Coronavirus Live Updates

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Last updated: May 25, 2020, 7:52 GMT

  • Total Cases

    1,686,436

    +19,608

  • Total Recovered

    451,702

    +4,788

  • Total Deaths

    99,300

    +617

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 366346 3355 29046
New Jersey 154154 1435 11133
Illinois 110541 4831 4884
California 93452 2778 3776
Massachusetts 92675 1786 6372
Pennsylvania 71656 1351 5145
Texas 56029 1690 1533
Michigan 54616 751 5228
Florida 50859 1416 2236
Maryland 46428 1889 2277
Georgia 40989 1255 1799
Connecticut 40468 828 3693
Louisiana 37293 666 2690
Virginia 36244 1294 1171
Indiana 32151 986 1976
Ohio 31911 1116 1969
Colorado 24140 684 1332
North Carolina 23231 1570 771
Washington 20733 459 1069
Minnesota 20582 1568 878
Tennessee 20116 752 336
Iowa 17251 744 456
Arizona 16339 731 800
Wisconsin 15362 805 510
Alabama 14478 808 551
Rhode Island 14065 329 608
Mississippi 13252 628 625
Nebraska 12134 472 153
Missouri 12114 317 689
South Carolina 10096 458 435
Kansas 9135 67 200
Kentucky 8842 154 399
Delaware 8809 280 326
Utah 8392 335 97
Washington, D.C. 8110 217 432
Nevada 7882 353 394
New Mexico 6943 318 317
Oklahoma 6037 188 311
Arkansas 5922 310 116
South Dakota 4563 207 50
New Hampshire 4149 135 209
Oregon 3927 63 148
Puerto Rico 3189 159 127
Idaho 2626 31 79
North Dakota 2418 101 53
Maine 2055 107 78
West Virginia 1771 65 72
Guam 1135 1 6
Vermont 956 4 54
Wyoming 813 10 12
Hawaii 633 1 17
Montana 479 0 16
Alaska 409 5 8
U.S. Virgin Islands 69 0 6
Northern Mariana Islands 22 0 2
  • Last update 2 day ago 05/23/2020Latest Source

    New Jersey restaurant owner said: The reopening of restaurants and businesses does not mean that they can survive

    Regions in cities and states across the U.S. have begun to reopen, but they must strictly abide by the reopening regulations. New Jersey restaurant owner Chris Clayton told CNBC on Friday that although it gave businesses a green light to allow everyone to reopen, does not mean that they can survive. He has friends who are in the business of amusement parks and theaters. If everyone must keep the social distance according to the regulations and maintain a 25%, 50% admission rate or occupancy rate, this will make them unable to pay for electricity. In addition, preparing personal protective equipment for employees and doing good store disinfection work, although ensuring the safety of employees and customers, this will also increase costs and expenses, and profits will also be reduced. After many businesses reopen, it is still difficult to stay alive.

  • Last update 2 day ago 05/23/2020Latest Source

    Hertz, Car Rental Pioneer, Files for Bankruptcy Protection

    The company, which had amassed a large debt, has been devastated by the sharp drop in travel during the pandemic. Hertz, which started with a fleet of a dozen Ford Model T’s a century ago and became one of the world’s largest car rental companies, filed for bankruptcy protection on Friday after falling victim to its mountain of debt. The coronavirus pandemic has devastated Hertz by grounding business travelers and tourists, making it impossible for the company to continue paying its lenders. A sharp drop in used car prices has also decreased the value of its fleet.

  • Last update 2 day ago 05/23/2020Latest Source

    Issaquah man charged in federal court with COVID relief fraud

    An Issaquah man was charged Friday with filing fraudulent bank loan applications seeking more than $1.5 million in forgivable loans guaranteed by the Small Business Administration under the CARES Act.

  • Last update 2 day ago 05/23/2020Latest Source

    U.K. announces a quarantine of all international air travelers,Offenders fined $1,200

    More than 254,100 people have tested positive for the virus in Britain, with over 36,000 deaths. Britain will quarantine everyone flying into the country, including citizens, for 14 days beginning June 8 to fight the spread of the coronavirus, Home Secretary Priti Patel announced on Friday. On arrival at an airport, travelers will have to provide contact details and an address where they will be staying, Ms. Patel said. She said that those who flout the self-solation rules would be fined 1,000 pounds, or about $1,200, and that the government could increase the penalty.

  • Last update 2 day ago 05/23/2020Latest Source

    The epidemic has led to the stagnation of routine vaccination, and at least 80 million babies worldwide may face various diseases

    Because the coronavirus has disrupted routine immunizations around the world, at least 80 million children under one year of age may be at risk of contracting diseases such as diphtheria, measles, and polio. There are many reasons why vaccinations of babies are interrupted, including some parents who are reluctant to take their children to be vaccinated because of restricted mobility and fear of contracting coronavirus; many countries have suspended cholera, measles, and meninges for fear of increasing the risk of coronavirus transmission. Vaccination for other diseases such as inflammation, polio, tetanus, typhoid fever and yellow fever. The routine vaccination of children across the U.S. has declined. The vaccination of all children in New York City has decreased by 63% compared with the previous year. For children over 2 years old, the number of vaccinations has dropped by 91%. At the same time, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also warned that if large-scale vaccination is not resumed, a measles outbreak may occur.

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