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With coronavirus cases mounting in America, it’s important to stay informed on where it’s spreading to understand how it could impact families, commerce, and travel. Use these maps to track the COVID-19 outbreak coast to coast. Follow US counties to see cases on a local level, including confirmed cases and deaths. This county visualization is unique to USAFacts and will be updated with the most recent data as frequently as possible.
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Methodology: This interactive feature aggregates data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), state- and local-level public health agencies. County-level data is confirmed by referencing state and local agencies directly.
The data for all states was last updated on April 1, 2020, at 10:00 PM Pacific/April 2, 1:00 AM Eastern Time. We've noted below when we last checked data from the states.
The 21 cases confirmed on the Grand Princess cruise ship on March 5 and 6 are attributed to the state of California, but not to any counties. The national numbers also include the 45 people with coronavirus repatriated from the Diamond Princess.
USAFacts attempts to match each case with a county, but some cases counted at the state level are not allocated to counties due to lack of information.
Because of the frequency with which we are currently updating this data, they may not reflect the exact numbers reported state and local government organizations or the news media. Numbers may also fluctuate as agencies update their own data. At present, we are working on ensuring that we can provide this data with the most up-to-date information possible.
Note from March 28: The data now includes all counties regardless of confirmed case count. Additionally, New York City data has been allotted to its five boroughs/counties, where possible.
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