United States COVID-19 Statistics

Updated Oct 26, 2020 @ 9:18pm EDT
Population  330,756,000
Cases
8,698,699
Total
2.63% Per Capita
Deaths
225,677
Total
0.068% Per Capita
New Cases
62,733
October 26
0.7% Growth

Yesterday there were 60,789 new confirmed* cases, 16,222 recoveries, 340 deaths. The current 7-day rolling average of 68,768 new cases/day grew 38.8% from 14 days ago, while the average of 794 deaths/day grew 13.3%, at that rate...

Cases in 7 Days
9,241,192
Estimated
542,493 New Cases
Cases in 14 Days
9,907,870
Estimated
1,209,171 New Cases
Cases in 30 Days
12,061,864
Estimated
3,363,165 New Cases
U.S.
Mortality Rate
2.6%
Currently
W.H.O.
Mortality Rate
3.6%
Average
Deaths in 7 Days
231,446
Estimated
5,769 New Deaths
Deaths in 14 Days
237,583
Estimated
11,906 New Deaths
Deaths in 30 Days
252,996
Estimated
27,319 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
133,750,060
Total as of Oct 26
40.44% Per Capita
Tests Per Day
1,100,662
7 Day Avg
0.33% Per Capita
Positive Test Rate
5.4%
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 #1 910,348
2.3% pop
17,386
0.04% pop
1.9% 4,415 +37.9% 55 194,944
0.5% pop
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Texas #2 898,056
3.1% pop
17,975
0.1% pop
2% 5,429 +41.8% 70 46,908
0.2% pop
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Florida #3 782,013
3.6% pop
16,449
0.1% pop
2.1% 3,374 +30.1% 66 32,026
0.1% pop
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New York #4 496,655
2.6% pop
33,424
0.2% pop
6.7% 1,598 +14.1% 10 82,117
0.4% pop
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Illinois #5 383,699
3% pop
9,792
0.1% pop
2.6% 4,476 +66.4% 43 57,264
0.5% pop
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Georgia #6 351,881
3.3% pop
7,827
0.1% pop
2.2% 1,481 +20.5% 25 16,356
0.2% pop
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North Carolina #7 261,742
2.5% pop
4,170
0.04% pop
1.6% 2,011 +8.3% 32 28,460
0.3% pop
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Tennessee #8 249,866
3.7% pop
3,163
0.04% pop
1.3% 2,692 +34.7% 32 22,699
0.3% pop
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Arizona #9 238,964
3.3% pop
5,875
0.1% pop
2.5% 1,002 +40.7% 7 8,394
0.1% pop
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New Jersey #10 229,684
2.6% pop
16,292
0.2% pop
7.1% 1,261 +63.8% 11 69,352
0.8% pop
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Pennsylvania #11 201,248
1.6% pop
8,659
0.1% pop
4.3% 1,709 +37.2% 26 12,860
0.1% pop
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Wisconsin #12 201,049
3.5% pop
1,788
0.03% pop
0.9% 4,569 +79.3% 30 12,877
0.2% pop
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Ohio #13 200,231
1.7% pop
5,217
0.04% pop
2.6% 2,333 +59.8% 20 36,206
0.3% pop
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Alabama #14 185,322
3.8% pop
2,866
0.1% pop
1.5% 1,676 +84.4% 12 5,028
0.1% pop
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Louisiana #15 180,069
3.9% pop
5,854
0.1% pop
3.3% 581 +12.6% 13 5,059
0.1% pop
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Michigan #16 179,669
1.8% pop
7,552
0.1% pop
4.2% 2,073 +67.3% 26 72,397
0.7% pop
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Virginia #17 173,663
2% pop
3,577
0.04% pop
2.1% 1,014 +2.4% 21 15,308
0.2% pop
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Missouri #18 171,796
2.8% pop
2,820
0.04% pop
1.6% 1,835 +19.2% 33 13,764
0.2% pop
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South Carolina #19 171,501
3.3% pop
3,823
0.1% pop
2.2% 956 +13.4% 22 26,818
0.5% pop
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Indiana #20 164,581
2.4% pop
4,143
0.1% pop
2.5% 2,147 +42% 28 23,867
0.4% pop
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Massachusetts #21 151,777
2.2% pop
9,881
0.1% pop
6.5% 987 +64.2% 19 55,858
0.8% pop
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Maryland #22 140,844
2.3% pop
4,099
0.1% pop
2.9% 661 +13.6% 9 21,807
0.4% pop
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Minnesota #23 135,372
2.4% pop
2,406
0.04% pop
1.8% 1,570 +27.1% 17 23,691
0.4% pop
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Oklahoma #24 117,399
3% pop
1,251
0.03% pop
1.1% 1,349 +15.1% 12 663
0.01% pop
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Iowa #25 116,728
3.7% pop
1,648
0.1% pop
1.4% 1,272 +23.7% 15 2,962
0.1% pop
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Mississippi #26 115,763
3.9% pop
3,263
0.1% pop
2.8% 726 +12.2% 12 675
0.02% pop
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Arkansas #27 106,727
3.5% pop
1,833
0.1% pop
1.7% 1,007 +16.3% 16 6,845
0.2% pop
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Utah #28 106,083
3.3% pop
574
0.01% pop
0.5% 1,499 +29.3% 5 5,745
0.2% pop
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Washington #29 103,500
1.4% pop
2,321
0.03% pop
2.2% 674 +70.6% 9 20,728
0.3% pop
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Kentucky #30 97,866
2.2% pop
1,410
0.03% pop
1.4% 1,334 +20.1% 13 24,685
0.6% pop
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Colorado #31 97,277
1.7% pop
2,226
0.03% pop
2.3% 1,399 +78% 7 24,058
0.4% pop
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Nevada #32 96,178
3.1% pop
1,745
0.1% pop
1.8% 778 +39.2% 5 3,452
0.1% pop
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Kansas #33 76,514
2.6% pop
957
0.03% pop
1.3% 793 +21.4% 14 9,669
0.3% pop
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Connecticut #34 68,099
1.9% pop
4,589
0.1% pop
6.7% 461 +42.7% 5 92,193
2.6% pop
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Nebraska #35 63,797
3.3% pop
596
0.03% pop
0.9% 819 +25% 7 2,408
0.1% pop
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Puerto Rico #36 63,135
2% pop
804
0.02% pop
1.3% 745 +77.8% 5 632
0.02% pop
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Idaho #37 60,041
3.4% pop
580
0.03% pop
1% 894 +47.5% 7 2,172
0.1% pop
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New Mexico #38 42,586
2% pop
976
0.04% pop
2.3% 725 +85.9% 5 9,749
0.5% pop
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Oregon #39 42,101
1% pop
653
0.01% pop
1.6% 367 +6.1% 5 5,034
0.1% pop
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South Dakota #40 39,741
4.5% pop
375
0.04% pop
0.9% 848 +37% 8 1,164
0.1% pop
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North Dakota #41 38,241
5% pop
461
0.1% pop
1.2% 821 +48.2% 8 6,379
0.8% pop
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Rhode Island #42 31,024
2.9% pop
1,184
0.1% pop
3.8% 347 +177.6% 4 3,925
0.4% pop
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Montana #43 28,501
2.7% pop
303
0.02% pop
1.1% 723 +18.1% 8 10,718
1% pop
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Delaware #44 24,168
2.5% pop
685
0.1% pop
2.8% 124 -6.77% 3 2,730
0.3% pop
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West Virginia #45 22,224
1.2% pop
426
0.02% pop
1.9% 261 +19.2% 4 13,169
0.7% pop
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District of Columbia #46 16,812
2.4% pop
642
0.1% pop
3.8% 57 -16.18% 1 0
0% pop
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Hawaii #47 14,672
1% pop
212
0.01% pop
1.4% 92 -3.16% 4 4,799
0.3% pop
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Alaska #48 13,356
1.8% pop
68
0.009% pop
0.5% 290 +60.2% 1 10,875
1.5% pop
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Wyoming #49 11,477
2% pop
77
0.01% pop
0.7% 288 +71.4% 2 436
0.1% pop
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New Hampshire #50 10,397
0.8% pop
475
0.03% pop
4.6% 101 +24.7% 1 6,024
0.4% pop
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Maine #51 6,251
0.5% pop
146
0.01% pop
2.3% 38 +26.7% 1 14,264
1.1% pop
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Guam #52 4,336
2.6% pop
75
0.04% pop
1.7% 87 +45% 1 960
0.6% pop
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Vermont #53 2,083
0.3% pop
58
0.009% pop
2.8% 20 +122.2% 1 451
0.1% pop
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Virgin Islands #54 1,348
1.3% pop
21
0.02% pop
1.6% 2 -100% 1 182
0.2% pop
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Northern Mariana Islands #55 92
0.2% pop
19
0.03% pop
20.7% 1 +0% 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 20 times more deadly at 2.6% 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
744,770
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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