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Overview of Cases

As of April 3 at 12:00 pm ET:

Global:

  • 1,041,126 confirmed cases (+ 75,880)
  • 49,180 deaths (+ 5,952)

Domestic:

  • 245,658 confirmed cases (+ 28,395)
  • 6,069 deaths (+ 921)

U.S. States with Highest Number of Cases:

  • New York – 92,743 (+ 8,697)
  • New Jersey – 25,590 (+ 3,335)
  • California – 11,126 (+ 1,189)
  • Michigan – 10,791 (+ 1,476)
  • Louisiana – 9,159 (+ 2,735)
  • Florida – 9,008 (+ 1,235)
  • Massachusetts – 8,966 (+ 1,228)
  • Illinois – 7,697 (+ 717)
  • Pennsylvania – 7,345 (+ 2,351)
  • Washington State – 6,595 (+ 611)

Travel Alerts

The CDC issues travel notices based on an assessment of the potential risks associated with traveling to a particular region. The current travel notices are as follows:

Global:

  • Level 3 Travel Health Notice: Widespread sustained (ongoing) transmission and restrictions on entry to the United States
    • CDC recommends that travelers avoid all nonessential travel to the following destinations. Most foreign nationals who have been in one of these countries during the previous 14 days will not be allowed to enter the U.S.:
      • China
      • Iran
      • Most European countriesCDC recommends that travelers avoid all nonessential travel to specified countries in Europe. The list of the 29 countries can be viewed here.
      • United Kingdom and Ireland
  • Level 3 Travel Health Notice: Widespread ongoing transmission without restrictions on entry to the United States
    • The CDC now recommends that travelers avoid all nonessential travel to ALL global destinations. The global pandemic notice can be viewed here.

Domestic:

The CDC has issued a domestic travel advisory for Connecticut, New Jersey and New York. The CDC is urging residents of the three states to refrain from non-essential domestic travel for 14 days effective immediately. The travel advisory does not apply to employees of critical infrastructure industries, including but not limited to trucking, public health professionals, financial services, and food supply.

 

States with Stay-at-Home Orders

*Stay-at-home orders are subject to reevaluation/extension

State

Order in Place Until

State

Order in Place Until

Alaska

April 11

Minnesota

April 10

Arizona

April 30

Mississippi

April 20

California

Until further notice

Montana

April 10

Colorado

April 11

Nevada

April 30

Connecticut

April 22

New Hampshire

May 4

Delaware

May 15

New Jersey

Until further notice

DC

April 24

New Mexico

Until further notice

Florida

May 2

New York

April 15

Georgia

April 13

North Carolina

April 29

Hawaii

April 30

Ohio

April 6

Idaho

April 15

Oregon

Until further notice

Illinois

April 7

Rhode Island

April 13

Indiana

April 6

Pennsylvania

April 30

Kansas

April 19

Tennessee

April 14

Kentucky

Until further notice

Vermont

April 15

Louisiana

April 12

Virginia

June 10

Maine

April 30

Washington

April 6

Maryland

Until further notice

West Virginia

Until further notice

Massachusetts

April 7

Wisconsin

April 24

Michigan

April 14

 

Additional Updates

Given concerns with asymptomatic carriers spreading the virus, the White House is expected to recommend that individuals wear cloth face masks in public, even if they are not sick. Health experts—including the CDC, and Dr. Anthony Fauci from NIH—maintain that social distancing and hand-washing are the most effective measures for preventing the spread of the virus, and that face masks should only be used to supplement these preventions, not act as a substitute.