Coronavirus Live Updates

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Last updated: April 21, 2021, 7:58 GMT

  • Total Cases

    32,536,470

    +61,427

  • Total Recovered

    25,105,535

    +62,072

  • Total Deaths

    582,456

    +914

The COVID-19, namely coronavirus is spreading at an alarming rate. Read on and get live updates including:

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State Cases New Cases Death
California 3,723,953 5,248 61,122
Texas 2,863,915 9,762 49,895
Florida 2,178,783 9,882 34,543
New York 2,053,493 8,428 51,982
Illinois 1,306,787 4,546 23,989
Pennsylvania 1,119,535 8,154 25,874
Georgia 1,086,473 2,201 19,798
Ohio 1,056,606 3,431 19,033
New Jersey 983,875 5,022 25,206
North Carolina 950,566 6,873 12,437
Michigan 889,472 15,772 18,086
Arizona 855,155 1,394 17,193
Tennessee 836,563 6,079 12,096
Indiana 709,455 1,388 13,234
Massachusetts 675,162 2,505 17,484
Virginia 648,347 2,214 10,625
Wisconsin 591,636 1,178 6,718
Missouri 578,035 1,096 9,326
South Carolina 570,606 1,327 9,355
Minnesota 558,850 2,469 7,099
Alabama 523,955 1,554 10,798
Colorado 493,029 2,740 6,359
Louisiana 453,711 1,756 10,306
Oklahoma 445,725 862 6,697
Kentucky 438,147 835 6,360
Maryland 437,584 1,556 8,592
Utah 393,272 515 2,174
Washington 390,462 2,761 5,455
Iowa 390,018 803 5,893
Arkansas 333,709 257 5,706
Connecticut 332,139 3,077 8,020
Nevada 311,314 1,079 5,377
Mississippi 309,585 399 7,161
Kansas 307,729 0 4,987
Nebraska 217,108 635 2,222
New Mexico 195,615 747 4,010
Idaho 185,465 696 2,022
Oregon 176,157 1,036 2,460
West Virginia 149,462 575 2,789
Rhode Island 145,358 1,209 2,654
South Dakota 121,360 304 1,953
Montana 107,379 234 1,552
North Dakota 106,042 288 1,482
Delaware 101,707 549 1,603
New Hampshire 92,053 467 1,271
Alaska 63,778 533 329
Maine 57,965 680 767
Wyoming 57,456 189 705
District Of Columbia 46,869 207 1,097
Hawaii 31,490 109 474
Vermont 22,112 96 242
Puerto Rico 233,981 4,026 2,213
Guam 7,884 15 136
United States Virgin Islands 3,041 13 27
Northern Mariana Islands 162 0 2
American Samoa 4 1 0
US Military 280,038 1,352 342
Veteran Affairs 250,799 429 11,616
Federal Prisons 54,548 0 237
Navajo Nation 30,371 14 1,262
Grand Princess Ship 122 0 7
Wuhan Repatriated 3 0 0
Diamond Princess Ship 46 0 0
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