Tracking the spread of coronavirus cases in the United States and worldwide

Tracking the spread of coronavirus cases in the United States and worldwide


As the coronavirus continues to spread around the world, tens of thousands of people have been infected in dozens of countries. The disease, known as COVID-19, originated in China, which has the highest number of confirmed cases to date, but it now affects all continents except Antarctica.

Track the spread of the deadly virus with the maps and graphics below, which will be updated daily with the latest data from the World Health Organization (WHO), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and d ‘other sources compiled by Johns Hopkins University.

The number of cases increased considerably after the start of monitoring for the virus in late January. The sharp increase on February 13 is due to a change in the way China has diagnosed and counted the cases.

Total number of confirmed cases worldwide

Americans are preparing for an increase in the number of cases as the number of reported infections continues to increase.

Map of coronavirus cases and deaths in the United States

South Korea has the highest number of infections reported outside of China. Italy, Iran, Japan, France and Germany are among the other countries that have seen substantial increases in recent weeks.

Coronavirus cases in South Korea, Italy, Iran and worldwide

Contributor: Javier Zarracina, Shawn Sullivan, George Petras, USA TODAY

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