Weekly confirmed cases per million - United States

Weekly confirmed COVID

Weekly confirmed COVID

In epidemiology, individuals who meet the case definition of a disease on three different levels.

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The high positivity rate was also because there wasn't enough testing.

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States with no confirmed COVID-19 cases, by population State Population Continent Ref.
Cases were reported in all North American countries after confirmed a case on 25 March, and in all North American territories after confirmed a case on 16 April.

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    The maps shown here provide figures on weekly and biweekly confirmed cases: one set shows the number of confirmed cases per million people in the previous seven (or fourteen) days (the weekly or biweekly cumulative total); the other set shows the percentage change (growth rate) over these periods.
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    Regional Cases per 1M People; Compare 1 Region to All Others; State Comparisons. Key Metrics by State; Currently Hospitalized by State; Week of Single-Day Record Cases by State; Daily Cases and Currently Hospitalized; Metrics Per Million People. Tests per Million over Time; Cases per Million over Time; Hospitalized per Million over Time; Deaths.
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    US. New cases confirmed each day (7-day-average) down. The first case of COVID-19 in US was reported 837 days ago on 1/21/2020. Since then, the country has reported 81,863,725 cases, and 997,526 deaths. Jul 2020 Jan 2021 Jul 2021 Jan 2022 0 0.2M 0.4M 0.6M 0.8M 1M 1.2M 1.4M 7-day moving average Actual data Confirmed new cases.
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    U.S. Cases: 80,588,854 2. U.S. Deaths: 987,034 2. As of April 21, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports there have been 80,588,854 cases of COVID-19 in the United States. California has over 9 million cases, followed by Texas with over 6 million, Florida with over 5 million, and Illinois with over 3 million.
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    The starting point for this chart is the day on which the 50th case was confirmed in each country, with the trend lines following the number of days since that event. As with the graph above, use the dropdown menus to visualize confirmed cases or deaths (totals or per 100,000 population), and linear or logarithmic scale.
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