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Overview of Cases

Information in bold is updated from the previous report on Thursday, August 6.

As of August 7 at 3:30 pm ET:

 

Global:

  • 19,189,737 confirmed cases (+ 291,880)
  • 716,400 deaths (+ 6,264)

 

Domestic:

  • 4,904,474 confirmed cases (+ 49,784)
  • 160,437 deaths (+ 1,004)

 

U.S. States with Highest Number of Cases:

 

  1. California – 541,695 (+ 8,564)
  2. Florida – 510,398*
  3. Texas – 484,865 (+ 7,338)
  4. New York – 419,642 (+ 714)
  5. Georgia – 208,983 (+ 7,278)**
  6. Illinois – 191,808 (+ 2,121)
  7. Arizona – 185,053 (+ 1,397)
  8. New Jersey – 184,061 (+ 360)
  9. North Carolina – 133,337 (+ 1,535)
  10. Louisiana – 128,746 (+ 1,500)

 

*Case totals not updated since yesterday’s report

**Case increase based on total from 8/5

 

Additional Information

 

Executive Order on Drug Purchasing:

 

On Thursday, August 5, President Trump signed an executive order requiring the federal government to purchase “essential medicines” and certain medical supplies from U.S. manufacturing plants.  Under the order, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) must draft a list of medications, drug ingredients and medical devices that must be purchased from U.S. facilities.  The order does not apply if the medications or supplies are not currently produced in the U.S. in sufficient and reasonably available commercial quantities and of a satisfactory quality, or if the policy would increase the cost of procurement by more than 25%.

 

The executive order can be viewed here: https://www.whitehouse.gov/presidential-actions/executive-order-ensuring-essential-medicines-medical-countermeasures-critical-inputs-made-united-states/
 

HHS and DoD Partner with Johnson & Johnson on COVID-19 Vaccine Project:

 

On Thursday, August 5, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (“HHS”) and the Department of Defense (“DoD”) announced an agreement with the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson to implement a demonstration project for large-scale manufacturing and delivery of the company’s COVID-19 vaccine candidate.  The approximately $1 billion investment is intended to support the company’s vaccine candidate through manufacturing, and will result in the federal government owning the resulting 100 million doses of the vaccine. 

 

The vaccine doses could be used in clinical trials or distributed as part of a COVID-19 vaccination campaign if the FDA authorizes its use.  The project includes fill-finish manufacturing in U.S. based facilities, which will help ensure vaccine doses are packaged and available to ship immediately, subject to the success of clinical trials and FDA authorization.

Openings by State

Note: Strikethrough indicates that a restriction has been re-imposed after a previous reopening. 

STATE

STAY-AT-HOME

REOPENED

STATE

STAY-AT-HOME

REOPENED

Alabama

Expired April 30

 

  • Beaches, gyms
  • Retail stores
  • Restaurants, bars and breweries
  • Salons
  • Entertainment venues
  • Houses of worship

Montana

Expired April 26

  • Gyms
  • Houses of worship
  • Retail stores
  • Restaurants, bars, breweries, distilleries
  • Salons, barbershops, massage parlors
  • Museums, movie theaters, concert venues, bowling alleys, casinos

Alaska

Expired April 24

  • Gyms, pools
  • Restaurants, bars
  • Retail stores
  • Hair salons, nail salons, barbershops
  • Libraries, theaters, bowling alleys, museums
  • Houses of worship

Nebraska

Did not issue stay-at-home order

  • Pools, gyms
  • Houses of worship
  • Salons, barbershops, tattoo parlors
  • Retail stores
  • Restaurants, bars
  • Zoos, movie theaters, libraries, venues

Arizona

Expired May 15

  • Pools, gyms
  • Restaurants, bars
  • Retail stores
  • Barbershops, salons, spas
  • Casinos, movie theaters, waterparks

Nevada

Expired May 9

  • Golf courses, pickleball and tennis courts, state parks, gyms, pools
  • Retail stores, malls
  • Restaurants, bars in some counties
  • Barbershops, hair salons, nail salons, cosmetology and skin services, massage therapy, tattoo and piercing shops
  • Houses of worship
  • Museums, art galleries, zoos, aquariums, movie theaters, bowling alleys, outdoor attractions, gaming, waterparks

Arkansas

Did not issue stay-at-home order

  • Campgrounds, gyms, pools
  • Restaurants, bars
  • Hair salons, barbershops, nail salons
  • Theaters, stadiums, museums, bowling alleys, casinos, large venues
  • Houses of worship
  • Retail stores

New Hampshire

Expired May 31

  • Golf courses, outdoor attractions, beaches, gyms, pools
  • Retail stores
  • Restaurants
  • Barbershops, hair salons, nail salons, tanning salons, tattoo shops, acupuncturists, massage therapists
  • Houses of worship
  • Libraries, museums, art galleries, bowling alleys, entertainment centers, movie theaters, amusement parks, live performances

California

Regional reopening by county

  • Gyms in some counties
  • Houses of worship
  • Manufacturing, warehouses, offices, movie, tv and music production
  • Retail stores
  • Restaurants in some counties, bars in some counties
  • Pet groomers, hair salons and barbershops in some counties; nail salons, cosmetology services, tattoo parlors, and piercing shops in some counties
  • Casinos in some counties, museums, galleries, zoos in some counties, aquariums in some counties, bowling alleys, arcades, mini golf, and theaters in some counties

New Jersey

Expired June 9

  • Golf courses, beaches, campgrounds, pools, playgrounds, gyms for personal training
  • Construction
  • Retail stores, malls
  • Outdoor dining at restaurants
  • Hair salons, barbershops, nail salons, tattoo parlors, spas, massage therapy, tanning salons
  • Houses of worship
  • Casinos, waterparks, amusement parks, museums, libraries, aquariums, bowling alleys, batting cages, shooting ranges

Colorado

Expired April 26

  • Campgrounds, pools, playgrounds, gyms
  • Offices, manufacturing
  • Restaurants, bars
  • Retail stores
  • Salons and personal services
  • Museums, indoor and outdoor events, fairs, rodeos, concerts, libraries, casinos

New Mexico

Expired May 31

  • State parks, golf courses, boating, gyms, pools
  • Houses of worship
  • Offices
  • Retail stores, malls
  • Restaurants, outdoor service at breweries, bars
  • Pet grooming and boarding, vet services, hair salons, nail salons, barbershops, tattoo parlors, massage parlors, nail salons
  • Casinos, theaters

Connecticut

Expired May 20

  • Beaches, gyms, state campgrounds
  • Offices
  • Retail stores, malls
  • Restaurants
  • Hair salons, barbershops, nail salons, tattoo parlors, spas
  • Museums, zoos, casinos, movie theaters, libraries, amusement parks, bowling alleys
  • Houses of worship

New York

Expired May 28

  • Beaches, fishing, hunting, public pools, playgrounds, botanical gardens, nature parks
  • Construction, manufacturing, offices, film, TV production
  • Houses of worship
  • Retail stores, malls in some regions
  • Hair salons, barbershops; nail salons, tattoo parlors massage  parlors
  • Outdoor dining in some regions, indoor dining in some regions
  • Outdoor zoos; museums and aquariums in some regions

Delaware

Expired May 31

  • Beaches, pools, gyms, campgrounds
  • Farmers markets, restaurants, bars in some areas
  • Retail stores, malls
  • Houses of worship
  • Hair salons, barbershops, tanning salons, nail salons, tattoo parlors, massage therapy
  • Museums, libraries, galleries, live performances, casinos

North Carolina

Expired May 22

  • Pools
  • Retails stores
  • Restaurants
  • Salons, barbershops, tattoo parlors
  • Houses of worship

DC

Expired May 29

  • Dog parks, golf courses, tennis courts, parks, gyms, pools
  • Retail stores
  • Restaurants
  • Barbershops, hair salons, nail salons, waxing salons, spas
  • Museums, libraries
  • Houses of worship

North Dakota

Did not issue stay-at-home order

  • Gyms, sports venues
  • Restaurants, bars
  • Salons, tattoo parlors, massage therapy
  • Movie theaters, music and entertainment venues
  • Retail stores
  • Houses of worship

Florida

Expired May 4

  • Beaches, trails, gyms
  • Houses of worship
  • Restaurants, bars in most counties
  • Retail stores
  • Tattoo parlors, massage therapy, tanning salons, acupuncture in most counties
  • Sporting venues without spectators, movie theaters, concert halls, bowling alleys in most counties

Ohio

Expired May 29

  • Campgrounds, gyms, pools, sports leagues, playgrounds, country clubs
  • Manufacturing, distribution, construction, offices
  • Restaurants, bars
  • Retail stores
  • Salons, barbershops
  • Houses of worship
  • Bowling alleys, miniature golf, batting cages, skating rinks, aquariums, zoos, movie theaters, museums, art galleries, casinos, racinos, amusement parks, waterparks

Georgia

Expired April 30

  • Gyms
  • Hair salons, barbershops
  • Restaurants, bars
  • Bowling alleys, theaters, private social clubs, nightclubs, large venues
  • Houses of worship
  • Retail stores

Oklahoma

Did not issue-stay-at-home order

  • State parks, gyms
  • Houses of worship
  • Offices
  • Restaurants, bars
  • Retail stores
  • Salons, barbershops, spas, pet groomers, tattoo parlors
  • Movie theaters, sports venues, museums, nightclubs, zoos

Hawaii

Expired May 31

  • Beaches, piers, docks, state parks, pools and waterparks in some areas, gyms, campgrounds in some areas
  • Construction in some areas, offices in some areas
  • Houses of worship
  • Retail stores
  • Pet groomers, salons and barbershops, nail salons in some areas, tattoo parlors in some areas
  • Restaurants, bars
  • Arcades, bowling alleys, and theaters in some areas

Oregon

Partial reopening began May 15

  • Some state parks, gyms, pools in most counties
  • Retail stores
  • Restaurants, bars
  • Salons, barbershops
  • Offices in most counties
  • Movie theaters, bowling alleys in most counties
  • Houses of worship

Idaho

Expired April 30

  • Gyms, pools
  • Houses of worship
  • Hair salons
  • Restaurants, bars
  • Movie theaters, nightclubs, large venues, waterparks
  • Retail stores

Pennsylvania

Expired June 4

  • Golf courses, marinas, private campgrounds, beaches, state parks, public pools, gyms
  • Retail stores, malls
  • Restaurants, bars
  • Hair salons, barbershops, spas
  • Casinos, theaters
  • Houses of worship

Illinois

Expired May 29

  • State parks, limited fishing, boating, golf courses, gyms
  • Retail stores
  • Pet grooming, hair salons, barbershops, nail salons, waxing centers, tattoo parlors, spas
  • Restaurants
  • Manufacturing, offices
  • Houses of worship
  • Museums, zoos, theaters

Rhode Island

Expired May 8

  • State parks, beaches, gyms, campgrounds
  • Offices
  • Retail stores, malls
  • Restaurants
  • Hair salons, barbershops, massage parlors, tattoo shops, nail salons
  • Houses of worship
  • Casinos

Indiana

Expired May 4

  • Gyms, pools, tennis and basketball courts, campgrounds
  • House of worship
  • Manufacturing, offices
  • Restaurants, bars
  • Retail stores
  • Spas, salons, barbershops, tattoo parlors
  • Libraries, museums, movie theaters, zoos, aquariums, venues, bowling alleys, amusement parks, waterparks, nightclubs; conventions, fairs and parades in most counties

South Carolina

Expired May 4

  • Beaches, piers, docks, gyms, pools
  • Retail stores
  • Restaurants, bars
  • Salons, barbershops, tattoo parlors
  • Museums, zoos, aquariums, amusement parks, waterparks
  • Houses of worship

Iowa

Did not issue stay-at-home order

  • Campgrounds, gyms, pools, playgrounds, skating rinks, skate parks
  • Houses of worship
  • Medical spas, tanning salons, salons, barbershops, tattoo parlors
  • Restaurants, bars
  • Retail stores, malls
  • Libraries, movie theaters, museums, zoos, aquariums, casinos, outdoor and indoor venues, bowling alleys, amusement parks

South Dakota

Did not issue stay-at-home order

  • Governor issued  a “back to normal” with guidelines for businesses to reopen if the surrounding area had seen a downward trend in cases for 14 days. 

Kansas

Expired May 3

  • Gyms, community centers, sports facilities, pools
  • Houses of worship
  • Offices
  • Retail stores
  • Restaurants, bars
  • Salons, barbershops, tattoo parlors
  • Theaters, museums, bowling alleys, nightclubs, casinos

Tennessee

Expired April 30

  • State parks, gyms
  • Retail stores
  • Restaurants
  • Salons, barbershops
  • Theaters, museums, amusement parks
  • Houses of worship

Kentucky

Partial reopening began May 20

  • Houses of worship
  • Manufacturing, construction, offices
  • Pet grooming and boarding, salons, barbershops, tattoo parlors
  • Retail stores
  • Restaurants, distilleries, bars
  • Gyms, aquatic centers, campgrounds, public pools
  • Movie theaters, bowling alleys, museums, aquariums, libraries, outdoor attractions, venues and event spaces

Texas

April 30

  • State parks, pools, gyms, natural caverns
  • Offices, manufacturing
  • Retail stores, malls
  • Restaurants, bars
  • Salons, barbershops, massage, personal care
  • Movie theaters, museums, libraries, bowling alleys, bingo halls, skating rinks, rodeos, aquariums, zoos, waterparks, amusement parks, carnivals

Louisiana

Expired May 15

  • Gyms, state parks, pools
  • Houses of worship
  • Malls
  • Restaurants, bars
  • Salons, barbershops, spas, tattoo parlors
  • Movie theaters, some museums, some zoos and aquariums, casinos, event centers, bowling alleys, skating rinks

Utah

Did not issue -stay-at-home order

  • Gyms, pools
  • Restaurants
  • Salons, personal care business
  • Houses of worship
  • Retail stores
  • Movie theaters, museums, libraries, concerts

Maine

Expired May 31

  • State parks, boating, golf courses, remote and private campgrounds, hunting, fishing, RV parks, gyms
  • Retail stores
  • Restaurants, bars for outdoor service
  • Hair salons, barbershops, pet groomers, nail salons, tattoo parlors, spas, massage parlors
  • Houses of worship
  • Amusement parks, waterparks, bowling alleys, arcades, movie theaters, performing arts venues, casinos

Vermont

Expired May 15

  • State parks, golf courses, trails, campgrounds, gyms, fitness centers
  • Manufacturing, construction, distribution
  • Houses of worship
  • Retail Stores
  • Restaurants
  • Hair salons, barbershops, nail salons, spas, tattoo parlors
  • Museums, theaters, libraries

Maryland

Expired May 15

  • Golf courses, outdoor shooting ranges, marinas, campgrounds, beaches, outdoor pools, day camps, outdoor amusements, gyms
  • Houses of worship
  • Manufacturing, construction, offices
  • Retail stores, malls
  • Hair salons, barbershops, nail salons, massage parlors, tanning salons, tattoo parlors
  • Restaurants, outdoor service at breweries, wineries, and distilleries, bars
  • Casinos

Virginia

Partial reopening began on May 9

  • Campgrounds, beaches, gyms, pools
  • Houses of worship
  • Restaurants, bars
  • Retail stores
  • Salons, barbershops
  • Museums, zoos, aquariums, outdoor concerts

Massachusetts

Expired May 18

  • Golf courses, beaches, parks, fishing, hunting, boating, gyms
  • Houses of worship
  • Construction, manufacturing, offices, hotels, lodging
  • Restaurants
  • Retail stores
  • Hair salons, barbershops, pet grooming, nail salons, massage parlors, tanning salons
  • Bowling alleys, museums, aquariums, theaters, performance venues, movie theaters, casinos

Washington

Partial reopening began May 11

  • State parks, fishing, hunting, golf courses, gyms in most counties
  • Houses of worship
  • Construction
  • Retail stores
  • Restaurants in most counties
  • Hair salons, barbershops, tattoo parlors, pet grooming
  • Casinos

Michigan

Expired June 1

  • Golf courses, marinas, pools, gyms in some areas
  • Construction, real estate, manufacturing, offices
  • Retail stores
  • Restaurants, bars for outdoor service, bars for indoor service in some counties
  • Hair salons, barbershops, nail salons, tattoo parlors, pet groomers
  • Arcades, bowling alleys, theaters, nightclubs, and convention centers in some areas
  • Houses of worship

West Virginia

Expired May 3

  • Gyms, recreation centers, state parks, campgrounds, pools
  • Retail stores, malls
  • Restaurants, bars
  • Salons, barbershops, pet groomers, tanning salons, massage parlors, spas
  • Bowling alleys, pool halls, roller rinks, museums, zoos, casinos, movie theaters, amusement parks, fairs, festivals
  • Houses of worship

Minnesota

Expired May 17

  • Houses of worship
  • Manufacturing, offices
  • Retails stores, malls
  • Restaurants, bars
  • Salons, barbershops, tattoo parlors
  • Campgrounds, gyms
  • Theaters, concert halls, bowling alleys, arcades, museums

Wisconsin

Order struck down by the state Supreme Court on May 13

  • Golf courses, state parks, gyms
  • Retail stores
  • Pet groomers for curbside drop off
  • Houses of worship
  • Hair salons, barbershops, spas
  • Restaurants, bars

Mississippi

Expired April 27

  • State parks, gyms
  • Retail stores
  • Salons, barbershops, tattoo parlors
  • Restaurants, bars
  • Casinos, movie theaters, libraries, museums
  • Houses of worship

Wyoming

Did not issue stay-at-home order

  • Gyms, state parks
  • Restaurants, bars
  • Retail stores
  • Hair salons, barbershops, tattoo parlors, massage therapy
  • Movie theaters, entertainment venues
  • Houses of worship

Missouri

Expired May 3

  • Gyms, campgrounds
  • Restaurants
  • Retail stores
  • Salons, barbershops, tattoo parlors
  • Movie theaters, music venues, casinos
  • Houses of worship