Complete table of reported U.S. cases and deaths
U.S. death rate: 3.23% • World death rate: 5.76%
U.S. counties reporting cases: 2,557 (81%) • U.S. counties reporting deaths: 1,126 (36%)
Source: U.S. state and county health departments and other official sources
Data scientists and analysts at Perception Health have compiled medical data from state and county health departments and other official sources to create the only comprehensive, daily updated map of reported cases of COVID-19 across the U.S., delineated by county. View our map
We promise to keep you updated. As the situation continues to worsen, it is important to listen to your local, state, and federal health experts. Shelter in place and frequently wash your hands for at least 20 seconds. We do not see a decrease in the number of cases occurring in the foreseeable future.
Note: Where county data is not available, we are reporting a zero. There are issues with consistency in reporting by state. Perception Health continues to advocate for standardized reporting of health data across all U.S. counties. Accurate information will aid local, state, and federal agencies in their efforts to stem the spread of the coronavirus across the country.
“What’s really important right now is to get consistent reporting by county from each state,” says J. Tod Fetherling, CEO of Perception Health and an industry veteran in health data analytics. “We need each county and state to report Tests, Cases (confirmed positive), Deaths, and Recovered. This is the only way to accurately know how prevalent the virus is and where techniques are being the most effective in limiting the spread of the deadly disease," says Fetherling.
“Reporting data accurately and timely,” Fetherling continues, “provides additional insights and predictions to emerging demands in ways that will save lives. This is critical so federal, state and local agencies can mobilize appropriately and get the needed resources and supplies to those most in need. For those of us who handle industry data, this is our best way to support all the healthcare heroes on the front lines doing patient-centered care. Please contact your state health officials today and advocate for county-specific reporting,” says Fetherling.
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