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Last updated: October 28, 2020, 11:59 GMT

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State Cases New Cases Death
Texas 933,857 13,403 18,289
California 920,802 8,979 17,541
Florida 790,426 8,413 16,574
New York 537,204 4,140 33,621
Illinois 393,808 10,110 9,889
Georgia 355,025 3,144 7,876
North Carolina 266,136 4,394 4,245
Tennessee 254,220 4,354 3,241
Arizona 241,165 2,201 5,905
New Jersey 237,717 3,455 16,454
Wisconsin 210,126 9,077 1,897
Pennsylvania 205,852 4,604 8,799
Ohio 205,418 5,116 5,306
Alabama 187,706 2,384 2,911
Michigan 185,934 6,265 7,606
Missouri 183,194 4,644 3,001
Louisiana 181,443 1,374 5,890
Virginia 176,754 2,479 3,616
South Carolina 173,491 1,990 3,876
Indiana 169,112 4,531 4,227
Massachusetts 154,218 2,441 9,924
Maryland 142,425 1,581 4,115
Minnesota 139,444 4,072 2,440
Iowa 120,129 3,395 1,684
Oklahoma 119,152 1,753 1,286
Mississippi 117,617 1,854 3,302
Utah 108,803 2,720 588
Arkansas 108,640 1,913 1,875
Washington 108,435 1,390 2,354
Kentucky 101,494 3,628 1,442
Colorado 100,208 2,908 2,249
Nevada 97,479 1,301 1,766
Kansas 83,214 3,084 1,007
Connecticut 69,127 1,028 4,604
Nebraska 65,376 1,579 620
Idaho 61,785 1,744 599
New Mexico 43,826 1,240 991
Oregon 43,228 792 671
South Dakota 42,000 2,259 384
North Dakota 39,907 1,666 488
Rhode Island 31,944 920 1,192
Montana 29,966 1,465 325
Delaware 24,392 224 688
West Virginia 23,064 841 436
District Of Columbia 16,973 161 644
Hawaii 14,834 125 213
Alaska 14,097 737 71
Wyoming 12,146 669 77
New Hampshire 10,641 244 478
Maine 6,387 133 146
Vermont 2,120 37 58
Puerto Rico 63,587 452 813
Guam 4,466 130 76
United States Virgin Islands 1,353 5 21
Northern Mariana Islands 92 0 2
US Military 81,288 1,188 105
Veteran Affairs 73,953 1,316 3,915
Federal Prisons 19,809 390 131
Navajo Nation 11,386 88 575
Grand Princess Ship 103 0 3
Wuhan Repatriated 3 0 0
Diamond Princess Ship 46 0 0
  • Last update 4 hour ago 10/29/2020Latest Source

    Former Uber CTO Thuan Pham joins South Korean e-commerce leader Coupang

    Thuan Pham, who in May stepped down as Uber’s chief technology officer and longest-serving top executive, has a new job in South Korea. Coupang, the country’s largest e-commerce company by market share, announced today it has hired Pham as its new CTO. For Pham, joining Coupang, a SoftBank-backed unicorn that holds a 24.6% market share in South Korea, the fifth-largest e-commerce in the world, is a departure from his original post-Uber plans. In an interview with Bloomberg after leaving Uber, which Pham joined in 2013, he expressed relief about his decision, describing leading the ride-hailing giant’s technology division as “a very heavy burden.” After leaving, Pham intended to spend his time teaching university students and mentoring entrepreneurs instead of joining another large tech company. After meeting Coupang chief executive officer Bom Kim, who founded the company in 2010, however, Pham said he was intrigued by the opportunity to apply his experience at Uber to a company in a different sector.

  • Last update 4 hour ago 10/29/2020Latest Source

    Covid-19 vaccines status check: Moderna, Pfizer aim to deliver shot by December

    With the results of last-stage clinical trials by two Covid-19 vaccine frontrunners — Moderna Inc and Pfizer — expected in the coming weeks, hopes have risen of securing an antidote to the novel coronavirus by December itself as infections surge across the United States and Europe with the onset of winter. Moreover, despite minor setbacks during Phase III trials in the past two months, the vaccine developed by University of Oxford and AstraZeneca Plc has produced immune responses in both elderly and young people. However, the unprecedented pace at which Covid-19 vaccines are being developed — it can typically take 10 to 15 years to bring a vaccine to market — has led experts, including the UK Vaccine Taskforce, to say that the first generation of shots “is likely to be imperfect” and that “might not work for everyone”. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), more than 150 Covid-19 vaccines are presently in development, with around 44 candidates in clinical trials and 11 undergoing late-stage testing.

  • Last update 1 day ago 10/27/2020Latest Source


    In a first for DoorDash, the third-party delivery company is working with an operator to open a new restaurant. DoorDash partnered with Bay Area restaurant group Burma Superstar to create Burma Bites, a delivery-only Burmese concept launching Wednesday in Oakland. The news was first reported by the San Francisco Chronicle. The move is a logical next step for DoorDash, which has crept further into the realm of restaurant operations in recent years. Last October, it opened a ghost kitchen in Northern California, providing kitchen space for four brands and handling the delivery piece. With Burma Bites, it has developed and invested in a new to-go restaurant concept, further blurring the line between third-party delivery and restaurants.

  • Last update 1 day ago 10/27/2020Latest Source

    Zuckerberg’s funding of election operations prompts litigation, concern from conservatives

    Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook, and Chan first contributed $250 million to the Center for Tech and Civic Life in early September to boost resources for local election officials, such as additional polling places and ballot drop boxes. Critics contended the money primarily went to heavily Democratic areas in battleground states in an effort to tilt the balance. Further, they also noted the political leanings of the tech group. Thus far, the tech group has won in court. Even after conservative groups sued to stop a project bankrolled by Mark Zuckerberg to fund government election processes across the country, Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan put more money into the effort, in what the tech group behind it called a “rejection of the legal challenges.” Aside from Zuckerberg and his spouse, key donors to the Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL) have been mostly left-of-center funders such as the Skoll Foundation, the Democracy Fund, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation and the Rockefeller Brothers Foundation, according to the Capital Research Center, a conservative-leaning investigative group that monitors nonprofits.

  • Last update 2 day ago 10/27/2020Latest Source

    TikTok parent ByteDance mulls Douyin IPO in Hong Kong

    The Beijing-based company has reportedly been in talks with banks such as Goldman Sachs for its IPO plans. A source from ByteDance responded to 36Kr, saying that the firm is taking standalone listings for some of its businesses into consideration, but it has yet to finalize the decision. It was reported in July that ByteDance was considering taking its domestic business public in Hong Kong or Shanghai, which could fetch it a US$100 billion valuation. The company was also said to be preparing for an IPO for its smaller businesses outside of China – including TikTok – in Europe or the US.

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