Understanding the COVID-19 pandemic

Stay current on the state of the pandemic with daily metrics on vaccine distribution, coronavirus case counts by state and county, plus how the government is spending to boost the economy.

Data Updated Sep 16

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COVID-19 facts to know

Almost 40% of unemployed Americans have been out of work for more than six and a half months.

The US has averaged more than 3,000 COVID-19 deaths per day in 2021.

Preliminary death statistics show over 3.1 million total deaths in 2020 — at least 12% more than in 2019.

People are flying more than in the spring, but air travel is down 65% from a year before.

Total COVID-19 cases


The US had 127,503 new COVID-19 cases on Sep 16, 2021

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Total COVID-19 deaths


The US had 1,581 new COVID-19 deaths on Sep 16, 2021

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First vaccination

Administered

64%

At least 210,700,361 people have received at least one dose.View the data

Fully vaccinated

Administered

55%

Overall 180,086,143 people are fully vaccinated.View the data
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