new confirmed* cases, 0 recoveries, 1,536 deaths. The current 7-day rolling average of 68,121 new cases/day declined 25.1% from 14 days ago, while the average of 2,034 deaths/day declined 17.22%, at that rate...

Cases in 7 Days
33,320,352
Estimated
465,707 New Cases
Cases in 14 Days
33,767,137
Estimated
912,492 New Cases
Cases in 30 Days
34,721,374
Estimated
1,866,729 New Cases
U.S.
Mortality Rate
1.8%
Currently
W.H.O.
Mortality Rate
3.6%
Average
Deaths in 7 Days
598,048
Estimated
13,538 New Deaths
Deaths in 14 Days
610,360
Estimated
25,850 New Deaths
Deaths in 30 Days
633,899
Estimated
49,389 New Deaths

* The number of cases displayed reflects how many have been tested & confirmed so far. It does NOT include the potentially many undetected people who are currently infected with COVID-19, whether asymptomatic or undiagnosed.


Testing Stats

Tests Performed
363,825,123
Total as of May 13
110% Per Capita
Tests Per Day
0
7 Day Avg
0% Per Capita
Positive Test Rate
3.6%
7 Day Avg
W.H.O. target: 10% max
Another gauge of expanding infection is an increasing positive test rate relative to overall testing.

State Level Stats

TOTAL
Cases
TOTAL
Deaths
MORTALITY
Rate
AVG CASES
Per/Day
14-DAY
Growth
AVG DEATHS
Per/Day
AVG TESTS
Per/Day
California #1 3,764,400
9.5% pop
62,573
0.2% pop
1.7% 5,178 -46.59% 405 133,186
0.3% pop
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Texas #2 2,924,899
10.1% pop
50,840
0.2% pop
1.7% 7,936 -25% 212 76,040
0.3% pop
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Florida #3 2,282,613
10.6% pop
35,929
0.2% pop
1.6% 5,711 -19.06% 132 64,599
0.3% pop
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New York #4 2,079,749
10.7% pop
52,866
0.3% pop
2.5% 7,230 -15.15% 114 227,768
1.2% pop
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Illinois #5 1,361,569
10.7% pop
24,671
0.2% pop
1.8% 1,805 -20.1% 41 68,094
0.5% pop
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Pennsylvania #6 1,182,589
9.2% pop
26,666
0.2% pop
2.3% 2,517 -26.14% 51 52,432
0.4% pop
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Georgia #7 1,113,411
10.5% pop
20,450
0.2% pop
1.8% 2,920 -13.94% 79 18,827
0.2% pop
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Ohio #8 1,088,343
9.3% pop
19,441
0.2% pop
1.8% 1,979 -27.62% 70 29,289
0.3% pop
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New Jersey #9 1,009,521
11.4% pop
25,906
0.3% pop
2.6% 3,228 -5.14% 58 2,519
0.02% pop
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North Carolina #10 987,837
9.4% pop
12,853
0.1% pop
1.3% 2,636 -28.21% 46 19,327
0.2% pop
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Michigan #11 972,746
9.7% pop
19,646
0.2% pop
2% 1,326 +12.2% 24 18,616
0.2% pop
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Arizona #12 871,168
12% pop
17,438
0.2% pop
2% 1,364 -42.62% 70 45,110
0.6% pop
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Tennessee #13 856,428
12.5% pop
12,305
0.2% pop
1.4% 1,412 -22.93% 40 8,082
0.1% pop
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Indiana #14 732,692
10.9% pop
13,450
0.2% pop
1.8% 898 -31.45% 32 29,427
0.4% pop
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Massachusetts #15 699,908
10.1% pop
17,722
0.3% pop
2.5% 1,703 -13.9% 42 96,578
1.4% pop
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Virginia #16 668,726
7.8% pop
10,961
0.1% pop
1.6% 1,786 -40.11% 170 19,925
0.2% pop
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Wisconsin #17 668,208
11.5% pop
7,706
0.1% pop
1.2% 729 -20.67% 21 19,193
0.3% pop
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Missouri #18 599,365
9.8% pop
9,266
0.2% pop
1.5% 534 -30.92% 32 10,659
0.2% pop
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Minnesota #19 591,445
10.5% pop
7,367
0.1% pop
1.2% 805 +3.3% 8 25,369
0.4% pop
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South Carolina #20 585,957
11.4% pop
9,619
0.2% pop
1.6% 1,971 -34.06% 35 27,264
0.5% pop
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Alabama #21 532,895
10.9% pop
11,001
0.2% pop
2.1% 957 -21.3% 49 2,347
0.04% pop
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Colorado #22 528,533
9.2% pop
6,423
0.1% pop
1.2% 1,093 -10.12% 9 38,163
0.7% pop
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Louisiana #23 464,412
10% pop
10,469
0.2% pop
2.3% 901 -21.99% 21 21,318
0.5% pop
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Maryland #24 455,257
7.5% pop
8,908
0.1% pop
2% 791 -24.52% 23 33,128
0.5% pop
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Kentucky #25 451,213
10.1% pop
6,637
0.1% pop
1.5% 1,133 -27.97% 29 2,887
0.1% pop
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Oklahoma #26 450,696
11.4% pop
6,878
0.2% pop
1.5% 784 -42.77% 32 461
0.01% pop
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Washington #27 419,382
5.5% pop
5,626
0.1% pop
1.3% 855 -24.27% 20 24,040
0.3% pop
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Utah #28 401,669
12.5% pop
2,255
0.1% pop
0.6% 677 -29.18% 13 6,828
0.2% pop
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Iowa #29 369,026
11.7% pop
5,997
0.2% pop
1.6% 585 -12.29% 20 1,556
0.04% pop
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Connecticut #30 344,612
9.7% pop
8,168
0.2% pop
2.4% 978 -14.06% 15 13,956
0.4% pop
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Arkansas #31 338,235
11.2% pop
5,783
0.2% pop
1.7% 567 -36.93% 10 3,380
0.1% pop
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Nevada #32 320,150
10.4% pop
5,523
0.2% pop
1.7% 403 -34.58% 13 6,201
0.2% pop
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Mississippi #33 314,509
10.6% pop
7,247
0.2% pop
2.3% 550 -33.17% 17 260
0.009% pop
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Kansas #34 312,839
10.7% pop
5,030
0.2% pop
1.6% 398 -38.77% 17 1,929
0.1% pop
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Nebraska #35 222,335
11.5% pop
2,286
0.1% pop
1% 282 -43.82% 5 1
0% pop
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New Mexico #36 200,432
9.6% pop
4,112
0.2% pop
2.1% 345 -19.95% 13 11,702
0.6% pop
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Oregon #37 193,732
4.6% pop
2,572
0.1% pop
1.3% 372 -17.7% 8 26,453
0.6% pop
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Idaho #38 189,735
10.6% pop
2,064
0.1% pop
1.1% 285 -12.31% 5 396
0.02% pop
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West Virginia #39 157,626
8.8% pop
2,751
0.2% pop
1.7% 317 -23.06% 7 6,449
0.4% pop
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Rhode Island #40 150,231
14.2% pop
2,698
0.3% pop
1.8% 354 -15.51% 3 13,513
1.3% pop
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Puerto Rico #41 136,199
4.3% pop
2,421
0.1% pop
1.8% 173 -31.62% 11 305
0.01% pop
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South Dakota #42 123,599
14% pop
1,989
0.2% pop
1.6% 162 +3.8% 4 1,275
0.1% pop
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Montana #43 110,429
10.3% pop
1,597
0.1% pop
1.4% 171 -25.97% 3 3,132
0.3% pop
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North Dakota #44 108,877
14.3% pop
1,533
0.2% pop
1.4% 79 +23.4% 2 679
0.1% pop
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Delaware #45 106,580
11% pop
1,648
0.2% pop
1.5% 284 -17.68% 8 5,867
0.6% pop
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New Hampshire #46 97,304
7.2% pop
1,326
0.1% pop
1.4% 287 -18% 3 15,697
1.2% pop
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Alaska #47 69,351
9.5% pop
353
0.04% pop
0.5% 125 -23.78% 1 2,382
0.3% pop
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Maine #48 65,348
4.9% pop
799
0.1% pop
1.2% 161 -14.36% 7 7,490
0.6% pop
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Wyoming #49 58,996
10.2% pop
712
0.1% pop
1.2% 96 +31.5% 2 1,038
0.2% pop
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District of Columbia #50 48,424
6.9% pop
1,116
0.2% pop
2.3% 133 +4.7% 3 0
0% pop
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Hawaii #51 34,991
2.5% pop
489
0.03% pop
1.4% 59 +9.3% 2 5,117
0.4% pop
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Vermont #52 23,792
3.8% pop
252
0.04% pop
1.1% 106 -4.5% 2 8,748
1.4% pop
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Guam #53 8,079
4.9% pop
140
0.1% pop
1.7% 3 -62.5% 1 1
0.001% pop
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Virgin Islands #54 3,261
3.1% pop
27
0.02% pop
0.8% 11 +22.2% 1 57
0.1% pop
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Northern Mariana Islands #55 170
0.3% pop
19
0.03% pop
11.2% 2 -100% 1 0
0% pop
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Flu Comparison

Some people say COVID-19 is like the flu, is it?
The 10-year average of about 28,645,000 flu cases per year has a 1.6% hospitalization rate and a 0.13% mortality rate. Unfortunately, CV19 is currently 14 times more deadly at 1.8% with a 20% overall hospitalization rate. If there were 28,645,000 cases...
Flu Hospitalizations
458,320
Total
CV19 Hospitalizations
5,729,000
Total
Flu Deaths
37,239
Total
CV19 Deaths
515,610
Total
Helpful Resources

CDC: How to Plan, Prepare, and Respond to COVID-19
EPA Approved Disinfectants for Use Against COVID-19
Dont Panic: Comprehensive COVID-19 Guide
Food Safety and COVID-19: A Comprehensive Guide

Data Sources:
John Hopkins CSSE
CDC Testing Report

References:
https://www.aha.org/statistics/fast-facts-us-hospitals
http://www.centerforhealthsecurity.org/cbn/2020/cbnreport-02272020.html
https://www.statnews.com/2020/03/10/simple-math-alarming-answers-covid-19/
https://www.cdc.gov/flu/about/burden/index.html
https://covidactnow.org/
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