Coronavirus Live Updates

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Last updated: April 4, 2020, 4:36 GMT

  • Total Cases

    277,467

    +32,283

  • Total Recovered

    12,283

    +1,880

  • Total Deaths

    7,402

    +1,314

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
New York 103060 10554 2935
New Jersey 29895 4305 646
Michigan 12744 1953 479
California 12498 1709 277
Massachusetts 10402 1436 192
Louisiana 10297 1138 370
Florida 10268 1260 170
Illinois 8904 1209 210
Pennsylvania 8570 1302 102
Washington 6967 694 295
Texas 6023 950 104
Georgia 5967 619 198
Connecticut 4914 1090 131
Colorado 4173 831 111
Indiana 3437 398 102
Ohio 3312 411 91
Tennessee 3067 222 41
Maryland 2758 427 43
North Carolina 2336 355 29
Missouri 2155 295 33
Wisconsin 2012 264 51
Virginia 2012 306 46
Arizona 1769 171 41
South Carolina 1700 146 34
Nevada 1559 96 43
Alabama 1515 282 38
Mississippi 1358 181 29
Utah 1248 160 7
Idaho 1013 237 10
Oklahoma 990 109 38
Oregon 899 73 22
Kentucky 831 61 37
Minnesota 789 47 22
Washington, D.C. 757 104 15
Arkansas 738 95 12
Rhode Island 711 54 14
Iowa 699 85 11
Kansas 629 76 18
New Hampshire 540 61 7
New Mexico 495 132 10
Delaware 450 57 14
Maine 432 56 9
Vermont 389 51 17
Puerto Rico 378 62 15
Hawaii 319 63 3
Nebraska 279 33 6
Montana 262 21 5
Navajo Nation 241 93 7
West Virginia 237 21 2
South Dakota 187 22 2
North Dakota 173 14 3
Wyoming 162 12 0
Alaska 157 14 3
Grand Princess 103 0 3
Guam 84 2 4
Diamond Princess 49 0 0
US Virgin Islands 38 8 0
Northern Mariana Islands 8 2 1
Wuhan Evacuee 4 0 0
  • Last update -1 day ago 04/03/2020Latest Source

    Covid-19 cases reach 1 MILLION worldwide, 50,000 dead as pandemic continues to ravage the globe

    The coronavirus pandemic has passed its landmark moment, as over one million people worldwide have tested positive for the disease, according to figures from multiple sources. The total number of confirmed Covid-19 cases hit the 1 million mark on Thursday, according to tallies by both the AFP news agency and Johns Hopkins University in the US. Over 51,000 people have died worldwide from the virus.

  • Last update 6 hour ago 04/04/2020Latest Source

    CDC recommends people wear cloth masks in public

    "The CDC is advising the use of nonmedical cloth face covering as a voluntary health measure," Trump said during his Friday briefing. "It is voluntary. They suggested for a period of time. This is voluntary.”

  • Last update 7 hour ago 04/04/2020Latest Source

    The New York City Department of Education is committed to making three free meals available daily for any New Yorker student.

    Meals can be picked up at all Meal Hubs 7:30 am to 1:30 pm, Monday through Friday Meals Hubs will operate for children and families from 7:30 am to 11:30 am, and for adults from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm

  • Last update 8 hour ago 04/04/2020Latest Source

    Ohio Governor DeWine announces new stay-at-home order for Ohio until May 1.

    Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has announced a new stay-at-home order until May 1. Additionally, DeWine announced some changes to the order including businesses will be required to post a limit on people allowed inside at one time.

  • Last update 1 day ago 04/03/2020Latest Source

    Thousands of US medical workers furloughed, laid off as routine patient visits drop during coronavirus pandemic

    By June, an estimated 60,000 family practices will close or significantly scale back, and 800,000 of their employees will be laid off, furloughed or have their hours reduced as they see a decline in business during the coronavirus pandemic, according to a HealthLandscape and American Academy of Family Physicians report released Thursday.

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