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Coronavirus updates, September 26, 2021

USA Worldwide
Last updated:  44 minutes ago
+54 114 yesterday
43,7M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 43,7M
63M

Estimated cases

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+49 051 yesterday
33,2M

Recovered

+765 yesterday
706K

Deaths

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All recovered New recovered
All deaths New deaths
+382 306 yesterday
232,5M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 232,7M
425M

Estimated cases

0
+405 228 yesterday
209,1M

Recovered

+6 024 yesterday
4,8M

Deaths

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All recovered New recovered
All deaths New deaths
About this data

Data sources: Johns Hopkins University CSSE reports; state and national government health departments, and local media reports.

Confirmed cases - include presumptive positive cases.

Estimated cases - the unofficial number of infected people.

Active cases = total confirmed - total recovered - total deaths.

Estimated for the end of the day - assumptions about the number of infected people for the end of the current day.

The states in the U.S. with the highest number of COVID-19 cases

State Confirmed cases Deaths Recovered Cases/100k pop.
California 4 594 404 68 775 2 101 160 11 628
Texas 4 017 216 64 420 319 189 13 854
Florida 3 591 878 53 124 994 089 16 724
New York 2 479 824 55 693 302 180 12 747
Illinois 1 612 129 27 440 124 751 12 722
Georgia 1 557 536 25 478 418 570 14 670
Pennsylvania 1 407 792 29 189 116 060 10 997
Ohio 1 385 749 21 820 127 988 11 855
North Carolina 1 368 743 16 108 97 467 13 050
Tennessee 1 209 568 14 825 56 473 17 700
New Jersey 1 146 089 27 323 105 367 12 903
Michigan 1 132 651 22 214 204 341 11 460
Arizona 1 081 790 19 806 75 957 14 862
Indiana 947 918 15 377 85 005 14 080
Virginia 853 287 12 557 840 730 9 997
South Carolina 841 600 12 080 229 035 16 346
Missouri 812 211 11 822 194 768 13 234
Massachusetts 802 829 18 541 784 288 11 569
Wisconsin 793 810 8 794 785 016 13 634
Alabama 787 421 14 022 773 399 16 059
Louisiana 734 524 13 741 720 783 15 800
Minnesota 697 182 8 142 19 268 12 362
Kentucky 674 015 8 492 665 523 15 086
Colorado 660 884 7 800 103 612 11 476
Washington 643 802 7 542 368 561 8 455
Oklahoma 605 545 8 715 15 449 15 303
Maryland 526 690 10 369 516 321 8 712
Utah 500 698 2 869 31 608 15 618
Arkansas 492 233 7 575 13 203 16 311
Mississippi 482 902 9 425 33 027 16 226
Iowa 476 342 6 482 76 101 15 098
Nevada 416 496 7 015 53 626 13 522
Kansas 404 459 5 981 48 246 13 883
Connecticut 387 733 8 483 21 841 10 875
Oregon 320 990 3 682 88 266 7 610
Nebraska 262 475 2 405 260 070 13 569
Idaho 249 740 2 753 123 254 13 975
New Mexico 248 788 4 749 25 729 11 865
West Virginia 233 426 3 523 16 015 13 025
Rhode Island 170 700 2 823 167 877 16 113
Montana 146 035 1 945 10 817 13 664
South Dakota 142 800 2 125 7 704 16 142
Delaware 131 043 1 942 12 117 13 457
North Dakota 129 189 1 604 3 690 16 953
New Hampshire 117 454 1 472 3 852 8 638
Alaska 103 113 514 31 030 14 518
Wyoming 87 866 955 4 148 15 182
Maine 87 189 1 013 86 176 6 486
Hawaii 77 777 747 77 030 5 493
District of Columbia 60 205 1 172 59 033 8 571
Vermont 32 790 306 4 400 5 255

‘Stay home’ are two simple words that turned to be the most important for all Americans and the whole world as well. It has been more than three months since the first cases of COVID-19 were diagnosed in the U.S. and now, this country is an epicentre of the pandemics.

Since then, the virus has been spreading across the large territory, with more than 43,7M cases and about 706K deaths. The highest number of people infected by COVID-19 in the U.S. is reported in California and Texas. The population density in these states is 253 people per mi2 (97 people per km2) and 108 people per mi2 (40 people per km2) accordingly, which means the risk of infection spreading is above average.

The rate of pandemics spread in the U.S. is 13K cases per 100,000 people, so the situation is hard and requires highly professional medical intervention and public’s awareness. Widespread testing, good treatment resources and a vaccine that is almost at hand - the predictions are positive but in fact, the number of infected people is still rising and, for example, as it’s informed for next week, the confirmed cases will reach 44,2M inhabitants.

To slow the rate of COVID-19 transmission, limit movements outside your home, stay inside, thus you will protect not only yourself but the public’s health. You should be aware of protection measures and the symptoms of coronavirus.

How to protect yourself from coronavirus? What are coronavirus symptoms?
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