COVID-19 discovered cases – 02 March 2020

Washington is home to patient zero for COVID-19 in the United States, and there have now been six deaths here. The only US deaths to date are here. There are 18 cases of COVID-19 in western Washington, and the number of people under supervision: 231. Nationally there are a total of 43 cases according to the CDC and 105 cases according to Johns Hopkins.

Seattle professor and researcher Trevor Bedford estimates that Washington “has at least one cluster of ~570 infected individuals.”

Data support Memo from a News Hound, 03 March 2020.

 

02 March, domestic

  1. Arizona: 1 case
  2. California: 43 cases (24 are from repatriation flights)
  3. Florida: 2 cases
  4. Georgia: 2 cases
  5. Illinois: 4 cases
  6. New York: 1 case
  7. Massachusetts: 1 case
  8. Oregon: 3 cases
  9. Rhode Island: 2 cases
  10. Texas: 11 cases (all from repatriation flights)
  11. Washington: 18 cases (King County, 14; Snohomish County, 4)
  12. Wisconsin: 1 case

02 March, global

  • Globally: 88,948 confirmed (1,804 new)
  • China: 80,174 confirmed (206 new); 2,915 deaths (42 new)
  • Outside of China: 8,774 confirmed (1,598 new) in 64 countries (6 new); 128 deaths (24 new)

WHO Situation report, 42

  • Global confirmed: 90,936
  • Total deaths: 3,117
  • Total recovered: 48,017

Johns Hopkins interactive dashboard

Written by Kathy E. Gill

Digital evangelist, speaker, writer, educator. Transplanted Southerner; teach newbies to ride motorcycles! @kegill

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