COVID-19 by U.S. State

COVID-19 is an infectious disease caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). The disease causes mild to severe respiratory illness with the most common symptoms being cough, fever, tiredness, and difficulty breathing (in more severe cases). You can protect yourself and others by washing your hands frequently, maintaining social distance (2 meters or 6 feet), wearing a mask, and cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched surfaces daily.

  • Confirmed Cases
  • Deaths
  • Hospitalizations
Cumulative    |Daily Moving Average

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By default, the visualization displays the top five states in cumulative cases per 100,000 people according to the latest data with the option to select others. The rate of infection is defined as the number of confirmed cases in a state divided by the total population. Daily case and death numbers are calculated using a simple difference between consecutive days and smoothed using a 7-day moving average. "Hospitalizations" is defined as the number of individuals who are currently hospitalized with COVID-19 (definitions vary by state) on a given day. Case and death data are acquired from state level data made publicly available by the New York Times and the Johns Hopkins University's Center For Systems Science and Engineering. Hospitalization data are acquired from The COVID Tracking Project.
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