The map displays the daily average COVID-19 cases per 100K people, along with a 14-day trend in the specific county. The data table shows all key metrics — new tests, confirmed cases, deaths, currently hospitalized, and total test results — for the United States from January 13, 2020, until today (November 11, 2020).
For the second consecutive day, the United States has set a grim all-time record for the number of patients hospitalized due to COVID-19 — according to The COVID Tracking Project. The country now has 10,377,166 confirmed cases and 233,647 reported deaths. Several states have been breaking daily case records. Utah, Kentucky, and New Mexico all broke grim records for coronavirus cases on Wednesday. Kentucky reported its highest daily total of 2,700 new cases, according to a news release from Governor Andy Beshear’s office. New Mexico reported exactly 1,500 new COVID-19 cases Wednesday, a new record for the state. It comes three days after the previous record of 1,418 was set, and brings the total number of cases to 59,034, according to the state Department of Health. Utah hit a slightly different record high of 2,583.6 over a 7-day average for COVID-19 cases, and a record test positivity percentage of 22.55%, its data dashboard shows. West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Illinois also reported record rises in cases today. Texas became the first US state to surpass 1 million cases, reporting more than 10,000 new COVID-19 cases for the second day in a row.