It has been 332 days since the 2019–20 Coronavirus Pandemic began and it has reportedly been 280 days since the virus arrived in the United States
These statistics are generated automatically from the Johns Hopkins University Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) and are updated automatically and frequently.
What Happened Yesterday?
This is the total number of individuals who have tested positive and have died in the previous 24 hours:
Daily Confirmed Covid-19 Cases and Deaths
Listing of confirmed Cases By County, Per Capita, and With Death Totals To Date
Number of current confirmed Covid–19 cases, deaths and recovered people. This table gets updated every hour with data by Johns Hopkins. Use the search field to look up countries or continents. You can search this tale, or click the arrow at the upper right to page through the data
Cases, Deaths, and Recoveries Worldwide
Number of people confirmed to have COVID-19, already recovered people and people who died due to the Coronavirus, worldwide. This chart gets updated once a day with data by Johns Hopkins.
Cases, Deaths and Recoveries in the United States
Number of people confirmed to have Covid-19, compared with the number of people who die and recover, per day (not including today). This chart gets updated once per day with data by Johns Hopkins.
How Often Do Cases Double?
This table compares the doubling times of confirmed cases in the last five days (between 6 days ago and yesterday) with the doubling time in the five days before. The “change” column compares them to see if cases double ▲ faster, ▼ slower or at ~ about the same speed.
US Counties by growth rate of confirmed cases
The daily growth rate and doubling time are computed based on past 5-days. Counties with fewer than 100 confirmed cases are excluded. Note that these numbers don’t tell us anything about the number of infected people, just about the number of people who got tested positive. The table gets updated once a day.
Listing of Cases and Deaths By Continent
These numbers don’t tell us anything about the number of infected people, just about the number of people who got tested positive. Of the total confirmed cases, many already recovered. For example, Hubei reported around 60k recovered people to date.
New: Data Explorer
Shown is the rolling 7-day average. Limited testing and challenges in the attribution of the cause of death means that the number of confirmed
deaths may not be an accurate count of the true number of deaths from COVID-19. You can add countries, or change the metric to visualize.
New Confirmed Cases Per Day
Seven day rolling average of number of people confirmed to have COVID-19, per day (not including today). This chart gets updated once per day with data by Johns Hopkins. Johns Hopkins university doesn’t provide reliable data for March 12 and March 13.