Coronavirus COVID-19 Outbreak – What's New

William M. Detmer, MD, supported by the Unbound Medicine Team

Updated: Tuesday, June 01, 2021 13:17 ET

COVID-19 Cases

Around the Globe

New Cases in Countries with Highest COVID-19 Activity
New Cases in Countries with Highest COVID-19 Activity
Recent Confirmed Cases in countries with the highest reported COVID-19 activity (India, United States, Brazil, France, Russia, UK, Turkey, Italy, Spain). Note that the left axis is linear rather than logarithmic and representsthe number ofcases reported (rolling 7-day average) by each country.
Data sources: Johns Hopkins Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE). Our World in Data.
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Source: Johns Hopkins Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE).[1]

In the United States

US COVID-19 Cases in last 7 Days: May 30, 2021
US COVID-19 Case in last 7 Days
US COVID-19 Case Rate Reported to the CDC in the Last 7 Days, by State/Territory (cases per 100K).
Source: US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Covid-19 Level of Community Transmission in the US
Covid-19 US Level of Community Transmission
Total new cases per 100,000 persons in the United States in the past 7 days, as of May 28, 2021.
High (Red): ≥100
Substantial (Orange): 50–99
Moderate (Yellow): 10–49
Low (Blue): ≤ 10
U.S. States with the Most COVID-19 Activity

31-May-21

Cases

Deaths

State

Total

Last 7d

Per 100k

Total

Last 7d

Per 100k

Florida

2,277,470

12,331

10,604

36,774

311

171

Texas

2,943,316

9,777

10,151

50,403

265

173

Washington

435,849

7,277

5,724

5,765

63

75

Illinois

1,381,063

6,498

10,899

25,166

190

198

Pennsylvania

1,201,375

6,362

9,384

27,203

174

212

California

3,683,309

6,162

9,322

61,999

152

156

Michigan

991,941

5,561

9,932

20,376

109

204

Colorado

542,405

5,436

9,419

6,576

73

114

Ohio

1,101,557

4,940

9,424

19,861

152

169

North Carolina

1,001,154

4,419

9,546

13,078

120

124

Arizona

880,466

4,055

12,096

17,628

81

242

New York

1,150,405

4,002

10,406

19,759

57

178

Georgia

1,123,343

3,729

10,580

20,837

176

196

Indiana

743,338

3,712

11,042

13,615

62

202

Missouri

599,382

3,120

9,766

9,080

75

147

Minnesota

601,105

2,778

10,659

7,511

55

133

Kentucky

458,275

2,700

10,258

6,782

48

151

Louisiana

470,685

2,675

10,125

10,576

54

227

Oregon

201,004

2,648

4,766

2,666

48

63

Virginia

675,392

2,363

7,913

11,173

67

130

U.S. Centers for Disease Control.

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