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CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC: MAY, 2021

Crunching the numbers on the coronavirus pandemic, one day at a time, from the total COVID-19-related deaths to those in the United States getting vaccinated. Businesses are opening up and restrictions are being lifted, but precautions are still necessary. Wear a mask (yes, still!), wash your hands, maintain your social distance and be kind to those you encounter

Monday, May 24, 2021

As of 12:01 a.m. this morning:

  • The total number of tracked coronavirus cases represents 9.97 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of tracked active COVID-19 cases represents 0.09 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of tracked active COVID-19 cases represents 9.71 percent of the U.S. population (All survivor numbers reported are based on the 14-day U.S. universal recovery time)


The 32,987,190 individuals in the U.S. that have been tracked with having contracted the coronavirus to date break down as follows:

  • Active cases — 0.9 percent or 304,445 cases, 1.0 percent yesterday
  • Deaths — 1.7 percent or 557,876 individuals,  508,515 with COVID-19 complicating pre-existing conditions resulting in death, 49,361 with COVID-19 the direct cause of death
  • Survivors increased by 97.4 percent or 32,124,869 individuals, 97.3 percent yesterday
  • Vaccinations — 285,720,586 vaccines have been administered in the U.S. for a total of 163,309,414 individuals having been vaccinated, and 79.6 percent of those having received two vaccines. The total number of individuals receiving at least one vaccine represents 49.3 percent of the population


Nationwide, in the past 24 hours:

  • Coronavirus cases increased by 17,541 individuals
  • Total active cases declined by 12,887 cases.
  • Completed COVID-19 tests increased by 766,345, with 2.6 percent positive, for a total of 473,304,956 tests completed
  • Deaths either directly or indirectly linked to COVID-19 increased by 228, compared to the 468 deaths posted yesterday. Of the 468 deaths 47 were a direct result of COVID-19
  • Survivors of COVID-19 increased by 30,200 individuals


In Georgia:

  • New coronavirus cases increased by 365 new active cases
  • There are currently 7,504 active COVID-19 cases, or 0.07 percent of the population
  • 7,340,924 vaccines have been administered, with 4,107,587 individuals, or 38 percent, of the state population having received at least one dose, and 3,257,623 individuals, or 30.68 percent, of Georgia's population having been fully vaccinated


The number of Georgia cases represents 2.1 percent of total cases in the U.S. and Georgia accounts for 3.3 percent of the U.S. population. The COVID-19 new active case incidence level in Georgia indexes at 64, that compares an index of 73 yesterday.

Below are the Georgia Department of Health numbers of total active COVID-19 cases — not the number of new cases — for counties in the metro Atlanta and greater Athens areas over the past 14 days as of 7:30 a.m. this morning:

  • Fulton County — 787 active cases today, 804 yesterday
  • DeKalb County — 549 active cases today, 565 yesterday
  • Gwinnett County — 518 active cases today, 522 yesterday
  • Cobb County — 512 active cases today, 515 yesterday
  • Athens-Clarke — 58 active cases today, 67 yesterday
  • Oconee County — 13 active cases today, 13 yesterday
  • Barrow County — 95 active cases today, 97 yesterday
  • Jackson County — 44 active cases today, 48 yesterday
  • Hall County — 135 active cases today, 141 yesterday


Across the country, the top three states with the most COVID-19 cases account for 19.6 percent of the new cases, the states represent 27.7 percent of the U.S. population and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 71:

  • California — 733 new cases, 775 yesterday
  • Texas — 642 new cases, 1,085 yesterday
  • Florida — 2,069 new cases, 3,406 yesterday


Eight of the southern states account for 13.3 percent of the new cases, the states represent 15.4 percent of the U.S. population and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 86:

  • Georgia — 365 new cases, 602 yesterday
  • Tennessee — 372 new cases, 228 yesterday
  • Kentucky — 215 new cases, 425 yesterday
  • South Carolina — 336 new cases, 331 yesterday
  • North Carolina — 578 new cases, 722 yesterday
  • Alabama — 57 new cases, 338 yesterday
  • Mississippi — 72 new cases, 112 yesterday
  • Louisiana — 348 new cases, 328 yesterday


Seven of the northeastern corridor states account for 19.1 percent of the new cases, the states represent 20.1 percent of the U.S. population and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 95:

  • New York — 1,207 new cases, 1,126 yesterday
  • New Jersey — 301 new cases, 378 yesterday
  • Massachusetts — 346 new cases, 451 yesterday
  • Connecticut — 194 new cases, 234 yesterday
  • Pennsylvania — 820 new cases, 1,275 yesterday
  • Virginia — 236 new cases, 481 yesterday
  • Maryland — 244 new cases, 521 yesterday


The Great Lakes states plus one account for 23.4 percent of the new cases, the states represent 17.2 percent of the U.S. population and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 136:

  • Illinois — 943 new cases, 1,106 yesterday
  • Michigan — 1,040 new cases, 1,206 yesterday
  • Minnesota — 439 new cases, 596 yesterday
  • Ohio — 683 new cases, 871 yesterday
  • Indiana — 563 new cases, 665 yesterday
  • Wisconsin — 147 new cases, 293 yesterday
  • Missouri — 293 new cases, 510 yesterday


Six of the western states account for 12.3 percent of the new cases, the states represent 9.7 percent of the U.S. population and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 127:

  • Arizona — 321 new cases, 645 yesterday
  • Utah — 231 new cases, 262 yesterday
  • Colorado — 432 new cases, 841 yesterday
  • Washington — 632 new cases, 930 yesterday
  • Oregon — 333 new cases, 505 yesterday
  • Nevada — 202 new cases, 294 yesterday


Sunday, May 23, 2021

As of 12:01 a.m. this morning:

  • The total number of tracked coronavirus cases represents 9.96 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of tracked active COVID-19 cases represents 0.09 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of tracked active COVID-19 cases represents 9.70 percent of the U.S. population (All survivor numbers reported are based on the 14-day U.S. universal recovery time)


The 32,969,649 individuals in the U.S. that have been tracked with having contracted the coronavirus to date break down as follows:

  • Active cases — 1.0 percent or 317,332 cases, 1.0 percent yesterday
  • Deaths — 1.7 percent or 557,648 individuals, 508,310 with COVID-19 complicating pre-existing conditions resulting in death, 49,338 with COVID-19 the direct cause of death
  • Survivors increased by 97.3 percent or 32,094,669 individuals, 97.3 percent yesterday
  • Vaccinations — 283,941,223 vaccines have been administered in the U.S. for total of 162,470,794 individuals having been vaccinated, and 79.4 percent of those having received two vaccines. The total number of individuals receiving at least one vaccine represents 49.1 percent of the population


Nationwide, in the past 24 hours:

  • Coronavirus cases increased by 24,639 individuals
  • Total active cases declined by 11,584 cases.
  • Completed COVID-19 tests increased by 994,699, with 2.7 percent positive, for total of 472,538,611tests having been completed
  • Deaths either directly or indirectly linked to COVID-19 increased by 468, compared to the 604 deaths posted yesterday. Of the 468 deaths, 47 were a direct result of COVID-19
  • Survivors of COVID-19 increased by 35,755 individuals


In Georgia:

  • New coronavirus cases increased by 602 new active cases
  • There are currently 7,692 active COVID-19 cases, or 0.07 percent of the population


The number of Georgia cases represents 2.4 percent of total cases in the U.S. and Georgia accounts for 3.3 percent of the U.S. population. The COVID-19 new active case incidence level in Georgia indexes at 73, that compares an index of 73 yesterday.

Below are the Georgia Department of Health numbers of total active COVID-19 cases — not the number of new cases — for counties in the metro Atlanta and greater Athens areas over the past 14 days as of 7:30 a.m. this morning:

  • Fulton County — 804 active cases today, 833 yesterday
  • DeKalb County — 565 active cases today, 601 yesterday
  • Gwinnett County — 522 active cases today, 539 yesterdayn
  • Cobb County — 515 active cases today, 537 yesterda
  • Athens-Clarke — 67 active cases today, 69 yesterday
  • Oconee County — 13 active cases today, 15 yesterday
  • Barrow County — 97 active cases today, 102 yesterday
  • Jackson County — 48 active cases today, 49 yesterday
  • Hall County — 141 active cases today, 163 yesterday


Across the country, the top three states with the most COVID-19 cases account for 21.4 percent of the new cases, the states represent 27.7 percent of the U.S. population and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 77:

  • California — 775 new cases, 1,676 yesterday
  • Texas — 1,085 new cases, 1,716 yesterday
  • Florida — 3,406 new cases, 2,893 yesterday


Eight of the southern states account for 12.5 percent of the new cases, the states represent 15.4 percent of the U.S. population and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 81:

  • Georgia — 602 new cases, 704 yesterday
  • Tennessee — 228 new cases, 383 yesterday
  • Kentucky — 425 new cases, 541 yesterday
  • South Carolina — 331 new cases, 468 yesterday
  • North Carolina — 722 new cases, 1,020 yesterday
  • Alabama — 338 new cases, 443 yesterday
  • Mississippi — 112 new cases, 105 yesterday
  • Louisiana — 328 new cases, 340 yesterday


Seven of the northeastern corridor states account for 18.1 percent of the new cases, the states represent 20.1 percent of the U.S. population and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 90:

  • New York — 1,126 new cases, 1,453 yesterday
  • New Jersey — 378 new cases, 652 yesterday
  • Massachusetts — 451 new cases, 448 yesterday
  • Connecticut — 234 new cases, 171 yesterday
  • Pennsylvania — 1,275 new cases, 1,708 yesterday
  • Virginia — 481 new cases, 396 yesterday
  • Maryland — 521 new cases, 443 yesterday


The Great Lakes states plus one account for 21.3 percent of the new cases, the states represent 17.2 percent of the U.S. population and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 126:

  • Illinois — 1,106 new cases, 1,573 yesterday
  • Michigan — 1,206 new cases, 1,259 yesterday
  • Minnesota — 596 new cases, 679 yesterday
  • Ohio — 871 new cases, 1,004 yesterday
  • Indiana — 665 new cases, 788 yesterday
  • Wisconsin — 293 new cases, 406 yesterday
  • Missouri — 510 new cases, 621 yesterday


Six of the western states account for 14.1 percent of the new cases, the states represent 9.7 percent of the U.S. population and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 144:

  • Arizona — 645 new cases, 571 yesterday
  • Utah — 262 new cases, 300 yesterday
  • Colorado — 841 new cases, 812 yesterday
  • Washington — 930 new cases, 1,590 yesterday
  • Oregon — 505 new cases, 508 yesterday
  • Nevada — 294 new cases, 334 yesterday


Saturday, May 22, 2021

As of 12:01 a.m. this morning:

  • The total number of tracked coronavirus cases represents 9.95 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of tracked active COVID-19 cases represents 0.10 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of tracked active COVID-19 cases represents 9.69 percent of the U.S. population (All survivor numbers reported are based on the 14-day U.S. universal recovery time)


The 32,945,010 individuals in the U.S. that have been tracked with having contracted the coronavirus to date break down as follows:

  • Active cases — 1.0 percent or 328,916 cases, 1.1 percent yesterday
  • Deaths — 1.7 percent or 557,180 individuals, 507,889 with COVID-19 complicating pre-existing conditions resulting in death, 49,291 with COVID-19 the direct cause of death
  • Survivors increased by 97.3 percent or 32,058,914 individuals, 97.2 percent yesterday
  • Vaccinations — 281,595,351 vaccines have been administered in the U.S. for a total of 161,278,336 individuals having been vaccinated, and 79.2 percent having received two vaccines (127,778,250). The total number of individuals receiving at least one vaccine represents 48.7 percent of the U.S. population


Nationwide, in the past 24 hours:

  • Coronavirus cases increased by 29,014 individuals
  • Total active cases declined by 20,959 cases.
  • Completed COVID-19 tests increased by 1,425,878, with 2.9 percent positive, for a total of 471,543,912 tests completed
  • Deaths either directly or indirectly linked to COVID-19 increased by 604, compared to the 659 deaths posted yesterday. Of the 604 deaths, 53 were a direct result of COVID-19
  • Survivors of COVID-19 increased by 49,320 individuals


In Georgia:

  • New coronavirus cases increased by 704 new active cases
  • There are currently 7,987 active COVID-19 cases, or 0.07 percent of the population


The number of Georgia cases represents 2.4 percent of total cases in the U.S. and Georgia accounts for 3.3 percent of the U.S. population. The COVID-19 new active case incidence level in Georgia indexes at 73, that compares an index of 85 yesterday.

Below are the Georgia Department of Health numbers of total active COVID-19 cases — not the number of new cases — for counties in the metro Atlanta and greater Athens areas over the past 14 days as of 7:30 a.m. this morning:

  • Fulton County — 833 active cases today, 864 yesterday
  • DeKalb County — 601 active cases today, 644 yesterday
  • Gwinnett County — 539 active cases today, 577 yesterday
  • Cobb County — 537 active cases today, 563 yesterday
  • Athens-Clarke — 69 active cases today, 74 yesterday
  • Oconee County — 15 active cases today, 17 yesterday
  • Barrow County — 102 active cases today, 110 yesterday
  • Jackson County — 49 active cases today, 57 yesterday
  • Hall County — 163 active cases today, 175 yesterday


Across the country, the top three states with the most COVID-19 cases account for 17.8 percent of the new cases, the states represent 27.7 percent of the U.S. population and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 64:

  • California — 1,223 new cases, 1,676 yesterday
  • Texas — 1,575 new cases, 1,716 yesterday
  • Florida — 2,371 new cases, 2,893 yesterday


Eight of the southern states account for 13.8 percent of the new cases, the states represent 15.4 percent of the U.S. population and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 90:

  • Georgia — 704 new cases, 833 yesterday
  • Tennessee — 383 new cases, 420 yesterday
  • Kentucky — 541 new cases, 565 yesterday
  • South Carolina — 468 new cases, 358 yesterday
  • North Carolina — 1,020 new cases, 1,187 yesterday
  • Alabama — 443 new cases, 339 yesterday
  • Mississippi — 105 new cases, 276 yesterday
  • Louisiana — 340 new cases, 420 yesterday


Seven of the northeastern corridor states account for 18.1 percent of the new cases, the states represent 20.1 percent of the U.S. population and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 90:

  • New York — 1,453 new cases, 1,806 yesterday
  • New Jersey — 652 new cases, 561 yesterday
  • Massachusetts — 448 new cases, 605 yesterday
  • Connecticut — 171 new cases, 206 yesterday
  • Pennsylvania — 1,708 new cases, 1,740 yesterday
  • Virginia — 396 new cases, 591 yesterday
  • Maryland — 443 new cases, 319 yesterday


The Great Lakes states plus one account for 21.8 percent of the new cases, the states represent 17.2 percent of the U.S. population and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 127:

  • Illinois — 1,573 new cases, 1,542 yesterday
  • Michigan — 1,259 new cases, 1,590 yesterday
  • Minnesota — 679 new cases, 866 yesterday
  • Ohio — 1,004 new cases, 1,208 yesterday
  • Indiana — 788 new cases, 891 yesterday
  • Wisconsin — 406 new cases, 446 yesterday
  • Missouri — 621 new cases, 524 yesterday


Six of the western states account for 14.2 percent of the new cases, the states represent 9.7 percent of the U.S. population and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 146:

  • Arizona — 571 new cases, 590 yesterday
  • Utah — 300 new cases, 266 yesterday
  • Colorado — 812 new cases, 952 yesterday
  • Washington — 1,590 new cases, 951 yesterday
  • Oregon — 508 new cases, 569 yesterday
  • Nevada — 334 new cases, 302 yesterday


Friday, May 21, 2021

As of 12:01 a.m. this morning:

  • The total number of tracked coronavirus cases represents 9.95 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of tracked active COVID-19 cases represents 0.10 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of tracked active COVID-19 cases represents 9.67 percent of the U.S. population (All survivor numbers reported are based on the 14-day U.S. universal recovery time)


The 32,915,996 individuals in the U.S. that have been tracked with having contracted the coronavirus to date break down as follows:

  • Active cases — 1.1 percent or 349,875 cases, 1.1 percent yesterday
  • Deaths — 1.7 percent or 556,523 individuals, 507,285 with COVID-19 complicating pre-existing conditions resulting in death, 49,238 with COVID-19 the direct cause of death
  • Survivors increased by 97.2 percent or 31,915,996 individuals, 97.2 percent yesterday
  • Vaccinations — 279,397,250 vaccines have been administered in the U.S., with 160,177,820 individuals vaccinated, and 78.4 percent having received two vaccines (125,605,166). Individuals receiving at least one vaccine represent 48.4 percent of the U.S. population


Nationwide, in the past 24 hours:

  • Coronavirus cases increased by 30,214 individuals
  • Total active cases declined by 17,264 cases
  • Completed COVID-19 tests increased by 1,172,432, with 3.0 percent positive, for a total of 470,118,034 tests completed
  • Deaths either directly or indirectly linked to COVID-19 increased by 659, compared to the 636 deaths posted yesterday. Of the 659 deaths, 53 were a direct result of COVID-19.
  • Survivors of COVID-19 increased by 47,819 individuals


In Georgia:

  • New coronavirus cases increased by 833
  • There are currently 8,325 active COVID-19 cases, or 0.08 percent of the population


The number of Georgia cases represents 2.8 percent of total cases in the U.S. and Georgia accounts for 3.3 percent of the U.S. population. The COVID-19 new active case incidence level in Georgia indexes at 85, that compares an index of 76 yesterday.

Below are the Georgia Department of Health numbers of total active COVID-19 cases — not the number of new cases — for counties in the metro Atlanta and greater Athens areas over the past 14 days as of 7:30 a.m. this morning:

  • Fulton County — 864 active cases today, 940 yesterday
  • DeKalb County — 644 active cases today, 664 yesterday
  • Gwinnett County — 577 active cases today, 582 yesterday
  • Cobb County — 563 active cases today, 579 yesterday
  • Athens-Clarke — 74 active cases today, 76 yesterday
  • Oconee County — 17 active cases today, 16 yesterday
  • Barrow County — 110 active cases today, 115 yesterday
  • Jackson County — 57 active cases today, 58 yesterday
  • Hall County — 175 active cases today, 182 yesterday
     

Across the country, the top three states with the most COVID-19 cases account for 20.8 percent of the new cases, the states represent 27.7 percent of the U.S. population and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 75:

  • California — 1,676 new cases, 1,477 yesterday
  • Texas — 1,716 new cases, 1,911 yesterday
  • Florida — 2,893 new cases, 2,811 yesterday


Eight of the southern states account for 14.6 percent of the new cases, the states represent 15.4 percent of the U.S. population and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 95:

  • Georgia — 833 new cases, 700 yesterday
  • Tennessee — 420 new cases, 477 yesterday
  • Kentucky — 565 new cases, 584 yesterday
  • South Carolina — 358 new cases, 390 yesterday
  • North Carolina — 1,187 new cases, 969 yesterday
  • Alabama — 339 new cases, 288 yesterday
  • Mississippi — 276 new cases, 257 yesterday
  • Louisiana — 420 new cases, 615 yesterday


Seven of the northeastern corridor states account for 19.3 percent of the new cases, the states represent 20.1 percent of the U.S. population and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 96:

  • New York — 1,806 new cases, 1,624 yesterday
  • New Jersey — 561 new cases, 444 yesterday
  • Massachusetts — 605 new cases, 313 yesterday
  • Connecticut — 206 new cases, 228 yesterday
  • Pennsylvania — 1,740 new cases, 1,051 yesterdays
  • Virginia — 591 new cases, 491 yesterday
  • Maryland — 319 new cases, 337 yesterday


The Great Lakes states plus one account for 23.3 percent of the new cases, the states represent 17.2 percent of the U.S. population and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 135:

  • Illinois — 1,542 new cases, 1,633 yesterday
  • Michigan — 1,590 new cases, 1,950 yesterday
  • Minnesota — 866 new cases, 654 yesterday
  • Ohio — 1,208 new cases, 918 yesterday
  • Indiana — 891 new cases, 802 yesterday
  • Wisconsin — 446 new cases, 383 yesterday
  • Missouri — 524 new cases, 508 yesterday


Six of the western states account for 12.0 percent of the new cases, the states represent 9.7 percent of the U.S. population and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 124:

  • Arizona — 590 new cases, 540 yesterday
  • Utah — 266 new cases, 430 yesterday
  • Colorado — 952 new cases, 1,245 yesterday
  • Washington — 951 new cases, 907 yesterday
  • Oregon — 569 new cases, 397 yesterday
  • Nevada — 302 new cases, 348 yesterday


Thursday, May 20, 2021

As of 12:01 a.m. this morning:

  • The total number of tracked coronavirus cases represents 9.94 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of tracked active COVID-19 cases represents 0.11 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of tracked active COVID-19 cases represents 9.66 percent of the U.S. population (All survivor numbers reported are based on the 14-day U.S. universal recovery time)


The 32,884,782 individuals in the U.S. that have been tracked with having contracted the coronavirus to date break down as follows:

  • Active cases — 1.1 percent or 367,143 cases, 1.2 percent yesterday
  • Deaths — 1.7 percent or 555,864 individuals, 506,679 with COVID-19 complicating pre-existing conditions resulting in death, 49,185 with COVID-19 the direct cause of death
  • Survivors increased by 97.2 percent or 31,961,775 individuals, 97.1 percent yesterday
  • Vaccinations — 277,290,173 vaccines have been administered in the U.S. for a total of 159,174,963 individuals having been vaccinated, and 78.8 percent of those having received two vaccines. The total number of individuals receiving at least one vaccine represents 48.1 percent of the population


Nationwide, in the past 24 hours:

  • Coronavirus cases increased by 28,541 individuals
  • Total active cases declined by 18,224 cases.
  • Completed COVID-19 tests increased by 877,500, with 3.0 percent positive, for a total of 468,945,602 tests completed
  • Deaths either directly or indirectly linked to COVID-19 increased by 636, compared to the 369 deaths posted yesterday. Of the 369 deaths, 57 were a direct result of COVID-19
  • Survivors of COVID-19 increased by 46,129 individuals


In Georgia:

  • New coronavirus cases increased by 700
  • There are currently 8,557 active COVID-19 cases, or 0.08 percent of the population


The number of Georgia cases represents 2.5 percent of total cases in the U.S. and Georgia accounts for 3.3 percent of the U.S. population. The COVID-19 new active case incidence level in Georgia indexes at 76, that compares an index of 85 yesterday.

Below are the Georgia Department of Health numbers of total active COVID-19 cases — not the number of new cases — for counties in the metro Atlanta and greater Athens areas over the past 14 days as of 7:30 a.m. this morning:

  • Fulton County — 940 active cases today, 986 yesterday
  • DeKalb County — 664 active cases today, 674 yesterday
  • Gwinnett County — 582 active cases today, 585 yesterday
  • Cobb County — 579 active cases today, 604 yesterday
  • Athens-Clarke — 76 active cases today, 74 yesterday
  • Oconee County — 16 active cases today, 18 yesterday
  • Barrow County — 115 active cases today, 111 yesterday
  • Jackson County — 58 active cases today, 58 yesterday
  • Hall County — 182 active cases today, 194 yesterday


Across the country, the top three states with the most COVID-19 cases account for 21.7 percent of the new cases, the states represent 27.7 percent of the U.S. population and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 78:

  • California — 1,477 new cases, 1,222 yesterday
  • Texas — 1,911 new cases, 2,679 yesterday
  • Florida — 2,811 new cases, 2,804 yesterday


Eight of the southern states account for 15.0 percent of the new cases, the states represent 15.4 percent of the U.S. population and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 97:

  • Georgia — 700 new cases, 767 yesterday
  • Tennessee — 477 new cases, 449 yesterday
  • Kentucky — 584 new cases, 639 yesterday
  • South Carolina — 390 new cases, 159 yesterday
  • North Carolina — 969 new cases, 622 yesterday
  • Alabama — 288 new cases, 336 yesterday
  • Mississippi — 257 new cases, 206 yesterday
  • Louisiana — 615 new cases, 494 yesterday


Seven of the northeastern corridor states account for 15.7 percent of the new cases, the states represent 20.1 percent of the U.S. population and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 78:

  • New York — 1,624 new cases, 1,159 yesterday
  • New Jersey — 444 new cases, 646 yesterday
  • Massachusetts — 313 new cases, 438 yesterday
  • Connecticut — 228 new cases, 181 yesterday
  • Pennsylvania — 1,051 new cases, 1,629 yesterday
  • Virginia — 491 new cases, 378 yesterday
  • Maryland — 337 new cases, 212 yesterday


The Great Lakes states plus one account for 23.8 percent of the new cases, the states represent 17.2 percent of the U.S. population and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 138:

  • Illinois — 1,633 new cases, 1,495 yesterday
  • Michigan — 1,950 new cases, 1,535 yesterday
  • Minnesota — 654 new cases, 516 yesterday
  • Ohio — 918 new cases, 993 yesterday
  • Indiana — 802 new cases, 481 yesterday
  • Wisconsin — 383 new cases, 489 yesterday
  • Missouri — 508 new cases, 398 yesterday


Six of the western states account for 13.5 percent of the new cases, the states represent 9.7 percent of the U.S. population and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 139:

  • Arizona — 540 new cases, 619 yesterday
  • Utah — 430 new cases, 257 yesterday
  • Colorado — 1,245 new cases, 730 yesterday
  • Washington — 907 new cases, 694 yesterday
  • Oregon — 397 new cases, 508 yesterday
  • Nevada — 348 new cases, 152 yesterday


Wednesday, May 19, 2021

As of 12:01 a.m. this morning:

  • The total number of tracked coronavirus cases represents 9.93 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of tracked active COVID-19 cases represents 0.12 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of tracked active COVID-19 cases represents 9.64 percent of the U.S. population (All survivor numbers reported are based on the 14-day U.S. universal recovery time)


The 32,856,241 individuals in the U.S. that have been tracked with having contracted the coronavirus to date break down as follows:

  • Active cases — 1.2 percent or 385,367 cases, 1.2 percent yesterday
  • Deaths — 1.7 percent or 555,228 individuals, 506,100 with COVID-19 complicating pre-existing conditions resulting in death, 49,128 with COVID-19 the direct cause of death
  • Survivors increased by 97.1 percent or 31,915,646 individuals, 97.1 percent yesterday
  • Vaccinations — 275,535,207 vaccines have been administered in the U.S. for a total of 158,365,411 individuals having been vaccinated, and 78.6 percent of those having received two vaccines (124,455,693). The total number of individuals receiving at least one vaccine represents 47.9 percent of the population


Nationwide, in the past 24 hours:

  • Coronavirus cases increased by 27,506 individuals
  • Total active cases declined by 15,581 cases.
  • Completed COVID-19 tests increased by 845,306, with 3.0 percent positive, for a total of 467,222,796 tests completed
  • Deaths either directly or indirectly linked to COVID-19 increased by 369, compared to the 289 deaths posted yesterday. Of the 369death, 33 were a direct result of COVID-19
  • Survivors of COVID-19 increased by 42,354 individuals


In Georgia:

  • New coronavirus cases increased by 767
  • There are currently 8,818 active COVID-19 cases, or 0.08 percent of the population


The number of Georgia cases represents 2.8 percent of total cases in the U.S. and Georgia accounts for 3.3 percent of the U.S. population. The COVID-19 new active case incidence level in Georgia indexes at 85, that compares an index of 48 yesterday.

Below are the Georgia Department of Health numbers of total active COVID-19 cases — not the number of new cases — for counties in the metro Atlanta and greater Athens areas over the past 14 days as of 7:30 a.m. this morning:

  • Fulton County — 986 active cases today, 1,004 yesterday
  • DeKalb County — 674 active cases today, 689 yesterday
  • Gwinnett County — 585 active cases today, 624 yesterday
  • Cobb County — 604 active cases today, 624 yesterday
  • Athens-Clarke — 74 active cases today, 80 yesterday
  • Oconee County — 18 active cases today, 19 yesterday
  • Barrow County — 111 active cases today, 109 yesterday
  • Jackson County — 58 active cases today, 58 yesterday
  • Hall County — 194 active cases today, 204yesterday


Across the country, the top three states with the most COVID-19 cases account for 24.4 percent of the new cases, the states represent 27.7 percent of the U.S. population and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 88:

  • California — 1,222 new cases, 1,311 yesterday
  • Texas — 2,679 new cases, 2,375 yesterday
  • Florida — 2,804 new cases, 1,876 yesterday


Eight of the southern states account for 14.1 percent of the new cases, the states represent 15.4 percent of the U.S. population and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 92:

  • Georgia — 767 new cases, 407 yesterday
  • Tennessee — 449 new cases, 209 yesterday
  • Kentucky — 639 new cases, 284 yesterday
  • South Carolina — 159 new cases, 346 yesterday
  • North Carolina — 622 new cases, 688 yesterday
  • Alabama — 336 new cases, 184 yesterday
  • Mississippi — 206 new cases, 316 yesterday
  • Louisiana — 494 new cases, 733 yesterday


Seven of the northeastern corridor states account for 16.9 percent of the new cases, the states represent 20.1 percent of the U.S. population and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 84:

  • New York — 1,159 new cases, 1,713 yesterday
  • New Jersey — 646 new cases, 347 yesterday
  • Massachusetts — 438 new cases, 272 yesterday
  • Connecticut — 181 new cases, 662 yesterday
  • Pennsylvania — 1,629 new cases, 1,402 yesterday
  • Virginia — 378 new cases, 272 yesterday
  • Maryland — 212 new cases, 212 yesterday


The Great Lakes states plus one account for 21.4 percent of the new cases, the states represent 17.2 percent of the U.S. population and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 124:

  • Illinois — 1,495 new cases, 946 yesterday
  • Michigan — 1,535 new cases, 1,288 yesterday
  • Minnesota — 516 new cases, 589 yesterday
  • Ohio — 993 new cases, 729 yesterday
  • Indiana — 481 new cases, 537 yesterday
  • Wisconsin — 489 new cases, 116 yesterday
  • Missouri — 398 new cases, 207 yesterday


Six of the western states account for 10.8 percent of the new cases, the states represent 9.7 percent of the U.S. population and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 111:

  • Arizona — 619 new cases, 209 yesterday
  • Utah — 257 new cases, 164 yesterday
  • Colorado — 730 new cases, 689 yesterday
  • Washington — 694 new cases, 841 yesterday
  • Oregon — 508 new cases, 198 yesterday
  • Nevada — 152 new cases, 182 yesterday


Tuesday, May 18, 2021

As of 12:01 a.m. this morning:

  • The total number of tracked coronavirus cases represents 9.92 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of tracked active COVID-19 cases represents 0.12 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of tracked active COVID-19 cases represents 9.63 percent of the U.S. population (All survivor numbers reported are based on the 14-day U.S. universal recovery time)


The 32,828,735 individuals in the U.S. that have been tracked with having contracted the coronavirus to date break down as follows:

  • Active cases — 1.2 percent or 400,948 cases, 1.2 percent yesterday
  • Deaths — 1.7 percent or 554,495 individuals, 505,433 with COVID-19 complicating pre-existing conditions resulting in death, 49,062 with COVID-19 the direct cause of death
  • Survivors increased by 97.1 percent or 31,873,292 individuals, 97.0 percent yesterday
  • Vaccinations — 274,411.901 vaccines have been administered in the U.S. for a total of 157,827,208 individuals having been vaccinated, and 78.5 percent of those having received two vaccines. The total number of individuals receiving at least one vaccine represents 47.5 percent of the population


Nationwide, in the past 24 hours:

  • Coronavirus cases increased by 25,030 individuals
  • Total active cases declined by 15,010 cases
  • Completed COVID-19 tests increased by 1,166,344, with 3.0 percent positive, for a total of 467,222,796 tests completed
  • Deaths either directly or indirectly linked to COVID-19 increased by 369, compared to the 289 deaths posted yesterday. Of the 369death, 33 were a direct result of COVID-19
  • ICU cases increased by 3,649, the number of intensive care unit cases represents 0.91 percent of total active cases
  • Survivors of COVID-19 increased by 39,920 individuals


In Georgia:

  • New coronavirus cases increased by 407
  • There are currently 9,029 active COVID-19 cases, or 0.08 percent of the population


The number of Georgia cases represents 1.6 percent of total cases in the U.S. and Georgia accounts for 3.3 percent of the U.S. population. The COVID-19 new active case incidence level in Georgia indexes at 48, that compares an index of 64 yesterday.

Below are the Georgia Department of Health numbers of total active COVID-19 cases — not the number of new cases — for counties in the metro Atlanta and greater Athens areas over the past 14 days as of 7:30 a.m. this morning. Also included are the percentages of the county populations that are fully vaccinated and the percentage of the population age 65-plus specifically:

  • Fulton County — 1,004 active cases today, 1,053 yesterday — 16.6 percent fully vaccinated; 38.0 percent age 65-plus
  • DeKalb County — 689 active cases today, 699 yesterday — 17.1 percent fully vaccinated; 38.4 percent age 65-plus
  • Gwinnett County — 624 active cases today, 664 yesterday — 14.9 percent fully vaccinated; 37.3 percent age 65-plus
  • Cobb County — 624 active cases today, 663 yesterday — 22.7 percent fully vaccinated; 55.6 percent age 65-plus
  • Athens-Clarke — 80 active cases today, 82 yesterday — 12.9 percent fully vaccinated; 51.3 percent age 65-plus
  • Oconee County — 19 active cases today, 18 yesterday — 15.7 percent fully vaccinated; 45.2 percent age 65-plus
  • Barrow County — 109 active cases today, 104 yesterday — 6.6 percent fully vaccinated; 24.3 percent age 65-plus
  • Jackson County — 58 active cases today, 58 yesterday — 12.6 percent fully vaccinated; 40.5 percent age 65-plus
  • Hall County — 204 active cases today, 207yesterday — 15.0 percent fully vaccinated; 34.1 percent age 65-plus


Statewide in Georgia, 28.8 percent are fully vaccinated, with 64.8 percent of Georgians age 65-plus fully vaccinated.

Across the country, the top three states with the most COVID-19 cases account for 22.6 percent of the new cases, the states represent 27.7 percent of the U.S. population and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 82:

  • California — 1,311 new cases, 739 yesterday
  • Texas — 2,375 new cases, 862 yesterday
  • Florida — 1,976 new cases, 2,482 yesterday


Eight of the southern states account for 12.7 percent of the new cases, the states represent 15.4 percent of the U.S. population and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 82:

  • Georgia — 407 new cases, 529 yesterday
  • Tennessee — 209 new cases, 238 yesterday
  • Kentucky — 284 new cases, 287 yesterday
  • South Carolina — 346 new cases, 483 yesterday
  • North Carolina — 688 new cases, 733 yesterday
  • Alabama — 184 new cases, 69 yesterday
  • Mississippi — 316 new cases, 29 yesterday
  • Louisiana — 733 new cases, 214 yesterday


Seven of the northeastern corridor states account for 19.5 percent of the new cases, the states represent 20.1 percent of the U.S. population and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 97:

  • New York — 1,713 new cases, 1,991 yesterday
  • New Jersey — 347 new cases, 269 yesterday
  • Massachusetts — 272 new cases, 549 yesterday
  • Connecticut — 662 new cases, 205 yesterday
  • Pennsylvania — 1,402 new cases, 887 yesterday
  • Virginia — 272 new cases, 280 yesterday
  • Maryland — 212 new cases, 369 yesterday


The Great Lakes states plus one account for 17.6 percent of the new cases, the states represent 17.2 percent of the U.S. population and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 102:

  • Illinois — 946 new cases, 1,248 yesterday
  • Michigan — 1,288 new cases, 1,827 yesterday
  • Minnesota — 589 new cases, 805 yesterday
  • Ohio — 729 new cases, 618 yesterday
  • Indiana — 537 new cases, 726 yesterday
  • Wisconsin — 116 new cases, 232 yesterday
  • Missouri — 207 new cases, 307 yesterday


Six of the western states account for 9.1 percent of the new cases, the states represent 9.7 percent of the U.S. population and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 94:

  • Arizona — 209 new cases, 482 yesterday
  • Utah — 164 new cases, 242 yesterday
  • Colorado — 689 new cases, 630 yesterday
  • Washington — 841 new cases, 738 yesterday
  • Oregon — 198 new cases, 505 yesterday
  • Nevada — 182 new cases, 177 yesterday


Monday, May 17, 2021

As of 12:01 a.m. this morning:

  • The total number of tracked coronavirus cases represents 9.92 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of tracked active COVID-19 cases represents 0.12 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of COVID-19 survivors represents 9.62 percent of the U.S. population (All survivor numbers reported are based on the 14-day U.S. universal recovery time)


The 32,803,705 individuals in the U.S. that have been tracked with having contracted the coronavirus to date break down as follows:

  • Active cases — 1.2 percent or 415,958 cases, 1.3 percent yesterday
  • Deaths — 1.7 percent or 554,026 individuals ... 505,097with COVID-19 complicating pre-existing conditions resulting in death, 48,929 with COVID-19 the direct cause of death
  • Survivors increased by 97.0 percent or 31,833,721 individuals, 97.0 percent yesterday
  • Vaccinations — 273,545,207 vaccines have been administered in the U.S., with 157,485,596 individuals having been vaccinated, and 78.3 percent (123,282,685) of those having received two vaccines


Nationwide, in the past 24 hours:

  • Coronavirus cases increased by 24,834 individuals
  • Total active cases declined by 14,085 cases
  • Completed COVID-19 tests increased by 813,508, for a total of 466,056,452
  • Deaths either directly or indirectly linked to COVID-19 increased by 289, compared to the 499 deaths that posted yesterday. Of the 499 deaths, 26 were a direct result of COVID-19
  • ICU cases increased by 3,855, the number of intensive care unit cases represents 0.93 percentof total active cases
  • Survivors of COVID-19 increased by 38,630 individuals


In Georgia:

  • New coronavirus cases increased by 529 new active cases
  • 6,960,793 vaccines have been administered
  • There are currently 9,272 active COVID-19 cases


Below are the Georgia Department of Health numbers of total active COVID-19 cases — not the number of new cases — for counties in the metro Atlanta and greater Athens areas over the past 14 days as of 7:30 a.m. this morning:

  • Fulton County — 1,053 active cases today, 1,101 yesterday
  • DeKalb County — 699 active cases today, 725 yesterday
  • Gwinnett County — 664 active cases today, 693 yesterday
  • Cobb County — 663 active cases today, 703 yesterday
  • Athens-Clarke — 82 active cases today… 84 yesterday
  • Oconee County — 18 active cases today, 20 yesterday
  • Barrow County — 104 active cases today, 104 yesterday
  • Jackson County — 58 active cases today, 56 yesterday
  • Hall County — 207 active cases today, 213 yesterday


Across the country, the top three states with the most COVID-19 cases account for 16.4 percent of the new cases, the states represent  27.7 percent of the population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 59:

  • California — 739 new cases, 1,903 yesterday
  • Texas — 862 new cases, 919 yesterday
  • Florida — 2,482 new cases, 3,319 yesterday


Eight of the southern states account for 10.4 percent of the new cases, the states represent  15.4 percent of the population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 68:

  • Georgia — 529 new cases, 730 yesterday
  • Tennessee — 238 new cases, 430 yesterday
  • Kentucky — 287 new cases, 484 yesterday
  • South Carolina — 483 new cases, 529 yesterday
  • North Carolina —  733 new cases, 1,251 yesterday
  • Alabama — 69 new cases, 493 yesterday
  • Mississippi — 29 new cases, 130 yesterday
  • Louisiana — 214 new cases, 338 yesterday


Seven of the northeastern corridor states account for 18.3 percent of the new cases, the states represent  20.1 percent of the population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 91:

  • New York — 1,991 new cases, 1,624 yesterday
  • New Jersey — 269 new cases, 646 yesterday
  • Massachusetts — 549 new cases, 1,153 yesterday
  • Connecticut — 205 new cases, 204 yesterday
  • Pennsylvania — 887 new cases, 1,737 yesterday
  • Virginia — 280 new cases, 685 yesterday
  • Maryland — 369 new cases, 378 yesterday


The Great Lakes states plus one account for 23.2 percent of the new cases, the states represent  17.2 percent of the population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 135:

  • Illinois — 1,248 new cases, 1,513 yesterday
  • Michigan — 1,827 new cases, 1,491 yesterday
  • Minnesota — 805 new cases ... 872 yesterday
  • Ohio — 618 new cases, 919 yesterday
  • Indiana — 726 new cases, 798 yesterday
  • Wisconsin — 232 new cases, 550 yesterday
  • Missouri — 307 new cases, 432 yesterday


Six of the western states account for 11.1 percent of the new cases, the states represent  9.7 percent of the population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 114:

  • Arizona — 482 new cases, 798 yesterday
  • Utah — 242 new cases, 322 yesterday
  • Colorado — 630 new cases, 1,272 yesterday
  • Washington — 738 new cases, 789 yesterday
  • Oregon — 505 new cases, 637 yesterday
  • Nevada — 177 new cases, 203 yesterday


Sunday, May 16, 2021

As of 12:01 a.m. this morning:,

  • The total number of tracked coronavirus cases represents 9.91 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of tracked active COVID-19 cases represents 0.13 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of COVID-19 survivors represents 9.61 percent of the U.S. population (All survivor numbers reported are based on the 14-day U.S. universal recovery time)




The 32,778,871 individuals in the U.S. that have been tracked with having contracted the coronavirus to date break down as follows:

  • Active cases — 1.3 percent or 430,043 cases, 1.4 percent yesterday
  • Deaths — 1.7 percent or 553,737 individuals... 504,834 with COVID-19 complicating pre-existing conditions resulting in death, 49,903 with COVID-19 the direct cause of death
  • Survivors increased by 97.0 percent or 31,741,087 individuals, 96.9 percent yesterday


Nationwide, in the past 24 hours:

  • Coronavirus cases increased by 33,648 individuals
  • Total active cases declined by 20,855 cases.
  • Completed COVID-19 tests increased by 1,215,402 tests, for a total of 465,224,944
  • Deaths either directly or indirectly linked to COVID-19 increased by 499, compared to the 733 deaths that posted yesterday. Of the 499 deaths, 45 were a direct result of COVID-19.
  • ICU cases increased by 3,892, the number of intensive care unit cases represents 0.91 percentof total active cases
  • Survivors of COVID-19 increased by 52,004 individuals


In Georgia:

  • New coronavirus cases increased by 730 new active cases
  • There are currently 9,559 active COVID-19 cases, or 0.09 percent of the population


Below are the Georgia Department of Health numbers of total active COVID-19 cases — not the number of new cases — for counties in the metro Atlanta and greater Athens areas over the past 14 days as of 7:30 a.m. this morning:

  • Fulton County — 1,101 active cases today, 1,182 yesterday
  • DeKalb County — 725 active cases today, 772 yesterday
  • Gwinnett County — 693 active cases today, 748 yesterday
  • Cobb County — 703 active cases today, 765 yesterday
  • Athens-Clarke — 84 active cases today, 86 yesterday
  • Oconee County — 20 active cases today, 21 yesterday
  • Barrow County — 104 active cases today, 115 yesterday
  • Jackson County — 56 active cases today, 59 yesterday
  • Hall County — 213 active cases today, 219 yesterday


Across the country, the top three states with the most COVID-19 cases account for 16.0 percent of the new cases, the states represent 27.7 percent of the population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 58:

  • California — 1,903 new cases, 1,955 yesterday
  • Texas — 919 new cases, 2,626 yesterday
  • Florida — 3,319 new cases, 4,064 yesterday


Eight of the southern states account for 13.0 percent of the new cases, the states represent  15.4 percent of the population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 84:

  • Georgia — 730 new cases, 918 yesterday
  • Tennessee — 430 new cases, 627 yesterday
  • Kentucky — 484 new cases, 553 yesterday
  • South Carolina — 529 new cases, 620 yesterday
  • North Carolina —  1,251 new cases, 1,501 yesterday
  • Alabama — 493 new cases, 810 yesterday
  • Mississippi — 130 new cases, 201 yesterday
  • Louisiana — 338 new cases, 421 yesterday


Seven of the northeastern corridor states account for 19.1 percent of the new cases, the states represent  20.1 percent of the population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 95:

  • New York — 1,624 new cases, 2,360 yesterday
  • New Jersey — 646 new cases, 323 yesterday
  • Massachusetts — 1,153 new cases, 429 yesterday
  • Connecticut — 204 new cases, 365 yesterday
  • Pennsylvania — 1,737 new cases, 1,643 yesterday
  • Virginia — 685 new cases, 493 yesterday
  • Maryland — 378 new cases, 512 yesterday


The Great Lakes states plus one account for 19.5 percent of the new cases, the states represent  17.2 percent of the population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 113:

  • Illinois — 1,513 new cases, 1,841 yesterday
  • Minnesota — 872 new cases, 1,305 yesterday
  • Ohio — 919 new cases, 1,014 yesterday
  • Indiana — 798 new cases, 899 yesterday
  • Wisconsin — 550 new cases, 513 yesterday
  • Missouri — 432 new cases, 463 yesterday


Six of the western states account for 11.0 percent of the new cases, the states represent  9.7 percent of the population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 113:

  • Arizona — 798 new cases, 854 yesterday
  • Utah — 322 new cases, 336 yesterday
  • Colorado — 1,272 new cases, 1,565 yesterday
  • Washington — 789 new cases, 2,372 yesterday
  • Oregon — 637 new cases, 810 yesterday
  • Nevada — 203 new cases, 389 yesterday


Saturday, May 15, 2021

As of 12:01 a.m. this morning:

  • The total number of tracked coronavirus cases represents 9.80 percent of the population of the United States
  • The total number of tracked active COVID-19 cases represents 0.14 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of COVID-19 survivors represents 9.60 percent of the U.S. population (All survivor numbers reported are based on the 14-day U.S. universal recovery time)


The 32,745,223 individuals in the U.S. that have been tracked with having contracted the coronavirus to date break down as follows:

  • Active cases — 1.4 percent or 450,898 cases, 1.4 percent yesterday
  • Deaths — 1.7 percent or 553,238 individuals... 504,380 with COVID-19 complicating pre-existing conditions resulting in death, 49,858 with COVID-19 the direct cause of death
  • Survivors — 96.9 percent or 31,741,087 individuals, 96.9 percent yesterday
  • Vaccinations — 266,596,486 vaccines have been administered in the U.S.


A total of 154,624,231 individuals have been vaccinated in the U.S. with 77.0 percent having received two vaccines (118,987,308). The total number of individual receiving at least one vaccine represents 46.7 percent of the U.S. population (330,946,030).

Nationwide, in the past 24 hours:

  • Coronavirus cases increased by 39,095 individuals
  • Total active cases declined by 21,508 cases
  • Completed COVID-19 tests increased by 1,214,242 tests, for a total of 464,009,542 tests
  • Deaths either directly or indirectly linked to COVID-19 increased by 733, compared to the 762 deaths posted yesterday
  • ICU cases increased by 4,006, the number of intensive care unit cases represents0.88 percent of total active cases
  • Survivors of COVID-19 increased by 59,874 individuals


In Georgia:

  • New coronavirus cases increased by 918 new active cases
  • 6,960,793 vaccines have been administered
  • There are currently 10,068 active COVID-19 cases


Below are the Georgia Department of Health numbers of total active COVID-19 cases — not the number of new cases — for counties in the metro Atlanta and greater Athens areas over the past 14 days as of 7:30 a.m. this morning:

  • Fulton County — 1,182 active cases today, 1,229 yesterday; 0.11 percent of the county population
  • DeKalb County — 773 active cases today, 792 yesterday; 0.10 percent of the county population
  • Gwinnett County — 748 active cases today, 791 yesterday; 0.08 percent of the county population
  • Cobb County — 765 active cases today, 812 yesterday; 0.10 percent of the county population
  • Athens-Clarke — 86 active cases today, 92 yesterday; 0.07 percent of the county population
  • Oconee County — 21 active cases today, 19 yesterday; 0.05 percent of the county population
  • Barrow County — 115 active cases today, 116 yesterday; 0.13 percent of the county population
  • Jackson County — 59 active cases today, 61 yesterday; 0.08 percent of the county population
  • Hall County — 216 active cases today, 224 yesterday; 0.10 percent of the county population


Across the country, the top three states with the most COVID-19 cases account for 19.9 percent of the new cases, the states represent 27.7 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 72:

  • California — 1,903 new cases, 1,955 yesterday
  • Texas — 2,303 new cases, 2,626 yesterday
  • Florida — 3.590 new cases, 4,064 yesterday


Eight of the southern states account for 14.5 percent of the new cases, the states represent 15.4 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 94:

  • Georgia — 918 new cases, 1,114 yesterday
  • Tennessee — 627 new cases, 841 yesterday
  • Kentucky — 553 new cases, 672 yesterday
  • South Carolina — 620 new cases, 356 yesterday
  • North Carolina — 1,501 new cases, 1,394 yesterday
  • Alabama — 810 new cases, 838 yesterday
  • Mississippi — 201 new cases, 362 yesterday
  • Louisiana — 421 new cases, 415 yesterday


Seven of the northeastern corridor states account for 18.7 percent of the new cases, the states represent 20.1 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 93:

  • New York — 2,360 new cases, 2,515 yesterday
  • New Jersey — 323 new cases, 428 yesterday
  • Massachusetts — 429 new cases, 721 yesterday
  • Connecticut — 365 new cases, 471 yesterday
  • Pennsylvania — 1,643 new cases, 2,563 yesterday
  • Virginia — 493 new cases …579 yesterday
  • Maryland — 512 new cases, 474 yesterday


The Great Lakes states plus one account for 20.8 percent of the new cases, the states represent 17.2 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 121:

  • Illinois — 1,841 new cases, 1,918 yesterday
  • Michigan — 2,102 new cases, 2,370 yesterday
  • Minnesota — 1,305 new cases ... 1,009 yesterday
  • Ohio — 1,014 new cases, 1,161 yesterday
  • Indiana — 899 new cases, 882 yesterday
  • Wisconsin — 513 new cases, 485 yesterday
  • Missouri — 463 new cases, 619 yesterday


Six of the western states account for 16.2 percent of the new cases, the states represent 9.7 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 167:

  • Arizona — 854 new cases, 544 yesterday
  • Utah — 336 new cases, 418 yesterday
  • Colorado — 1,565 new cases, 1,846 yesterday
  • Washington — 2,372 new cases, 1,335 yesterday
  • Oregon — 810 new cases, 718 yesterday
  • Nevada — 389 new cases, 436 yesterday


Friday, May 14, 2021

As of 12:01 a.m. this morning:

  • The total number of tracked coronavirus cases represents 9.88 percent of the population of the United States
  • The total number of tracked active COVID-19 cases represents 0.14 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of COVID-19 survivors represents 9.57 percent of the U.S. population (All survivor numbers reported are based on the 14-day U.S. universal recovery time)


The 32,706,128 individuals in the U.S. that have been tracked with having contracted the coronavirus to date break down as follows:

  • Active cases — 1.4 percent or 472,406 cases, 1.5 percent yesterday
  • Deaths — 1.7 percent or 552,505 individuals... 503,720 with COVID-19 complicating pre-existing conditions resulting in death, 49,785 with COVID-19 the direct cause of death
  • Survivors — 96.9 percent or 31,681,213 individuals, 96.8 percent yesterday
  • Vaccinations — 264,680,844 vaccines have been administered in the U.S.


A total of 153,989,312 individuals have been vaccinated in the U.S. with 76.4 percent having received two vaccines (117,674,439). The total number of individual receiving at least one vaccine represents 46.5 percent of the U.S. population (330,946,030).

Nationwide, in the past 24 hours:

  • Coronavirus cases increased by 39,825 individuals
  • Total active cases declined by 20,149 cases
  • Completed COVID-19 tests increased by 1,318,867 tests, with 3.6 percent posting active in a 7-day rolling average tracked by John Hopkins
  • A total of 462,795,300 tests
  • Deaths either directly or indirectly linked to COVID-19 increased by 762, compared to the 841 deaths posted yesterday, of the 762 deaths posted yesterday, 52 were a direct result of COVID-19
  • ICU cases increased by 4,230, the number of intensive care unit cases represents0.86 percent of total active cases
  • Survivors of COVID-19 increased by 59,208 individuals


In Georgia:

  • New coronavirus cases increased by 1,114 new active cases
  • 6,909,908 vaccines have been administered
  • There are currently 10,474 active COVID-19 cases


Below are the Georgia Department of Health numbers of total active COVID-19 cases — not the number of new cases — for counties in the metro Atlanta and greater Athens areas over the past 14 days as of 7:30 a.m. this morning:

  • Fulton County — 1,229 active cases today, 1,238 yesterday
  • DeKalb County — 792 active cases today, 811 yesterday
  • Gwinnett County — 791 active cases today, 836 yesterday
  • Cobb County — 812 active cases today, 839 yesterday
  • Athens-Clarke — 92 active cases today, 90 yesterday
  • Oconee County — 19 active cases today, 20 yesterday
  • Barrow County — 116 active cases today, 104 yesterday
  • Jackson County — 61 active cases today, 63 yesterday
  • Hall County — 224 active cases today, 222 yesterday


Across the country, the top three states with the most COVID-19 cases account for 21.7 percent of the new cases, the states represent 27.7 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 78:

  • California — 1,955 new cases, 1,465 yesterday
  • Texas — 2,626 new cases, 2,466 yesterday
  • Florida — 4,064 new cases, 3,184 yesterday


Eight of the southern states account for 15.0 percent of the new cases, the states represent 15.4 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 97:

  • Georgia — 1,114 new cases, 921 yesterday
  • Tennessee — 841 new cases, 669 yesterday
  • Kentucky — 672 new cases, 677 yesterday
  • South Carolina — 356 new cases, 382 yesterday
  • North Carolina — 1,394 new cases, 1,493 yesterday
  • Alabama — 838 new cases, 347 yesterday
  • Mississippi — 362 new cases, 205 yesterday
  • Louisiana — 415 new cases, 480 yesterday


Seven of the northeastern corridor states account for 19.5 percent of the new cases, the states represent 20.1 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 97:

  • New York — 2,515 new cases, 1,989 yesterday
  • New Jersey — 428 new cases, 486 yesterday
  • Massachusetts — 721 new cases, 760 yesterday
  • Connecticut — 471 new cases, 187 yesterday
  • Pennsylvania — 2,563 new cases, 1,882 yesterday
  • Virginia — 579 new cases …561 yesterday
  • Maryland — 474 new cases, 471 yesterday


The Great Lakes states plus one account for 21.2 percent of the new cases, the states represent 17.2 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 123:

  • Illinois — 1,918 new cases, 1,795 yesterday
  • Michigan — 2,370 new cases, 2,765 yesterday
  • Minnesota — 1,009 new cases ... 908 yesterday
  • Ohio — 1,161 new cases, 1,449 yesterday
  • Indiana — 882 new cases, 841 yesterday
  • Wisconsin — 485 new cases, 558 yesterday
  • Missouri — 619 new cases, 522 yesterday
     

Six of the western states account for 13.3 percent of the new cases, the states represent 9.7 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 137:

  • Arizona — 544 new cases, 469 yesterday
  • Utah — 418 new cases, 468 yesterday
  • Colorado — 1,846 new cases, 1,213 yesterday
  • Washington — 1,335 new cases, 1,104 yesterday
  • Oregon — 718 new cases, 598 yesterday
  • Nevada — 436 new cases, 464 yesterday


Thursday, May 13, 2021

As of 12:01 a.m. this morning:

  • The total number of tracked coronavirus cases represents 9.87 percent of the population of the United States
  • The total number of tracked active COVID-19 cases represents 0.15 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of COVID-19 survivors represents 9.55 percent of the U.S. population


The 32,666,303 individuals in the U.S. that have been tracked with having contracted the coronavirus to date break down as follows:

  • Active cases — 1.5 percent or 492,555 cases, 1.6 percent yesterday
  • Deaths — 1.7 percent or 551,743 individuals... 503,030 with COVID-19 complicating pre-existing conditions resulting in death, 49,713 with COVID-19 the direct cause of death
  • Survivors — 96.8 percent or 31,622,005 individuals, 96.7 percent yesterday
  • Vaccinations — 263,162,561 vaccines have been administered in the U.S.


A total of 153,448,316 individuals have been vaccinated in the U.S. — that is more individuals than received a flu shot in the U.S. in 2019, the record-breaking year of the most flu shots administered — with 75.6 percent having received two vaccines (116,576,359). The number of individuals receiving a vaccine continues to grow by close to a million folks every day. The total number of individual receiving at least one vaccine represents 46.4 percent of the U.S. population (330,946,030).

Nationwide, in the past 24 hours:

  • Coronavirus cases increased by 35,816 individuals
  • Total active cases declined by 21,449 cases
  • Completed COVID-19 tests increased by 1,075,947 tests, for a
  • A total of 461,476,433 tests
  • Deaths either directly or indirectly linked to COVID-19 increased by 841, compared to the 743 deaths posted yesterday, of the 841 deaths posted yesterday, 84 were a direct result of COVID-19.
  • ICU cases increased by 4,228, the number of intensive care unit cases represents0.86 percent of total active cases
  • Survivors of COVID-19 increased by 556,394 individuals


In Georgia:

  • New coronavirus cases increased by 921 new active cases
  • 6,867,030 vaccines have been administered
  • There are currently 10,682 active COVID-19 cases


Below are the Georgia Department of Health numbers of total active COVID-19 cases — not the number of new cases — for counties in the metro Atlanta and greater Athens areas over the past 14 days as of 7:30 a.m. this morning:

  • Fulton County — 1,238 active cases today, 1,278 yesterday
  • DeKalb County — 811 active cases today, 824 yesterday
  • Gwinnett County — 836 active cases today, 883 yesterday
  • Cobb County — 839 active cases today, 851 yesterday
  • Athens-Clarke — 90 active cases today, 96 yesterday
  • Oconee County — 20 active cases today, 20 yesterday
  • Barrow County — 104 active cases today, 104 yesterday
  • Jackson County — 63 active cases today, 64 yesterday
  • Hall County — 222 active cases today, 230 yesterday


Across the country, the top three states with the most COVID-19 cases account for 19.9 percent of the new cases, the states represent 27.7 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 72:

  • California — 1,465 new cases, 1,497 yesterday
  • Texas — 2,466 new cases, 2,973 yesterday
  • Florida — 3,184 new cases, 3,263 yesterday


Eight of the southern states account for 14.4 percent of the new cases, the states represent 15.4 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 94:

  • Georgia — 921 new cases, 958 yesterday
  • Tennessee — 669 new cases, 655 yesterday
  • Kentucky — 677 new cases, 757 yesterday
  • South Carolina — 382 new cases, 287 yesterday
  • North Carolina — 1.493 new cases, 699 yesterday
  • Alabama — 347 new cases, 310 yesterday
  • Mississippi — 205 new cases, 267 yesterday
  • Louisiana — 480 new cases, 649 yesterday


Seven of the northeastern corridor states account for 17.7 percent of the new cases, the states represent 20.1 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 88:

  • New York — 1,989 new cases, 1,787 yesterday
  • New Jersey — 486 new cases, 561 yesterday
  • Massachusetts — 760 new cases, 555 yesterday
  • Connecticut — 187 new cases, 409 yesterday
  • Pennsylvania — 1,882 new cases, 2,217 yesterday
  • Virginia — 561 new cases …600 yesterday
  • Maryland — 471 new cases, 399 yesterday


The Great Lakes states plus one account for 24.7 percent of the new cases, the states represent 17.2 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 144:

  • Illinois — 1,795 new cases, 1,562 yesterday
  • Michigan — 2,765 new cases, 2,668 yesterday
  • Minnesota — 908 new cases ... 575 yesterday
  • Ohio — 1,449 new cases, 1,411 yesterday
  • Indiana — 841 new cases, 663 yesterday
  • Wisconsin — 558 new cases, 517 yesterday
  • Missouri — 522 new cases, 399 yesterday


Six of the western states account for 12.1 percent of the new cases, the states represent 9.7 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 125:

  • Arizona — 469 new cases, 683 yesterday
  • Utah — 468 new cases, 224 yesterday
  • Colorado — 1,213 new cases, 1,284 yesterday
  • Washington — 1,104 new cases, 1,211 yesterday
  • Oregon — 598 new cases, 642 yesterday
  • Nevada — 464 new cases, 470 yesterday


Wednesday, May 12, 2021

Moving forward, the vaccination numbers and their respective percentages provided will be based on adults. Children as young as six-years-old can now receive COVID-19 vaccinations in the United States.

As of 12:01 a.m. this morning:

  • The total number of tracked coronavirus cases represents 9.86 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of tracked active COVID-19 cases represents 0.15 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of COVID-19 survivors represents 9.54 percent of the U.S. population (All survivor numbers reported are based on the 14-day U.S. universal recovery time)


The 32,630,487 individuals in the U.S. that have been tracked with having contracted the coronavirus to date break down as follows:

  • Active cases — 1.6 percent or 513,974 cases, 1.6 percent yesterday
  • Deaths — 1.7 percent or 550,902 individuals... 501,273 with COVID-19 complicating pre-existing conditions resulting in death, 49,629 with COVID-19 the direct cause of death
  • Survivors —96.7 percent or 31,565,611 individuals, 96.7 percent yesterday
  • Vaccinations — 261,599,381 vaccines have been administered in the U.S., 6,838,037 in Georgia


A total of 152,819,904 individuals have been vaccinated in the U.S. with 75.6 percent having received two vaccines (115,530,780). In Georgia, 35.6 percent of the state population have received at least one vaccine.

Nationwide, in the past 24 hours:

  • Coronavirus cases increased by 34,904 individuals
  • Total active cases declined by 17,845 cases.
  • Completed COVID-19 tests increased by 979,552,  for a total of 460,400,486 tests
  • Deaths either directly or indirectly linked to COVID-19 increased by 743, compared to the 370 deaths posted yesterday
  • ICU cases posted at 4,596, the number of intensive care unit cases represents 0.89 percent of the total active cases
  • Survivors of COVID-19 increased by 52,006 individuals


In Georgia, new coronavirus cases increased by 958 new active cases, the number of cases represents 2.7 percent of total cases in the U.S. and Georgia accounts for 3.3 percent of the U.S. population The COVID-19 new active case incidence level in Georgia indexes at 82, that compares an index of 45 yesterday.

Below are the Georgia Department of Health numbers of total active COVID-19 cases — not the number of new cases — for counties in the metro Atlanta and greater Athens areas over the past 14 days as of 7:30 a.m. this morning:

  • Fulton County — 1,278 cases today, 1,285 yesterday
  • DeKalb County — 824 cases today, 851 yesterday
  • Gwinnett County — 883 cases today, 904 yesterday
  • Cobb County — 851 cases today, 857 yesterday
  • Athens-Clarke — 96 active cases today… 97 yesterday
  • Oconee County — 20 cases today, 19 yesterday
  • Barrow County — 104 cases today, 112 yesterday
  • Jackson County — 64 cases today, 63 yesterday
  • Hall County — 230 cases today, 236 yesterday


Statewide in Georgia, there are currently 11,017 active COVID-19 cases, 0.10 percent of the population.

Across the country, the top three states with the most COVID-19 cases account for 22.2 percent of the new cases, the states represent 27.7 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 80:

  • California — 1,497 new cases, 2,152 yesterday
  • Texas — 2,973 new cases, 2,235 yesterday
  • Florida — 3,263 new cases, 2,296 yesterday


Eight of the southern states account for 12.3 percent of the new cases, the states represent 15.4 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 80:

  • Georgia — 958 new cases, 460 yesterday
  • Tennessee — 655 new cases, 382 yesterday
  • Kentucky — 757 new cases, 155 yesterday
  • South Carolina — 287 new cases, 415 yesterday
  • North Carolina — 699 new cases, 974 yesterday
  • Alabama — 310 new cases, 106 yesterday
  • Mississippi — 267 new cases, 509 yesterday
  • Louisiana — 649 new cases, 905 yesterday


Seven of the northeastern corridor states account for 18.7 percent of the new cases, the states represent 20.1 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 93:

  • New York — 1,787 new cases, 1,932 yesterday
  • New Jersey — 561 new cases, 152 yesterday
  • Massachusetts — 555 new cases, 474 yesterday
  • Connecticut — 409 new cases, 827 yesterday
  • Pennsylvania — 2,217 new cases, 1,681 yesterday
  • Virginia — 600 new cases …336 yesterday
  • Maryland — 399 new cases, 276 yesterday


The Great Lakes states plus one account for 22.3 percent of the new cases, the states represent 17.2 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 130:

  • Illinois — 1,562 new cases, 1,421 yesterday
  • Michigan — 2,668 new cases, 1,494 yesterday
  • Minnesota — 575 new cases, 1,190 yesterday
  • Ohio — 1,411 new cases, 713 yesterday
  • Indiana — 663 new cases, 590 yesterday
  • Wisconsin — 517 new cases, 205 yesterday
  • Missouri — 399 new cases, 256 yesterday


Six of the western states account for 12.9 percent of the new cases, the states represent 9.7 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 133:

  • Arizona — 683 new cases, 642 yesterday
  • Utah — 224 new cases, 207 yesterday
  • Colorado — 1,284 new cases, 881 yesterday
  • Washington — 1,211 new cases, 1,754 yesterday
  • Oregon — 642 new cases, 369 yesterday
  • Nevada — 470 new cases, 266 yesterday


Tuesday, May 11, 2021

As of 12:01 a.m. this morning:

  • The total number of tracked coronavirus cases represents 9.85 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of tracked active COVID-19 cases represents 0.16 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of COVID-19 survivors represents 9.52 percent of the U.S. population (All survivor numbers reported are based on the 14-day U.S. universal recovery time)


The 32,595,583 individuals in the U.S. that have been tracked with having contracted the coronavirus to date break down as follows:

  • Active cases — 1.6 percent or 531,819 cases, 1.7 percent yesterday
  • Deaths — 1.7 percent or 550,159 individuals, 500,605 with COVID-19 complicating pre-existing conditions resulting in death, 49,554 with COVID-19 the direct cause of death
  • Survivors —96.7 percent or 31,513,605 individuals, 96.6 percent yesterday
  • Vaccinations — 259,716,989 vaccines have been administered in the U.S., 6,799,470 in Georgia


Nationwide, in the past 24 hours:

  • Coronavirus cases increased by 30,152 individuals
  • Total active cases declined by 16,203 cases.
  • Completed COVID-19 tests increased by 1,252,631,  for a total of 459,420,934 tests
  • Deaths either directly or indirectly linked to COVID-19 increased by 370, compared to the 241 deaths posted yesterday... of the 370 deaths declared yesterday, 33 were a direct result of COVID-19.
  • ICU cases posted at 4,636, the number of intensive care unit cases represents 0.89 percent of the total active cases
  • Survivors of COVID-19 increased by 47,503 individuals


In Georgia, new coronavirus cases increased by 460 new active cases . , the number of cases represents 1.5 percent of total cases in the U.S. and Georgia accounts for 3.3 percent of the U.S. population The COVID-19 new active case incidence level in Georgia indexes at 45, that compares an index of 61 yesterday.

Below are the Georgia Department of Health numbers of total active COVID-19 cases — not the number of new cases — for counties in the metro Atlanta and greater Athens areas over the past 14 days as of 7:30 a.m. this morning:

  • Fulton County — 1,285 cases today, 1,322 yesterday
  • DeKalb County — 851 cases today, 865 yesterday
  • Gwinnett County — 904 cases today, 932 yesterday
  • Cobb County — 857 cases today, 890 yesterday
  • Athens-Clarke — 97 active cases today… 99 yesterday
  • Oconee County — 19 cases today, 21 yesterday
  • Barrow County — 112 cases today, 117 yesterday
  • Jackson County — 63 cases today, 69 yesterday
  • Hall County — 236 cases today, 229 yesterday


Statewide in Georgia, there are currently 11,098 active COVID-19 cases, 0.10 percent of the population 99.90.

Across the country, the top three states with the most COVID-19 cases account for 22.2 percent of the new cases, the states represent 27.7 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 80:

  • California — 2,152 new cases, 1,018 yesterday
  • Texas — 2,235 new cases, 1,039 yesterday
  • Florida — 2,296 new cases, 3,231 yesterday


Eight of the southern states account for 13.0 percent of the new cases, the states represent 15.4 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 84:

  • Georgia — 460 new cases, 628 yesterday
  • Tennessee — 382 new cases, 320 yesterday
  • Kentucky — 155 new cases, 195 yesterday
  • South Carolina — 415 new cases, 521 yesterday
  • North Carolina — 974 new cases, 1,001 yesterday
  • Alabama — 106 new cases, 244 yesterday
  • Mississippi — 509 new cases, 114 yesterday
  • Louisiana — 905 new cases, 302 yesterday


Seven of the northeastern corridor states account for 19.5 percent of the new cases, the states represent 20.1 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 97:

  • New York — 1,932 new cases, 2,237 yesterday
  • New Jersey — 152 new cases, 332 yesterday
  • Massachusetts — 474 new cases, 878 yesterday
  • Connecticut — 827 new cases, 303 yesterday
  • Pennsylvania — 1,681 new cases, 1,112 yesterday
  • Virginia — 336 new cases …539 yesterday
  • Maryland — 276 new cases, 434 yesterday


The Great Lakes states plus one account for 19.5 percent of the new cases, the states represent 17.2 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 113:

  • Illinois — 1,421 new cases, 1,741 yesterday
  • Michigan — 1,494 new cases, 1,793 yesterday
  • Minnesota — 1,190 new cases, 803 yesterday
  • Ohio — 713 new cases, 794 yesterday
  • Indiana — 590 new cases, 905 yesterday
  • Wisconsin — 205 new cases, 308 yesterday
  • Missouri — 256 new cases, 355 yesterday


Six of the western states account for 13.7 percent of the new cases, the states represent 9.7 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 141:

  • Arizona — 642 new cases, 448 yesterday
  • Utah — 207 new cases, 232 yesterday
  • Colorado — 881 new cases, 927 yesterday
  • Washington — 1,754 new cases, 869 yesterday
  • Oregon — 369 new cases, 601 yesterday
  • Nevada — 266 new cases, 109 yesterday


Monday, May 10, 2021

As of 12:01 a.m. this morning:

  • The total number of tracked coronavirus cases represents 9.84 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of tracked active COVID-19 cases represents 0.17 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of COVID-19 survivors represents 9.51 percent of the U.S. population


The 32,533,231 individuals in the U.S. that have been tracked with having contracted the coronavirus to date break down as follows:

  • Active cases — 1.7 percent or 548,022 cases, 1.8 percent yesterday
  • Deaths — 1.7 percent or 549,789 individuals... 500,268 with COVID-19 complicating pre-existing conditions resulting in death, 49,521 with COVID-19 the direct cause of death
  • Survivors —96.6 percent or 31,466,102 individuals, 96.5 percent yesterday (All survivor numbers reported are based on the 14-day U.S. universal recovery time)


Nationwide, in the past 24 hours:

  • Coronavirus cases increased by 30,200 individuals
  • Total active cases declined by 17,857 cases
  • Deaths either directly or indirectly linked to COVID-19 increased by 241, compared to the 648 deaths posted yesterday, of the 241 deaths declared yesterday, 20 were a direct result of COVID-19
  • ICU cases posted at 4,877, the number of intensive care unit cases represents 0.89 percent of the total active cases
  • Survivors of COVID-19 increased by 44,936 individuals


In Georgia, new coronavirus cases increased by 628 new active cases. , the number of cases represents 2.0 percent of total cases in the U.S. and Georgia accounts for 3.3 percent of the U.S. population. The COVID-19 new active case incidence level in Georgia indexes at 61… that compares an index of 82 yesterday.

Below are the Georgia Department of Health numbers of total active COVID-19 cases — not the number of new cases — for counties in the metro Atlanta and greater Athens areas over the past 14 days as of 7:30 a.m. this morning:

  • Fulton County — 1,32 cases today, 1,363 yesterday
  • DeKalb County — 865 cases today, 889 yesterday
  • Gwinnett County — 932 cases today, 960 yesterday
  • Cobb County — 890 cases today, 915 yesterday
  • Athens-Clarke — 99 active cases today… 102 yesterday
  • Oconee County — 21 cases today, 23 yesterday
  • Barrow County — 117 cases today, 126 yesterday
  • Jackson County — 69 cases today, 70 yesterday
  • Hall County — 229 cases today, 231 yesterday


Statewide in Georgia, there are currently 11,396 active COVID-19 cases, 0.10 percent of the population.

Across the country, the top three states with the most COVID-19 cases account for 17.5 percent of the new cases, the states represent 27.7 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 63:

  • California — 1,018 new cases, 1,230 yesterday
  • Texas — 1,039 new cases, 1,542 yesterday
  • Florida — 3,231 new cases, 3,877 yesterdays


Eight of the southern states account for 11.0 percent of the new cases, the states represent 15.4 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 71:

  • Georgia — 628 new cases, 992 yesterday
  • Tennessee — 320 new cases, 433 yesterday
  • Kentucky — 195 new cases, 422 yesterday
  • South Carolina — 521 new cases, 620 yesterday
  • North Carolina — 1,001 new cases, 1,220 yesterday
  • Alabama — 244 new cases, 317 yesterday
  • Mississippi — 114 new cases, 53 yesterday
  • Louisiana — 302 new cases, 298 yesterday


Seven of the northeastern corridor states account for 19.3 percent of the new cases, the states represent 20.1 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 96:

  • New York — 2,237 new cases, 3,220 yesterday
  • New Jersey — 332 new cases, 650 yesterday
  • Massachusetts — 878 new cases, 795 yesterday
  • Connecticut — 303 new cases, 330 yesterday
  • Pennsylvania — 1,112 new cases, 2,345 yesterday
  • Virginia — 539 new cases …744 yesterday
  • Maryland — 434 new cases, 496 yesterday


The Great Lakes states plus one account for 22.2 percent of the new cases, the states represent 17.2 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 129:

  • Illinois — 1,741 new cases, 1,729 yesterday
  • Michigan — 2,577 new cases, 2,577 yesterday
  • Minnesota — 803 new cases, 1,282 yesterday
  • Ohio — 794 new cases, 1,243 yesterday
  • Indiana — 905 new cases, 907 yesterday
  • Wisconsin — 308 new cases, 493 yesterday
  • Missouri — 355 new cases, 331 yesterday


Six of the western states account for 10.5 percent of the new cases, the states represent 9.7 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 115:

  • Arizona — 448 new cases, 739 yesterday
  • Utah — 232 new cases, 240 yesterday
  • Colorado — 927 new cases, 1,433 yesterday
  • Washington — 869 new cases, 1,349 yesterday
  • Oregon — 601 new cases, 818 yesterday
  • Nevada — 109 new cases, 139 yesterday


Sunday, May 9, 2021

As of 12:01 a.m. this morning:

  • The total number of tracked coronavirus cases represents 9.83 percent of the U.S. population.
  • The total number of tracked active COVID-19 cases represents 0.17 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of COVID-19 survivors represents 9.49 percent of the U.S. population (All survivor numbers reported are based on the 14-day U.S. universal recovery time)


The 32,533,231 individuals in the U.S. that have been tracked with having contracted the coronavirus to date break down as follows:

  • Active cases — 1.7 percent or 562,517 cases, 1.8 percent yesterday
  • Deaths — 1.7 percent or 549,548 individuals... 500,047 with COVID-19 complicating pre-existing conditions resulting in death, 49,501 with COVID-19 the direct cause of death
  • Survivors —96.6 percent or 31,421,166 individuals, 96.5 percent yesterday (All survivor numbers reported are based on the 14-day U.S. universal recovery time)


Nationwide, in the past 24 hours:

  • Coronavirus cases increased by 35,755 individuals
  • Total active cases declined by 17,857 cases.
  • Completed COVID-19 tests increased by 1,304,842, for total of 457,294,673 tests
  • Deaths either directly or indirectly linked to COVID-19 increased by 648, compared to the 777 deaths posted yesterday... of the 648 deaths declared yesterday, 58 were a direct result of COVID-19.
  • ICU cases posted at 4,902, the number of intensive care unit cases represents 0.87 percent of the total active cases
  • Survivors of COVID-19 increased by 52,964 individuals


In Georgia, new coronavirus cases increased by 982 new active cases . , the number of cases represents 2.7 percent of total cases in the U.S. and Georgia accounts for 3.3 percent of the U.S. population The COVID-19 new active case incidence level in Georgia indexes at 82, that compares an index of 76 yesterday.

Below are the Georgia Department of Health numbers of total active COVID-19 cases — not the number of new cases — for counties in the metro Atlanta and greater Athens areas over the past 14 days as of 7:30 a.m. this morning:

  • Fulton County — 1,363 cases today, 1,439 yesterday
  • DeKalb County — 889 cases today, 897 yesterday
  • Gwinnett County — 960 cases today, 1,029 yesterday
  • Cobb County — 915 cases today, 936 yesterday
  • Athens-Clarke — 102 active cases today, 106 yesterday
  • Oconee County — 23 cases today, 30 yesterday
  • Barrow County — 126 cases today, 128 yesterday
  • Jackson County — 70 cases today, 74 yesterday
  • Hall County — 231 cases today, 228 yesterday


Statewide in Georgia, there are currently 11,639 active COVID-19 cases, 0.11 percent of the population 99.89 percent.

Across the country, the top three states with the most COVID-19 cases account for 18.6 percent of the new cases, the states represent 27.7 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 67:

  • California — 1,230 new cases, 2,166 yesterday
  • Texas — 1,542 new cases, 2,600 yesterday
  • Florida — 3,877 new cases, 4,165 yesterday


Eight of the southern states account for 12.1 percent of the new cases, the states represent 15.4 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 78:

  • Georgia — 992 new cases, 1,249 yesterday
  • Tennessee — 433 new cases, 769 yesterday
  • Kentucky — 422 new cases, 633 yesterday
  • South Carolina — 620 new cases, 867 yesterday
  • North Carolina — 1,220 new cases, 1,932 yesterday
  • Alabama — 317 new cases, 314 yesterday
  • Mississippi — 53 new cases, 240 yesterday
  • Louisiana — 298 new cases, 563 yesterday


Seven of the northeastern corridor states account for 24.0 percent of the new cases, the states represent 20.1 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 119:

  • New York — 3,220 new cases, 2,701 yesterday
  • New Jersey — 650 new cases, 967 yesterday
  • Massachusetts — 795 new cases, 976 yesterday
  • Connecticut — 330 new cases, 436 yesterday
  • Pennsylvania — 2,345 new cases, 2,647 yesterday
  • Virginia — 744 new cases …938 yesterday
  • Maryland — 496 new cases, 768 yesterday


The Great Lakes states plus one account for 23.9 percent of the new cases, the states represent 17.2 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 139:

  • Illinois — 1,729 new cases, 3,321 yesterday
  • Michigan — 2.577 new cases, 3,367 yesterday
  • Minnesota — 1,282 new cases, 1,450 yesterday
  • Ohio — 1,243 new cases, 1,397 yesterday
  • Indiana — 907 new cases, 1,164 yesterday
  • Wisconsin — 493 new cases, 662 yesterday
  • Missouri — 331 new cases, 601 yesterday


Six of the western states account for 13.1 percent of the new cases, the states represent 9.7 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 135:

  • Arizona — 739 new cases, 820 yesterday
  • Utah — 240 new cases, 386 yesterday
  • Colorado — 1,433 new cases, 1,402 yesterday
  • Washington — 1,349 new cases, 1,455 yesterday
  • Oregon — 818 new cases, 824 yesterday
  • Nevada — 139 new cases, 498 yesterday


Saturday, May 8, 2021

As of 12:01 a.m. this morning:

  • The total number of tracked coronavirus cases represents 9.82 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of tracked active COVID-19 cases represents 0.18 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of COVID-19 survivors represents 9.48 percent of the U.S. population (All survivor numbers reported are based on the 14-day U.S. universal recovery time)


The 32,497,476 individuals in the U.S. that have been tracked with having contracted the coronavirus to date break down as follows:

  • Active cases — 1.8 percent or 580,374 cases, 1.8 percent yesterday
  • Deaths — 1.7 percent or 548,900, 499,457 with COVID-19 complicating pre-existing conditions resulting in death, 49,443 with COVID-19 the direct cause of death
  • Survivors —96.5 percent or 31,368,202 individuals, 96.5 percent yesterday
  • Vaccinations — 251,973,752 vaccines have been administered in the U.S., 6,552,673 in Georgia


A total of 149,462,265 individuals have been vaccinated in the U.S. with 72.9 percent having received two vaccines (108,926,627).

Nationwide, in the past 24 hours:

  • Coronavirus cases increased by 49,491 individuals
  • Total active cases declined by 17,801 cases.
  • Completed COVID-19 tests increased by 1,536,629, for a total of 455,989,831 tests
  • Deaths either directly or indirectly linked to COVID-19 increased by 777, compared to the 860 deaths posted yesterday... of the 777 deaths declared yesterday, 70 were a direct result of COVID-19
  • ICU cases posted at 5,008, the number of intensive care unit cases represents 0.86 percent of the total active cases.
  • Survivors of COVID-19 increased by 66,515 individuals


In Georgia, new coronavirus cases increased by 1,249 new active cases . , the number of cases represents 2.5 percent of total cases in the U.S. and Georgia accounts for 3.3 percent of the U.S. population The COVID-19 new active case incidence level in Georgia indexes at 76, that compares an index of 76 yesterday.

Below are the Georgia Department of Health numbers of total active COVID-19 cases — not the number of new cases — for counties in the metro Atlanta and greater Athens areas over the past 14 days as of 7:30 a.m. this morning:

  • Fulton County — 1,439 cases today, 1,472 yesterday
  • DeKalb County — 897 cases today, 927 yesterday
  • Gwinnett County — 1,029 cases today, 1,094 yesterday
  • Cobb County — 936 cases today, 951 yesterday
  • Athens-Clarke — 106 active cases today… 113 yesterday
  • Oconee County — 30 cases today, 32 yesterday
  • Barrow County — 128 cases today, 144 yesterday
  • Jackson County — 74 cases today, 77 yesterday
  • Hall County — 228 cases today, 228 yesterday


Statewide in Georgia, there are currently 12,001 active COVID-19 cases.

Across the country, the top three states with the most COVID-19 cases account for 18.0 percent of the new cases, the states represent 27.7 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 65:

  • California — 2,166 new cases, 2,582 yesterday
  • Texas — 2,600 new cases, 2,724 yesterday
  • Florida — 4,165 new cases, 4,504 yesterday


Eight of the southern states account for 13.3 percent of the new cases, the states represent 15.4 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 86:

  • Georgia — 1,249 new cases, 1,213 yesterday
  • Tennessee — 769 new cases, 1,187 yesterday
  • Kentucky — 633 new cases, 653 yesterday
  • South Carolina — 867 new cases, 671 yesterday
  • North Carolina — 1,932 new cases, 1,798 yesterday
  • Alabama — 314 new cases, 436 yesterday
  • Mississippi — 240 new cases, 214 yesterday
  • Louisiana — 563 new cases, 407 yesterday


Seven of the northeastern corridor states account for 19.1 percent of the new cases, the states represent 20.1 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 95:

  • New York — 2,701 new cases, 2,964 yesterday
  • New Jersey — 967 new cases, 1,413 yesterday
  • Massachusetts — 976 new cases, 1,161 yesterday
  • Connecticut — 436 new cases, 711 yesterday
  • Pennsylvania — 2,647 new cases, 3,268 yesterday
  • Virginia — 938 new cases …856 yesterday
  • Maryland — 768 new cases, 578 yesterday


The Great Lakes states plus one account for 24.2 percent of the new cases, the states represent 17.2 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 138:

  • Illinois — 3,321 new cases, 1,778 yesterday
  • Michigan — 3,367 new cases, 4,113 yesterday
  • Minnesota — 1,450 new cases, 1,651 yesterday
  • Ohio — 1,397 new cases, 1,387 yesterday
  • Indiana — 1,164 new cases, 1,247 yesterday
  • Wisconsin — 662 new cases, 667 yesterday
  • Missouri — 601 new cases, 629 yesterday


Six of the western states account for 10.9 percent of the new cases, the states represent 9.7 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 112:

  • Arizona — 820 new cases, 601 yesterday
  • Utah — 386 new cases, 395 yesterday
  • Colorado — 1,402 new cases, 1,563 yesterday
  • Washington — 1,445 new cases, 1,139 yesterday
  • Oregon — 824 new cases, 745 yesterday
  • Nevada — 498 new cases, 394 yesterday
     

Friday, May 7, 2021

As of 12:01 a.m. this morning:

  • The total number of tracked coronavirus cases represents 9.80 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of tracked active COVID-19 cases represents 0.18 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of COVID-19 survivors represents 9.46 percent of the U.S. population


The 32,447,985 individuals in the U.S. that have been tracked with having contracted the coronavirus to date break down as follows:

  • Active cases — 1.8 percent or 598,175 cases, 1.9 percent yesterday
  • Deaths — 1.7 percent or 548,123... 498,750 with COVID-19 complicating pre-existing conditions resulting in death, 49,373 with COVID-19 the direct cause of death
  • Survivors —96.5 percent or 31,301,687 individuals, 96.4 percent yesterday
  • Vaccinations — 249,566,820 vaccines have been administered in the U.S... 6,503,909 in Georgia


A total of 148,562,891 individuals have been vaccinated in the U.S. with 72.3 percent having received two vaccines (107,346,533).

Nationwide, in the past 24 hours:

  • Coronavirus cases increased by 47,819 individuals
  • Total active cases declined by 20,111 cases.
  • Completed COVID-19 tests increased by 1,372,147, for a total of 454,453,202 tests
  • Deaths either directly or indirectly linked to COVID-19 increased by 860, compared to the 743 deaths posted yesterday... of the 860 deaths declared yesterday, 87 were a direct result of COVID-19
  • ICU cases posted at 5,133, the number of intensive care unit cases represents 0.86 percent of the total active cases
  • Survivors of COVID-19 increased by 67,070 individuals


In Georgia, new coronavirus cases increased by 1,213 new active cases . , the number of cases represents 2.5 percent of total cases in the U.S. and Georgia accounts for 3.3 percent of the U.S. population The COVID-19 new active case incidence level in Georgia indexes at 76, that compares to 2.1 percent and index of 64 yesterday.

Below are the Georgia Department of Health numbers of total active COVID-19 cases — not the number of new cases — for counties in the metro Atlanta and greater Athens areas over the past 14 days as of 7:30 a.m. this morning:

  • Fulton County — 1,472 cases today, 1,478 yesterday
  • DeKalb County — 927 cases today, 941 yesterday
  • Gwinnett County — 1,094 cases today, 1,152 yesterday
  • Cobb County — 951 cases today, 940 yesterday
  • Athens-Clarke — 113 active cases today… 125 yesterday
  • Oconee County — 32 cases today, 33 yesterday
  • Barrow County — 144 cases today, 152 yesterday
  • Jackson County — 77 cases today, 77 yesterday
  • Hall County — 228 cases today, 224 yesterday


Statewide in Georgia, there are currently 12,398 active COVID-19 cases.

Across the country, the top three states with the most COVID-19 cases account for 20.5 percent of the new cases, the states represent 27.7 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 74:

  • California — 2,582 new cases, 1,557 yesterday
  • Texas — 2,724 new cases, 2,384 yesterday
  • Florida — 4,504 new cases, 4,394 yesterday


Eight of the southern states account for 13.8 percent of the new cases, the states represent 15.4 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 90:

  • Georgia — 1,213 new cases, 993 yesterday
  • Tennessee — 1,187 new cases, 907 yesterday
  • Kentucky — 653 new cases, 704 yesterday
  • South Carolina — 671 new cases, 622 yesterday
  • North Carolina — 1,798 new cases, 1,468 yesterday
  • Alabama — 436 new cases, 331 yesterday
  • Mississippi — 214 new cases, 104 yesterday
  • Louisiana — 407 new cases, 460 yesterday


Seven of the northeastern corridor states account for 22.9 percent of the new cases, the states represent 20.1 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 114:

  • New York — 2,964 new cases, 2,511 yesterday
  • New Jersey — 1,413 new cases, 2,528 yesterday
  • Massachusetts — 1,161 new cases, 1,019 yesterday
  • Connecticut — 711 new cases, 609 yesterday
  • Pennsylvania — 3,268 new cases, 2,387 yesterday
  • Virginia — 856 new cases …842 yesterday
  • Maryland — 578 new cases, 679 yesterday


The Great Lakes states plus one account for 24.0 percent of the new cases, the states represent 17.2 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 137:

  • Illinois — 1,778 new cases, 2,410 yesterday
  • Michigan — 4,113 new cases, 3,047 yesterday
  • Minnesota — 1,651 new cases, 1,244 yesterday
  • Ohio — 1,387 new cases, 1,450 yesterday
  • Indiana — 1,247 new cases, 1,179 yesterday
  • Wisconsin — 667 new cases, 639 yesterday
  • Missouri — 629 new cases, 633 yesterday


Six of the western states account for 10.1 percent of the new cases, the states represent 9.7 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 104:

  • Arizona — 601 new cases, 742 yesterday
  • Utah — 395 new cases, 480 yesterday
  • Colorado — 1,563 new cases, 1,611 yesterday
  • Washington — 1,139 new cases, 1,395 yesterday
  • Oregon — 745 new cases, 252 yesterday
  • Nevada — 394 new cases, 373 yesterday
     

Thursday, May 6, 2021

As of 12:01 a.m. this morning:

  • The total number of tracked coronavirus cases represents 9.79 percent of the population of the United States
  • The total number of tracked active COVID-19 cases represents 0.19 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of COVID-19 survivors represents 9.44 percent of the U.S. population (All survivor numbers reported are based on the 14-day U.S. universal recovery time)


The 32,400,166 individuals in the U.S. that have been tracked with having contracted the coronavirus to date break down as follows:

  • Active cases — 1.9 percent or 618,286 cases, 1.9 percent yesterday
  • Deaths — 1.7 percent or 547,263 ... 497,977 with COVID-19 complicating pre-existing conditions resulting in death, 49,286 with COVID-19 the direct cause of death
  • Survivors increased by — 96.4 percent or 31,234,617 individuals, 96.3 percent yesterday
  • Vaccinations — 247,769,049 vaccines have been administered in the U.S., 6,503,909 in GA


Nationwide, in the past 24 hours:

  • Coronavirus cases increased by 46,129 individuals
  • Total active cases declined by 19,506 cases
  • Completed COVID-19 tests increased by 1,834,660, with 3.8 percent testing positive, for a total of 453,081,055 tests having been conducted in the U.S.
  • Deaths either directly or indirectly linked to COVID-19 increased by 743, compared to 853 deaths that posted yesterday ... of the 743 deaths declared yesterday, 67 were a direct result of COVID-19.
  • ICU cases increased by 5,644, the number of intensive care unit cases represents 0.91 percent of the total active cases.
  • Survivors of COVID-19 increased by 64,892 individuals


Georgia posted 993 new active cases, the number of Georgia cases represents 2.1 percent of total cases in the U.S. and Georgia accounts for 3.3 percent of the U.S. population. The COVID-19 new active case incidence level in Georgia indexes at 64, that compares to an index of 69 yesterday.

Below are the Georgia Department of Health numbers of total active COVID-19 cases — not the number of new cases — for counties in the metro Atlanta and greater Athens areas over the past 14 days as of 7:30 a.m. this morning:

  • Fulton County — 1,478 active cases today, 1,510 yesterday
  • DeKalb County — 941 active cases today, 955 yesterday
  • Gwinnett County — 1,152 active cases today, 1,202 yesterday
  • Cobb County — 940 active cases today, 947 yesterday
  • Athens-Clarke — 125 active cases today, 120 yesterday
  • Oconee County — 33 active cases today, 36 yesterday
  • Barrow County — 152 active cases today, 165 yesterday
  • Jackson County — 77 active cases today, 81 yesterday
  • Hall County — 224 active cases today, 230 yesterday


Statewide in Georgia, there are currently 12,468 active COVID-19 cases, that translates to 0.11 percent of the state's population.

Across the country, the top three states with the most COVID-19 cases account for 18.1 percent of new cases, the states represent 27.7 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 65:

  • California — 1,557 new cases, 2,364 yesterday
  • Texas — 2,384 new cases, 3,376 yesterday
  • Florida — 4,394 new cases, 3,076 yesterdays


Eight of the southern states account for 12.1 percent of new cases, the states represent 15.4 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 79:

  • Georgia — 993 new cases, 1,178 yesterday
  • Tennessee — 907 new cases, 542 yesterday
  • Kentucky — 704 new cases, 771 yesterday
  • South Carolina — 622 new cases, 427 yesterday
  • North Carolina — 1,468 new cases, 981 yesterday
  • Alabama — 331 new cases, 183 yesterday
  • Mississippi — 104 new cases, 208 yesterday
  • Louisiana — 460 new cases, 991 yesterday


Seven of the northeastern corridor states account for 22.9 percent of new cases, the states represent 20.1 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 114:

  • New York — 2,511 new cases, 2,480 yesterday
  • New Jersey — 2,528 new cases, 1,004 yesterday
  • Massachusetts — 1,019 new cases, 854 yesterday
  • Connecticut — 609 new cases, 417 yesterday
  • Pennsylvania — 2,387 new cases, 2,656 yesterday
  • Virginia — 842 new cases, 771 yesterday
  • Maryland — 679 new cases, 501 yesterday


The Great Lakes states plus one account for 21.5 percent of new cases, the states represent 17.2 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 125:

  • Illinois — 2,410 new cases, 2,211 yesterday
  • Michigan — 3,047 new cases, 3,120 yesterday
  • Minnesota — 1,244 new cases ... 995 yesterday
  • Ohio — 1,450 new cases, 1,285 yesterday
  • Indiana — 1,179 new cases, 771 yesterday
  • Wisconsin — 639 new cases, 721 yesterday
  • Missouri — 633 new cases, 510 yesterday


Six of the western states account for 10.5 percent of new cases, the states represent 9.7 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 108:

  • Arizona — 742 new cases, 701 yesterday
  • Utah — 480 new cases, 259 yesterday
  • Colorado — 1,611 new cases, 1,519 yesterday
  • Washington — 1,395 new cases, 1,335 yesterday
  • Oregon — 252 new cases, 734 yesterday
  • Nevada — 373 new cases, 476 yesterday


Wednesday, May 5, 2021

As of 12:01 a.m. this morning:

  • The total number of tracked coronavirus cases represents 9.78 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of tracked active COVID-19 cases represents 0.19 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of COVID-19 survivors represents 9.42 percent of the U.S. population (All survivor numbers reported are based on the 14-day U.S. universal recovery time)


The 32,354,037 individuals in the U.S. that have been tracked with having contracted the coronavirus to date break down as follows:

  • Active cases — 2.0 percent or 637,792 cases, 2.1 percent yesterday
  • Deaths — 1.7 percent or 546,520 ... 497,301 with COVID-19 complicating pre-existing conditions resulting in death, 49,219 with COVID-19 the direct cause of death
  • Survivors increased by —96.3 percent or 31,169,725 individuals, 96.2 percent yesterday
  • Vaccinations — 246,780,203 vaccines have been administered in the U.S., 6,461,734 in GA


Nationwide, in the past 24 hours:

  • Coronavirus cases increased by 42,354 individuals
  • Total active cases declined by 18,504 cases.
  • Completed COVID-19 tests increased by 959,207, with 3.9 percent testing positive, for a total of 451,246,395 tests having been conducted in the U.S.
  • Deaths either directly or indirectly linked to COVID-19 increased by 853, compared to 445 deaths that posted yesterday ... of the 853 deaths declared yesterday, 77 were a direct result of COVID-19.
  • ICU cases increased by 5,889, the number of intensive care unit cases represents 0.91 percent of the total active cases.
  • Survivors of COVID-19 increased by 60,005 individuals


Georgia posted 1,178 new active cases, the number of Georgia cases represents 2.3 percent of total cases in the U.S. and Georgia accounts for 3.3 percent of the U.S. population. The COVID-19 new active case incidence level in Georgia indexes at 69, that compares to 2.5 percent and index of 67 yesterday.

Below are the Georgia Department of Health numbers of total active COVID-19 cases — not the number of new cases — for counties in the metro Atlanta and greater Athens areas over the past 14 days as of 7:30 a.m. this morning:

  • Fulton County — 1,510 active cases today, 1,519 yesterday
  • DeKalb County — 955 active cases today, 958 yesterday
  • Gwinnett County — 1,202 active cases today, 1,232 yesterday
  • Cobb County — 947 active cases today, 956 yesterday
  • Athens-Clarke — 120 active cases today, 123 yesterday ... 7 of the 120 are UGA students
  • Oconee County — 36 active cases today, 37 yesterday
  • Barrow County — 165 active cases today, 168 yesterday
  • Jackson County — 81 active cases today, 86 yesterday
  • Hall County — 230 active cases today, 227 yesterday


Statewide in Georgia, there are currently 12,714 active COVID-19 cases, that translates to 0.12 percent of the state's population.

Across the country, the top three states with the most COVID-19 cases account for 20.7 percent of new cases, the states represent 27.7 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 75:

  • California — 2,238 new cases, 2,364 yesterday
  • Texas — 2,857 new cases, 3,376 yesterday
  • Florida — 3,682 new cases, 3,076 yesterday


Eight of the southern states account for 12.5 percent of new cases, the states represent 15.4 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 81:

  • Georgia — 1,178 new cases, 870 yesterday
  • Tennessee — 542 new cases, 436 yesterday
  • Kentucky — 772 new cases, 310 yesterday
  • South Carolina — 427 new cases, 521 yesterday
  • North Carolina — 981 new cases, 1,126 yesterday
  • Alabama — 183 new cases, 187 yesterday
  • Mississippi — 208 new cases, 500 yesterday
  • Louisiana — 997 new cases, 759 yesterday


Seven of the northeastern corridor states account for 20.5 percent of new cases, the states represent 20.1 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 102:

  • New York — 2,480 new cases, 2,272 yesterday
  • New Jersey — 1,004 new cases, 983 yesterday
  • Massachusetts — 854 new cases, 563 yesterday
  • Connecticut — 417 new cases, 1,312 yesterday
  • Pennsylvania — 2,656 new cases, 2,268 yesterday
  • Virginia — 771 new cases, 611 yesterday
  • Maryland — 501 new cases, 520 yesterday


The Great Lakes states plus one account for 22.7 percent of new cases, the states represent 17.2 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 132:

  • Illinois — 2,211 new cases, 2,049 yesterday
  • Michigan — 3,120 new cases, 2,779 yesterday ... 7.4 percent of total new case
  • Minnesota — 995 new cases ... 1,105 yesterday
  • Ohio — 1,285 new cases, 995 yesterday
  • Indiana — 771 new cases, 797 yesterday
  • Wisconsin — 721 new cases, 349 yesterday
  • Missouri — 510 new cases, 324 yesterday


Six of the western states account for 11.7 percent of new cases, the states represent 9.7 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 121:

  • Arizona — 701 new cases, 652 yesterday
  • Utah — 259 new cases, 228 yesterday
  • Colorado — 1,519 new cases, 1,019 yesterday
  • Washington — 1,335 new cases, 2,533 yesterday
  • Oregon — 734 new cases, 533 yesterday
  • Nevada — 476 new cases, 267 yesterday


Tuesday, May 4, 2021

Here are some interesting statistics:

  • Over 245 million COVID-19 vaccinations have been given in the U.S.
  • Close to 105 million individuals in the United States have received both COVID-19 vaccinations
  • Of the approximately 545,000 individuals who reportedly died “from COVID-19,” just under 50,000 died directly from COVID-19. In the other cases, pre-existing conditions played a role in the death
  • Nearly eight out-of-every ten individuals who died directly or indirectly from COVID-19 were age 65+
  • Less than one half of 1 percent (0.43 percent) of individuals who died either directly or indirectly from COVID-19 were age 30 or less
  • There are currently 5,887 individuals in the U.S. hospitalized in intensive care in the U.S. ... they are occupying less than 5 percent of all intensive care hospital beds in the U.S.


As of 12:01 a.m. this morning:

  • The total number of tracked coronavirus cases represents 9.76 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of tracked active COVID-19 cases represents 0.20 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of COVID-19 survivors represents 9.40 percent of the U.S. population (All survivor numbers reported are based on the 14-day U.S. universal recovery time)


The 32,311,683 individuals in the U.S. that have been tracked with having contracted the coronavirus to date break down as follows:

  • Active cases — 2.0 percent or 656,296 cases, 2.1 percent yesterday
  • Deaths — 1.7 percent or 544,667 ... 496,525 with COVID-19 complicating pre-existing conditions resulting in death, 49,142 with COVID-19 the direct cause of death
  • Survivors increased by —96.3 percent or 31,109,720 individuals, 96.2 percent yesterday
  • Vaccinations — 245,591,469 vaccines have been administered in the U.S., 6,460,435 in GA.


Nationwide, in the past 24 hours:

  • Coronavirus cases increased by 39,938 individuals
  • Total active cases declined by 12,167 cases
  • Completed COVID-19 tests increased by 1,302,508, with 3.9 percent testing positive, for a total of 450,287,188 tests having been conducted in the U.S.
  • Deaths either directly or indirectly linked to COVID-19 increased by 445, compared to 312 deaths that posted yesterday ... of the 455 deaths declared yesterday, 40 were a direct result of COVID-19
  • ICU cases increased by 5,887, the number of intensive care unit cases represents 0.90 percent of the total active cases
  • Survivors of COVID-19 increased by 51,650 individuals


Georgia posted 870 new active cases, the number of Georgia cases represents 2.2 percent of total cases in the U.S. and Georgia accounts for 3.3 percent of the U.S. population.

Below are the Georgia Department of Health numbers of total active COVID-19 cases — not the number of new cases — for counties in the metro Atlanta and greater Athens areas over the past 14 days as of 7:30 a.m. this morning:

  • Fulton County — 1,519 active cases today, 1,509 yesterday
  • DeKalb County — 958 active cases today, 990 yesterday
  • Gwinnett County — 1,232 active cases today, 1,250 yesterday
  • Cobb County — 956 active cases today, 971 yesterday
  • Athens-Clarke — 123 active cases today, 129 yesterday
  • Oconee County — 37 active cases today, 38 yesterday
  • Barrow County — 168 active cases today, 177 yesterday
  • Jackson County — 86 active cases today, 89 yesterday
  • Hall County — 227 active cases today, 227 yesterday


Statewide in Georgia, there are currently 12,954 active COVID-19 cases, that translates to 0.12 percent of the state's population.

Across the country, the top three states with the most COVID-19 cases account for 22.1 percent of new cases, the states represent 27.7 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 80:

  • California — 2,364 new cases, 2,294 yesterday
  • Texas — 3,376 new cases, 1,167 yesterday
  • Florida — 3,076 new cases, 3,841 yesterday


Eight of the southern states account for 11.8 percent of new cases, the states represent 15.4 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 77:

  • Georgia — 870 new cases, 1,202 yesterday
  • Tennessee — 436 new cases, 420 yesterday
  • Kentucky — 310 new cases, 368 yesterday
  • South Carolina — 521 new cases, 717 yesterday
  • North Carolina — 1,126 new cases, 1,295 yesterday
  • Alabama — 187 new cases, 288 yesterday
  • Mississippi — 500 new cases, 142 yesterday
  • Louisiana — 759 new cases, 233 yesterday


Seven of the northeastern corridor states account for 21.6 percent of new cases, the states represent 20.1 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 107:

  • New York — 2,272 new cases, 2,905 yesterday
  • New Jersey — 983 new cases, 1,198 yesterday
  • Massachusetts — 563 new cases, 893 yesterday
  • Connecticut — 1,312 new cases, 599 yesterday
  • Pennsylvania — 2,368 new cases, 2,220 yesterday
  • Virginia — 611 new cases, 761 yesterday
  • Maryland — 520 new cases, 649 yesterday


The Great Lakes states plus one account for 21.0 percent of new cases, the states represent 17.2 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 122:

  • Illinois — 2,049 new cases, 1,860 yesterday
  • Michigan — 2,779 new cases, 3,102 yesterday
  • Minnesota — 1,105 new cases ... 1,711 yesterday
  • Ohio — 995 new cases, 985 yesterday
  • Indiana — 797 new cases, 1,069 yesterday
  • Wisconsin — 349 new cases, 405 yesterday
  • Missouri — 324 new cases, 891 yesterday


Six of the western states account for 12.9 percent of new cases, the states represent 9.7 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 133:

  • Arizona — 652 new cases, 356 yesterday
  • Utah — 228 new cases, 279 yesterday
  • Colorado — 1,019 new cases, 961 yesterday
  • Washington — 2,533 new cases, 144 yesterday
  • Oregon — 533 new cases, 747 yesterday
  • Nevada — 267 new cases, 493 yesterday


Monday, May 3, 2021

As of 12:01 a.m. this morning:

  • The total number of tracked coronavirus cases represents 9.75 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of tracked active COVID-19 cases represents 0.20 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of COVID-19 survivors represents 9.38 percent of the U.S. population (All survivor numbers reported are based on the 14-day U.S. universal recovery time)


The 32,271,745 individuals in the U.S. that have been tracked with having contracted the coronavirus to date break down as follows:

  • Active cases — 2.1 percent or 668,453 cases, 2.1 percent yesterday
  • Deaths — 1.7 percent or 545,222 ... 496,120 with COVID-19 complicating pre-existing conditions resulting in death, 49,102 with COVID-19 the direct cause of death
  • Survivors increased by —96.2 percent or 31,058,070 individuals, 96.2 percent yesterday


Nationwide, in the past 24 hours:

  • Coronavirus cases increased by 38,630 individuals
  • Total active cases declined by 10,867 cases
  • Completed COVID-19 tests increased by 1,251,998, with 4.0 percent testing positive, for a total of 448,984,680 tests having been conducted in the U.S.
  • Deaths either directly or indirectly linked to COVID-19 increased by 312, compared to 664 deaths that posted yesterday ... of the 312 deaths declared yesterday, 31 were a direct result of COVID-19
  • ICU cases increased by 6,073, the number of intensive care unit cases represents 0.91 percent of the total active cases
  • Survivors of COVID-19 increased by 49,181 individuals


Georgia posted 1,202 new active cases, the number of Georgia cases represents 3.1 percent of total cases in the U.S. and Georgia accounts for 3.3 percent of the U.S. population. The COVID-19 new active case incidence level in Georgia indexes at 93, that compares to 2.5 percent and index of 76 yesterday.

Below are the Georgia Department of Health numbers of total active COVID-19 cases — not the number of new cases — for counties in the metro Atlanta and greater Athens areas over the past 14 days as of 7:30 a.m. this morning:

  • Fulton County — 1,509 active cases today, 1,504 yesterday
  • DeKalb County — 990 active cases today, 986 yesterday
  • Gwinnett County — 1,250 active cases today, 1,261 yesterday
  • Cobb County — 971 active cases today, 955 yesterday
  • Athens-Clarke — 129 active cases today, 127 yesterday
  • Oconee County — 38 active cases today, 37 yesterday
  • Barrow County — 177 active cases today, 175 yesterday
  • Jackson County — 89 active cases today, 91 yesterday
  • Hall County — 227 active cases today, 220 yesterday


Statewide in Georgia, there are currently 13,100 active COVID-19 cases, that translates to 0.12 percent of the state's population.

Across the country, the top three states with the most COVID-19 cases account for 18.9 percent of new cases, the states represent 27.7 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 59:

  • California — 2,294 new cases, 1,549 yesterday
  • Texas — 1,167 new cases, 1,780 yesterday
  • Florida — 3,841 new cases, 5,419 yesterday


Eight of the southern states account for 11.5 percent of new cases, the states represent 15.4 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 75:

  • Georgia — 1,202 new cases, 1,288 yesterday
  • Tennessee — 420 new cases, 539 yesterday
  • Kentucky — 368 new cases, 644 yesterday
  • South Carolina — 717 new cases, 987 yesterday
  • North Carolina — 1,295 new cases, 1,822 yesterday
  • Alabama — 288 new cases, 387 yesterday
  • Mississippi — 142 new cases, 213 yesterday
  • Louisiana — 233 new cases, 459 yesterday


Seven of the northeastern corridor states account for 24.0 percent of new cases, the states represent 20.1 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 119:

  • New York — 2,905 new cases, 3,824 yesterday ... 7.6 percent of total new cases
  • New Jersey — 1,198 new cases, 1,589 yesterday ... 3.1 percent of total new cases
  • Massachusetts — 893 new cases, 1,306 yesterday
  • Connecticut — 599 new cases, 492 yesterday
  • Pennsylvania — 2,220 new cases, 2,718 yesterday ... 6.3 percent of total new cases
  • Virginia — 761 new cases, 963 yesterday
  • Maryland — 649 new cases, 939 yesterday


The Great Lakes states plus one account for 25.9 percent of new cases, the states represent 17.2 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 151:

  • Illinois — 1,860 new cases, 2,611 yesterday
  • Michigan — 3,102 new cases, 3,708 yesterday ... 8.0 percent of total new case
  • Minnesota — 1,711 new cases ... 1,712 yesterday
  • Ohio — 985 new cases, 1,707 yesterday
  • Indiana — 1,069 new cases, 1,152 yesterday
  • Wisconsin — 405 new cases, 675 yesterday
  • Missouri — 891 new cases, 648 yesterday


Six of the western states account for 7.7 percent of new cases, the states represent 9.7 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 79:

  • Arizona — 356 new cases, 1,074 yesterday
  • Utah — 279 new cases, 410 yesterday
  • Colorado — 961 new cases, 1,838 yesterday
  • Washington — 144 new cases, 1,549 yesterday
  • Oregon — 747 new cases, 785 yesterday
  • Nevada — 493 new cases, 411 yesterday


Sunday, May 2, 2021

Please note the reorganized state breakdown:

  • The three largest states will be grouped and Arizona will be removed
  • The south sentral states grouped below will no longer be in the reports:
  • Louisiana will be moved to the southern set of states
  • As much as Missouri is not a Great Lakes State, it will be moved to this group given its location adjacent to southern Illinois
  • Kentucky will be re-grouped with the southern states
  • Minnesota will be added to the Great Lakes group of states
  • A new group termed the Western Set is being added to reports tracking some key states like Colorado, Washington and Oregon. Arizona will be moved to this set of states


As of 12:01 a.m. this morning:

  • The total number of tracked coronavirus cases represents 9.74 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of tracked active COVID-19 cases represents 0.21 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of COVID-19 survivors represents 9.37 percent of the U.S. population (All survivor numbers reported are based on the 14-day U.S. universal recovery time)


The 32,181,079 individuals in the U.S. that have been tracked with having contracted the coronavirus to date break down as follows:

  • Active cases — 2.1 percent or 679,320 cases, 2.2 percent yesterday
  • Deaths — 1.7 percent or 544,910 ... 495,839 with COVID-19 complicating pre-existing conditions resulting in death, 49,071 with COVID-19 the direct cause of death
  • Survivors increased by —96.2 percent or 31,008,889 individuals, 96.2 percent yesterday


Nationwide, in the past 24 hours:

  • Coronavirus cases increased by 52,040 individuals
  • Total active cases declined by 11,629 cases.
  • Completed COVID-19 tests increased by 1,105,485, with 3.9 percent testing positive, for a total of 447,732,682 tests having been conducted in the U.S.
  • Deaths either directly or indirectly linked to COVID-19 increased by 664, compared to 870 deaths that posted yesterday ... of the 870 deaths declared yesterday, 60 were a direct result of COVID-19.
  • ICU cases increased by 6,077, the number of intensive care unit cases represents 0.89 percent of the total active cases.
  • Survivors of COVID-19 increased by 63,005 individuals


Georgia posted 1,288 new active cases, the number of Georgia cases represents 2.5 percent of total cases in the U.S. and Georgia accounts for 3.3 percent of the U.S. population. The COVID-19 new active case incidence level in Georgia indexes at 76, that compares to the same percentage and index of 73 yesterday.

Below are the Georgia Department of Health numbers of total active COVID-19 cases — not the number of new cases — for counties in the metro Atlanta and greater Athens areas over the past 14 days as of 7:30 a.m. this morning:

  • Fulton County — 1,504 active cases today, 1,512 yesterday
  • DeKalb County — 986 active cases today, 1,022 yesterday
  • Gwinnett County — 1,261 active cases today, 1,319 yesterday
  • Cobb County — 955 active cases today, 989 yesterday
  • Athens-Clarke — 127 active cases today, 141 yesterday
  • Oconee County — 37 active cases today, 42 yesterday
  • Barrow County — 175 active cases today, 167 yesterday
  • Jackson County — 91 active cases today, 91 yesterday
  • Hall County — 220 active cases today, 225 yesterday


Statewide in Georgia, there are currently 13,142 active COVID-19 cases, that translates to 0.13 percent of the state's population who are tracked as active and 99.87 percent of the Statewide population who are tracked as not.

Across the country, the four second wave states account for 18.5 percent of new cases, the states represent 29.9 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 62:

  • California — 1,549 new cases, 2,098 yesterday
  • Texas — 1,780 new cases, 3,383 yesterday
  • Florida — 5,419 new cases, 5,309 yesterday
  • Arizona — 874 new cases, 844 yesterday


The six southeastern states account for 9.9 percent of new cases, the states represent 12.5 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 79:

  • Georgia — 1,288 new cases, 1,464 yesterday
  • Tennessee — 539 new cases, 958 yesterday
  • South Carolina — 987 new cases, 1,109 yesterday
  • North Carolina — 1,822 new cases, 2,231 yesterday
  • Alabama — 387 new cases, 409 yesterday
  • Mississippi — 213 new cases, 246 yesterday


The seven northeastern corridor states account for 22.7 percent of new cases, the states represent 19.0 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 119:

  • New York — 3,824 new cases, 4,074 yesterday
  • New Jersey — 1,589 new cases, 1,858 yesterday
  • Massachusetts — 1,306 new cases, 1,335 yesterday
  • Connecticut — 492 new cases, 486 yesterday
  • Pennsylvania — 2,718 new cases, 4,462 yesterday
  • Virginia — 963 new cases, 1,259 yesterday
  • Maryland — 939 new cases, 942 yesterday


The six Great Lakes states account for 20.2 percent of new cases, the states represent 15.5 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 130:

  • Illinois — 2,611 new cases, 3,207 yesterday
  • Michigan — 3,708 new cases, 3,836 yesterday
  • Ohio — 1,707 new cases, 1,541 yesterday
  • Kentucky — 644 new cases, 719 yesterday
  • Indiana — 1,152 new cases, 1,527 yesterday
  • Wisconsin — 675 new cases, 789 yesterday


The five south central states account for 3.2 percent of new cases, the states represent 6.3 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 51:

  • Missouri — 648 new cases, 748 yesterday
  • Kansas — 62 new cases, 105 yesterday
  • Oklahoma — 239 new cases, 374 yesterday
  • Arkansas — 243 new cases, 196 yesterday
  • Louisiana — 459 new cases, 685 yesterday


Saturday, May 1, 2021

As of 12:01 a.m. this morning:

  • The total number of tracked coronavirus cases represents 9.72 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of tracked active COVID-19 cases represents 0.21 percent of the U.S. population
  • The total number of COVID-19 survivors represents 9.35 percent of the U.S. population


The 32,181,079 individuals in the U.S. that have been tracked with having contracted the coronavirus to date break down as follows:

  • Active cases — 2.2 percent or 690,949 cases, 2.1 percent yesterday
  • Deaths — 1.7 percent or 544,246 ... 495,235 with COVID-19 complicating pre-existing conditions resulting in death, 49,011 with COVID-19 the direct cause of death
  • Survivors increased by —96.2 percent or 30,945,884 individuals, 96.1 percent yesterday
  • Vaccinations — 240,159,677 vaccines have been administered in the U.S., 6,306,091 in GA


Nationwide, in the past 24 hours:

  • Coronavirus cases increased by 59,906 individuals
  • Total active cases declined by 22,648 cases.
  • Completed COVID-19 tests increased by 1,494,514, with 3.9 percent testing positive
  • Deaths either directly or indirectly linked to COVID-19 increased by 870, compared to 954 deaths that posted yesterday ... of the 870 deaths declared yesterday, 78 were a direct result of COVID-19.
  • ICU cases increased by 6,118, the number of intensive care unit cases represents 0.89 percent of the total active cases.
  • Survivors of COVID-19 increased by 81,770 individuals


Georgia posted 1,464 new active cases, the number of Georgia cases represents 2.4 percent of total cases in the U.S. and Georgia accounts for 3.3 percent of the U.S. population. The COVID-19 new active case incidence level in Georgia indexes at 73, that compares to the same percentage and index of 73 yesterday.

Below are the Georgia Department of Health numbers of total active COVID-19 cases — not the number of new cases — for counties in the metro Atlanta and greater Athens areas over the past 14 days as of 7:30 a.m. this morning:

  • Fulton County — 1,512 active cases today, 1,550 yesterday
  • DeKalb County — 1,022 active cases today, 1,039 yesterday
  • Gwinnett County — 1,319 active cases today, 1,372 yesterday
  • Cobb County — 989 active cases today, 983 yesterday
  • Athens-Clarke — 141 active cases today, 137 yesterday
  • Oconee County — 42 active cases today, 44 yesterday
  • Barrow County — 167 active cases today, 177 yesterday
  • Jackson County — 91 active cases today, 91 yesterday
  • Hall County — 225 active cases today, 227 yesterday


Statewide in Georgia, there are currently 13,338 active COVID-19 cases, that translates to 0.13 percent of the state's population who are tracked as active and 99.87 percent of the Statewide population who are tracked as not.

Across the country, the four second wave states account for 19.4 percent of new cases, the states represent 29.9 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 65:

  • California — 2,098 new cases, 1,723 yesterday
  • Texas — 3,383 new cases, 4,023 yesterday
  • Florida — 5,309 new cases, 5,666 yesterday
  • Arizona — 844 new cases, 881 yesterday


The six southeastern states account for 10.7 percent of new cases, the states represent 12.5 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 86:

  • Georgia — 1,464 new cases, 1,440 yesterday
  • Tennessee — 958 new cases, 1,092 yesterday
  • South Carolina — 1,109 new cases, 911 yesterday
  • North Carolina — 2,231 new cases, 1,985 yesterday
  • Alabama — 409 new cases, 430 yesterday
  • Mississippi — 246 new cases, 161 yesterday


The seven northeastern corridor states account for 20.8 percent of new cases, the states represent 19.0 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 109:

  • New York — 4,074 new cases, 4,325 yesterday
  • New Jersey — 1,858 new cases, 2,242 yesterday
  • Massachusetts — 1,335 new cases, 1,395 yesterday
  • Connecticut — 786 new cases, 486 yesterday
  • Pennsylvania — 4,462 new cases, 3,362 yesterday
  • Virginia — 1,259 new cases, 1,187 yesterday
  • Maryland — 942 new cases, 966 yesterday


The six Great Lakes states account for 19.4 percent of new cases, the states represent 15.5 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 125:

  • Illinois — 3,207 new cases, 3,394 yesterday
  • Michigan — 3,863 new cases, 4,197 yesterday ... 7.5 percent of total new case
  • Ohio — 1,541 new cases, 1,786 yesterday
  • Kentucky — 719 new cases, 790 yesterday
  • Indiana — 1,527 new cases, 1,384 yesterday
  • Wisconsin — 789 new cases, 806 yesterday


The five south central states account for 3.5 percent of new cases, the states represent 6.3 percent of the U.S. population, and the new COVID-19 case count indexes at 56:

  • Missouri — 746 new cases, 795 yesterday
  • Kansas — 105 new cases, 42 yesterday
  • Oklahoma — 374 new cases, 289 yesterday
  • Arkansas — 196 new cases, 240 yesterday
  • Louisiana — 685 new cases, 570 yesterday

 





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