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COVID-19 in the USA

Important note: This website is no longer being updated as of May 11, 2021. While COVID-19 continues to be a concern, with vaccines widely available, growth has (in the USA at least) decreased to the point COVID-19 is no longer the overriding concern it was in 2020. Society is slowly opening up again and we are getting closer to a post-pandemic world every day.

Cases: 32,772,514 (10,285.19 per 100,000)
Deaths: 581,669 (182.55 per 100,000)

This is a map showing COVID-19 growth. Red means fast (4% or higher) growth; green means slow growth.

Map current as of 2021-05-10

Top 10 states

This is a list of the 10 states with the most COVID-19 growth:

Maine Growth: 0.48%
Virgin Islands Growth: 0.43%
Oregon Growth: 0.37%
Washington Growth: 0.30%
Michigan Growth: 0.29%
Colorado Growth: 0.27%
Hawaii Growth: 0.26%
Vermont Growth: 0.23%
West Virginia Growth: 0.22%
Puerto Rico Growth: 0.21%

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Top 20 counties

This is a list of the 20 counties with the most COVID-19 growth:

Moore, Texas Growth: 1.50%
Crook, Oregon Growth: 0.98%
Deschutes, Oregon Growth: 0.89%
Adams, Mississippi Growth: 0.82%
Klamath, Oregon Growth: 0.79%
Knox, Maine Growth: 0.78%
Androscoggin, Maine Growth: 0.76%
Charlton, Georgia Growth: 0.72%
Nicholas, West Virginia Growth: 0.71%
Linn, Oregon Growth: 0.70%
St. Thomas, Virgin Islands Growth: 0.69%
Arenac, Michigan Growth: 0.68%
Somerset, Maine Growth: 0.64%
Naguabo, Puerto Rico Growth: 0.63%
Kittitas, Washington Growth: 0.62%
Kennebec, Maine Growth: 0.61%
Powell, Kentucky Growth: 0.60%
Clare, Michigan Growth: 0.58%
Siskiyou, California Growth: 0.57%

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States by political affiliation

This is the number of total COVID-19 cases for states where the governor has a given political affiliation.

Democrat governors
Republican governors

Site map

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See also

Where to get this data

The data comes from The New York Times and the code to generate these pages is open source and available on GitHub. The number of actual COVID-19 cases and deaths are almost certainly higher than these figures.