Coronavirus in the US: State-by-state breakdown

Coronavirus in the US: State-by-state breakdown

As of Monday morning, the novel coronavirus has infected more than 343,421 people across 167 countries and territories, resulting in over 14,790 deaths. In the U.S., all 50 states plus the District of Columbia have reported confirmed cases of COVID-19, tallying over 35,224 illnesses and at least 471 deaths. More than 176 people in the U.S. have recovered.

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Here’s a look at the 10 states with the most COVID-19 cases. 

1. New York: 16,916 cases

2. Washington: 1,996 cases

3. New Jersey: 1,914 cases

4. California: 1,812 cases

5. Illinois: 1,050 cases

6. Michigan: 1,038 cases

7. Florida: 1,007 cases

8. Lousiana: 837 cases

9. Texas: 668 cases

10. Massachusetts: 646 cases

States with outbreak-related deaths include: 

1. New York: 153 deaths

2. Washington: 95 deaths

3. California: 35 deaths

4. Georgia: 25 deaths

5. New Jersey: 21 deaths

6. Louisiana: 20 deaths

7. Florida: 13 deaths

8. Michigan: 9 deaths

9. Illinois: 9 deaths

10. Texas: 8 deaths

11. Connecticut: 8 deaths

12. Colorado: 7 deaths

13. Indiana: 7 deaths

14. Virginia: 6 deaths

15. Oregon: 5 deaths

16. Pennsylvania: 5 deaths

17. Massachusetts: 5 deaths

18. Wisconsin: 4 deaths

19. Kentucky: 3 deaths

20. Missouri: 3 deaths

21. Ohio: 3 deaths

22. South Carolina: 3 deaths

23. Maryland: 3 deaths

24. Kansas: 2 deaths

25. Nevada: 2 deaths

26. Vermont: 2 deaths

27. Arizona: 2 deaths

28. Washington, D.C.: 2 deaths

29. Oklahoma: 2 deaths

30. Tennessee: 2 death

31: Minnesota: 1 death

32. Mississippi: 1 death

33. South Dakota: 1 death

34. Utah: 1 death

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