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Coronavirus updates, December 6, 2022

USA Worldwide
Last updated:  1 month 24 days 14 hours ago
100,9M

Confirmed cases

100,9M

Estimated cases

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98,3M

Recovered

1,1M

Deaths

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+256 052 yesterday
650,6M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: n/a
650,6M

Estimated cases

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+299 174 yesterday
627,4M

Recovered

+1 042 yesterday
6,6M

Deaths

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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 11 549 457 97 742 204 085 29 230
Texas 8 072 271 91 938 59 469 27 839
Florida 7 239 181 82 875 32 291 33 706
New York 6 586 791 74 323 59 704 33 859
Illinois 3 892 893 40 355 76 116 30 721
Pennsylvania 3 360 797 48 387 23 800 26 252
North Carolina 3 275 343 27 371 3 247 972 31 229
Ohio 3 243 850 40 558 38 789 27 751
Georgia 2 942 747 41 070 17 879 27 716
Michigan 2 938 443 40 085 36 335 29 730
New Jersey 2 859 446 35 169 97 810 32 193
Tennessee 2 389 250 28 305 3 721 34 962
Arizona 2 337 547 31 751 40 328 32 115
Virginia 2 156 359 22 475 29 431 25 263
Massachusetts 2 115 549 22 488 8 088 30 486
Indiana 1 965 757 25 164 191 765 29 199
Wisconsin 1 931 943 15 638 28 081 33 181
Washington 1 859 858 14 705 18 055 24 424
South Carolina 1 738 379 18 711 25 856 33 763
Minnesota 1 713 190 14 094 2 984 30 378
Colorado 1 704 846 14 310 35 689 29 605
Missouri 1 700 815 22 038 35 051 27 712
Kentucky 1 635 010 17 502 32 374 36 596
Alabama 1 549 285 20 652 29 411 31 598
Louisiana 1 473 092 18 274 8 056 31 688
Maryland 1 290 858 15 748 20 011 21 352
Oklahoma 1 220 720 15 049 4 759 30 850
Utah 1 063 268 5 127 12 406 33 165
Iowa 1 006 632 10 294 17 330 31 905
Arkansas 971 190 12 585 5 020 32 182
Mississippi 940 023 13 036 5 427 31 585
Connecticut 929 899 11 587 16 334 26 082
Oregon 920 718 8 824 14 487 21 830
Kansas 901 422 9 679 13 647 30 941
Nevada 864 406 11 630 14 397 28 064
New Mexico 649 575 8 702 24 976 30 979
West Virginia 615 922 7 627 903 34 368
Nebraska 543 135 4 663 2 780 28 078
Idaho 506 232 5 268 6 366 28 328
Rhode Island 430 636 3 686 3 221 40 651
Hawaii 367 352 1 737 4 810 25 945
New Hampshire 362 244 2 824 2 051 26 641
Montana 319 023 3 600 1 230 29 849
Delaware 317 885 3 172 3 582 32 645
Maine 302 065 2 728 3 882 22 472
Alaska 288 500 1 397 1 710 40 620
North Dakota 274 701 2 387 2 789 36 047
South Dakota 268 797 3 099 265 698 30 384
Wyoming 179 855 1 924 979 31 076
District of Columbia 170 750 1 403 1 601 24 308
Vermont 146 442 770 1 704 23 469

‘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 100,9M cases and about 1,1M 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 31K cases per 100,000 people, so the situation is hard and requires highly professional medical intervention and public’s awareness.

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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