Coronavirus: total USA cases and deaths, real-time map, 28 March

Updates on the total number of confirmed Covid-19 cases, deaths and discharged patients, both in the United States and across the world.

Coronavirus: total USA cases and deaths, real-time map, 28 March
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This article is now out of date. You can follow the United States' coronavirus figures for Sunday 29 March here.

Confirmed US coronavirus cases

As of 03:30 CEST on Sunday, 29 March (21:30 EDT, 18:30 PDT), there were a total of 123,498 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the US, with 2,211 deaths. 3,231 people in the country have officially recovered after contracting Covid-19.

Worldwide real-time coronavirus map

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US coronavirus news

The United States became the first country to register over 100,000 coronavirus cases and on Saturday reached the grim milestone of 2,000 deaths.

American president Donald Trump has said that he is considering enforcing quarantine measures in New York, New Jersey and Conneticut, an idea which New York governor, Andrew Cuomo, has called "anti-American" and "counter-productive".

Saturday also saw the U.S. report the first coranvirus-related infant death in Chicago. The infant was under one year old. It has not been made known at this time if the child had any underlying condtions.  

Daily life amid coronavirus pandemic, in San FranciscoA heart-shaped sign hangs from a building in San Francisco, California, USA, 27 March 2020. California enforced a state-wide shelter-in-place legal order directing residents to stay at home, except for essential work and essential needs, such as grocery shopping.

Worldwide coronavirus cases

The total number of confirmed coronavirus cases worldwide at the above time stood at 663,541. In all, 30,873 people have died from Covid-19, while 142,175 have recovered from the disease.

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