Spread of the Coronavirus Outbreak in the U.S.

Since the first U.S. case of the new coronavirus was reported on Jan. 20 in Washington state, more than 580,000 people have been diagnosed, with clusters around New York City, Seattle and in California. At least 23,500 people have lost their lives. 
American health officials have identified multiple people with Covid-19, as the infection is called, without known ties to other outbreaks or patients—a sign the virus is transmitting person-to-person. A lack of testing has hamstrung health workers’ efforts to track the infection.

Tuesday, 14 April 2020
Confirmed cases in U.S.    


Deaths in U.S.