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Coronavirus updates, January 16, 2021

USA Worldwide
Last updated:  16 hours ago
+41 970 yesterday
23,9M

Confirmed cases

35,6M

Estimated cases

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+4 739 yesterday
14,1M

Recovered

+804 yesterday
399K

Deaths

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All recovered New recovered
All deaths New deaths
+759 686 yesterday
93,8M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 94,5M
179,4M

Estimated cases

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+514 864 yesterday
67M

Recovered

+15 512 yesterday
2M

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 2 886 797 32 290 1 634 934 7 306
Texas 2 077 623 31 896 380 220 7 165
Florida 1 531 192 23 614 722 977 7 129
New York 1 226 311 40 448 686 475 6 304
Illinois 1 052 682 19 724 217 161 8 307
Ohio 807 293 9 993 133 444 6 906
Georgia 791 324 11 975 416 396 7 453
Pennsylvania 759 936 18 988 172 040 5 936
Tennessee 670 482 8 232 65 367 9 811
North Carolina 659 840 7 933 130 432 6 291
Arizona 658 186 11 040 558 480 9 043
New Jersey 609 721 20 253 278 227 6 865
Indiana 578 494 9 202 195 588 8 593
Michigan 576 573 14 511 146 983 5 834
Wisconsin 515 982 5 290 28 023 8 862
Missouri 467 177 6 770 307 279 7 612
Massachusetts 454 402 13 433 91 396 6 548
Minnesota 441 935 5 885 15 131 7 836
Virginia 422 634 5 656 382 173 4 951
Alabama 417 528 6 030 189 537 8 515
South Carolina 371 180 5 934 195 174 7 209
Colorado 369 177 5 316 282 916 6 411
Louisiana 361 148 8 080 54 454 7 769
Oklahoma 344 506 2 882 38 148 8 706
Maryland 320 739 6 494 304 801 5 305
Utah 317 559 1 460 55 371 9 905
Kentucky 317 345 3 042 274 305 7 103
Iowa 302 788 4 257 34 702 9 597
Washington 287 060 3 973 163 054 3 770
Arkansas 264 511 4 228 24 770 8 765
Nevada 256 172 3 658 112 709 8 317
Kansas 254 542 3 355 251 187 8 737
Mississippi 248 189 5 411 43 890 8 339
Connecticut 221 544 6 553 159 530 6 214
Nebraska 180 131 1 818 55 749 9 312
New Mexico 160 543 2 836 74 898 7 656
Idaho 153 358 1 591 82 307 8 582
Oregon 130 246 1 737 128 509 3 088
West Virginia 105 219 1 702 27 245 5 871
South Dakota 104 512 1 614 4 728 11 814
Rhode Island 103 386 1 996 95 215 9 759
North Dakota 95 378 1 365 1 764 12 516
Montana 88 110 1 077 4 843 8 244
Delaware 68 065 995 67 070 6 990
New Hampshire 54 778 897 6 728 4 029
Alaska 49 535 227 49 308 6 974
Wyoming 48 701 522 2 052 8 415
District of Columbia 33 140 842 9 167 4 718
Maine 32 781 477 20 428 2 439
Hawaii 23 908 318 10 408 1 689
Vermont 9 734 163 3 065 1 560

‘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 23,9M cases and about 399K 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 7,3K 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 24,2M 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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