#COVID19 Data: Nightly update of the sick and the dead.

Since tracking and analyzing data is what I'm best known for...and since I'm mostly stuck sitting in front of the computer all day whether I like it or not these days anyway...I've started my own daily COVID-19 spreadsheet.

Again, I'm not the one who compiled the data itself--many other teams with far better resources than I have are doing that--but I'm pulling their work together and adding some additional context, such as per capita info by state/territory.

Nationally:

  • 4.47 million tests have been completed in the U.S. (1.35% of the population)
  • 30,000 more Americans tested positive today. 849,000 have tested positive to date (2.6 per thousand)
  • Another 2,300 Americans died today. Over 47,600 have died to date (over 1.4 per thousand).
  • The U.S. Case Fatality Rate (CFR) now stands at 5.6%.
  • The U.S. case count has increased 31% over the past week, and the total U.S. death toll has increased by 46%.

New York:

  • 670,000 tests have been completed on New Yorkers to date (3.4% of the population)
  • 5,700 more New Yorkers tested positive today. Over 262,000 have tested positive to date (1.35% of the population).
  • 661 more New Yorkers died today. 20,300 have died so far. That's more than 1 out of every 1,000 New Yorkers.
  • New York's CFR is 7.8%, second only to the Northern Mariana Islands and Michigan.
  • New York's cases have increased 20% over the past week. The death toll has risen 30%.

Michigan (my home state):

  • 118,000 tests have been completed on Michiganders to date (1.2% of the population)
  • 999 more Michiganders tested positive today. 34,000 have tested positive to date (3.4 per thousand).
  • 113 more Michiganders died today. 2,800 Michiganders have died of COVID-19 to date.
  • Michigan continues to have the highest CFR of any state at 8.3%.
  • Michigan's cases have increased 21% in the past week. Our death toll has increased 46%.

Other States/Territories:

  • Rhode Island continues to have tested the highest percentage of their population (3.9%).
  • No states actually doubled their case count over the past week, but four states came close: Iowa, Nebraska, Iowa, North Dakota and Ohio all increased by over 80%.
  • The following states have seen their death tolls double or more in the past week, along with the U.S. Virgin Islands:
    • Wyoming
    • West Virginia
    • Pennsylvania
    • Rhode Island
    • Minnesota
    • North Carolina
    • Nebraska
    • Maryland
    • Montana