Coronavirus Live Updates

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Last updated: January 15, 2021, 11:44 GMT

  • Total Cases

    23,848,410

    +232,065

  • Total Recovered

    14,112,119

    +137,083

  • Total Deaths

    397,994

    +4,066

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 2,882,583 78,127 32,157
Texas 2,072,088 49,649 31,885
Florida 1,531,192 27,710 23,614
New York 1,225,994 28,603 40,435
Illinois 1,052,682 12,514 19,724
Ohio 807,293 14,355 9,993
Georgia 791,324 17,632 11,975
Pennsylvania 754,486 15,259 18,787
Tennessee 670,482 9,608 8,232
North Carolina 650,926 14,951 7,825
Arizona 649,040 12,940 10,855
New Jersey 609,721 16,391 20,253
Indiana 578,494 8,017 9,202
Michigan 576,573 6,423 14,511
Wisconsin 515,982 4,846 5,290
Missouri 463,660 6,496 6,710
Massachusetts 454,402 11,873 13,433
Minnesota 441,935 3,068 5,885
Virginia 417,839 9,892 5,626
Alabama 414,583 6,735 5,945
South Carolina 371,180 11,823 5,934
Colorado 369,177 4,841 5,316
Louisiana 361,148 8,209 8,080
Oklahoma 344,506 7,049 2,882
Maryland 317,815 5,464 6,449
Utah 317,559 7,930 1,460
Kentucky 317,345 8,616 3,042
Iowa 301,774 3,368 4,251
Washington 286,837 4,447 3,959
Arkansas 264,511 4,958 4,228
Nevada 256,172 3,330 3,658
Kansas 254,299 4,646 3,355
Mississippi 245,847 3,890 5,356
Connecticut 221,544 4,497 6,553
Nebraska 179,199 2,529 1,803
New Mexico 160,543 2,569 2,836
Idaho 153,358 2,085 1,591
Oregon 130,246 3,639 1,737
West Virginia 105,219 2,016 1,702
South Dakota 104,512 769 1,614
Rhode Island 103,386 1,993 1,996
North Dakota 95,378 410 1,365
Montana 88,110 1,033 1,077
Delaware 68,065 1,619 995
New Hampshire 54,778 1,630 897
Alaska 49,535 738 227
Wyoming 48,701 629 522
District Of Columbia 32,820 397 842
Maine 31,958 1,632 461
Hawaii 23,908 281 318
Vermont 9,573 326 162
Puerto Rico 145,119 686 1,679
Guam 7,457 28 124
United States Virgin Islands 2,180 14 24
Northern Mariana Islands 128 0 2
American Samoa 3 0 0
US Military 190,600 3,705 206
Veteran Affairs 186,238 4,367 7,689
Federal Prisons 49,048 924 193
Navajo Nation 25,746 363 879
Grand Princess Ship 122 0 7
Wuhan Repatriated 3 0 0
Diamond Princess Ship 46 0 0
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  • Last update 2 day ago 01/13/2021Latest Source

    The United States will change the way the coronavirus vaccine is distributed, and low-priority groups can start vaccination

    The Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar said that the federal government is changing the way the new coronavirus vaccine is distributed, which is currently based on how to quickly scale it to the elderly. Azar told reporters at a press conference that the country intends to use two weeks to change this distribution method. A senior administration official also told CNBC that the states' focus on vaccinations for health care workers and nursing homes has created a bottleneck that has slowed the pace of vaccinations. To accelerate the pace of vaccination, Azar and FDA Commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn last week urged states to begin targeting low-priority groups for vaccination. The CDC recommends immunization of health care workers and nursing homes first, but states can distribute the vaccine as they see fit. For example, it is distributed to: the elderly, people with pre-existing conditions, police officers, firefighters and other essential staff.

  • Last update 7 day ago 01/08/2021Latest Source

    All three telecom companies would have been delisted by that law

    China Mobile , the largest telecom company in China, and its two smaller peers, China Telecom and China Unicom, were all recently targeted with a delisting order from the Trump administration. Last November, President Donald Trump issued an executive order that barred American citizens from purchasing shares of U.S.-listed Chinese companies with alleged ties to the Chinese military after Jan. 11. Last December, President Trump approved a new law that would delist all foreign companies that can't prove they aren't controlled by a foreign government. If a company fails to do so through U.S.-approved audits for three consecutive years, it will be delisted from U.S. exchanges. The order won't hurt the three telecom companies The shares of China Mobile, China Telecom, and China Unicom that trade on the NYSE are merely fragments of their subsidiaries. According to China's Securities Regulatory Commission, the NYSE-listed ADR shares of all three telecom companies represent just 2% of the respective companies' outstanding shares, so the de-listings won't hurt their core businesses. Instead, the delisting order will hurt U.S. investors, who will be forced to liquidate their holdings,

  • Last update 7 day ago 01/08/2021Latest Source

    Pelosi calls on Capitol Police chief to resign after riot

    Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) on Thursday called for the resignation of the head of Capitol Police and announced that another security official would step down following the rioting at the Capitol the previous day. Pelosi said during a news conference that she has yet to hear from Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund since Wednesday's events.

  • Last update 7 day ago 01/08/2021Latest Source

    Pelosi calls on Capitol Police chief to resign after riot

    Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) on Thursday called for the resignation of the head of Capitol Police and announced that another security official would step down following the rioting at the Capitol the previous day. Pelosi said during a news conference that she has yet to hear from Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund since Wednesday's events.

  • Last update 8 day ago 01/07/2021Latest Source

    CDC said: The severe allergic reaction of the coronavirus vaccine is 10 times that of the flu vaccine, but it is still relatively rare

    The CDC said on Wednesday that the severe allergic reaction caused by the coronavirus vaccine was significantly higher than other vaccines that Americans received for the first time. However, the CDC said that this severe allergic reaction is still relatively rare. 1.9 million people were vaccinated with Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine in mid-to-late December last year. Among them, 21 cases suffered from anaphylactic shock or severe allergic reactions threatened their lives. Among the 21 people who experienced severe allergic reactions, 17 of them had a history of allergies. The study also found that 7 of these people have a history of anaphylactic shock. These data also mean that approximately 11 out of every million people vaccinated will experience anaphylactic shock. According to CDC data, this risk is approximately 10 times higher than that of the flu vaccine.

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