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  1. Coronavirus

    Outbreak mapped

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    • Confirmed cases 8,881,720 Today: +87,414
      Deaths 227,855 Today: +1,022
      Recovered 3,554,336 Today: +66,670
      States/Territories
      Confirmed
      Deaths
      Recovered
       
      California
      912,904
      17,541
      -
      Texas
      886,820
      17,809
      772,350
      Florida
      794,627
      16,854
      -
      New York (state)
      503,176
      33,240
      78,960
      Illinois
      400,171
      9,945
      250,649
      Georgia
      356,848
      7,923
      -
      North Carolina
      269,021
      4,283
      231,611
      Tennessee
      256,880
      3,263
      214,634
      Arizona
      242,480
      5,918
      -
      New Jersey
      234,547
      16,332
      -
      Wisconsin
      214,996
      1,948
      161,260
      Ohio
      208,937
      5,275
      156,421
      Pennsylvania
      193,611
      8,762
      146,652
      Michigan
      190,043
      7,650
      114,939
      Alabama
      189,149
      2,914
      81,005
      Louisiana
      181,837
      5,694
      168,634
      Virginia
      178,183
      3,636
      -
      Missouri
      177,693
      2,899
      -
      South Carolina
      174,591
      3,889
      -
      Indiana
      172,730
      4,260
      112,914
      Massachusetts
      154,218
      9,924
      122,856
      Maryland
      143,387
      4,127
      8,144

    Updated 10/30/2020 from ECDC, WHO, and local government sites

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