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Overview of Cases

As of May 29 at 2:30 pm ET:

Global:

  • 5,878,701 confirmed cases (*Note – total has been adjusted downward since yesterday’s report)
  • 362,554 deaths (+ 5,021)

Domestic:

  • 1,731,035 confirmed cases (+ 22,309)
  • 102,201 deaths (+ 1,330)

U.S. States with Highest Number of Cases:

  • New York – 368,284 (+ 1,551)
  • New Jersey – 158,844 (+ 2,216)
  • Illinois – 115,833 (+ 1,527)
  • California – 104,109 (+ 2,272)
  • Massachusetts – 94,895 (+ 675)
  • Pennsylvania – 74,984 (+ 1,427)
  • Texas – 60,439 (+ 1,852)
  • Michigan – 56,014 (+ 406)
  • Florida – 54,497 (+ 1,212)
  • Maryland – 50,988 (+ 1,279)

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 countries
      • United Kingdom and Ireland
      • Brazil
  • 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.

Additional Information

Part D Plans and COVID-19 Treatment:

CMS recently updated Medicare COVID-19 guidance to allow Part D plans to waive costs for drugs with medically accepted indications to treat COVID-19, even if the waivers are inconsistent with the bid and plan benefit package.  The waiver is effective immediately and lasts for the duration of the public health emergency.  Part D plans are also permitted to waive cost-sharing for drugs that could treat COVID-19 when submitting 2021 bids, so long as the public health emergency remains in effect.  Although Part D sponsors are not required to waive cost sharing uniformly for all covered Part D drugs that are medically-indicated for COVID-19, sponsors that choose to implement this flexibility must waive cost sharing for all similarly situated plan enrollees uniformly, consistent with the uniformity requirements for qualified prescription drug coverage.

Openings by State

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

Montana

Expired April 26

  • Gyms
  • Houses of worship
  • Retail stores
  • Restaurants, bars, breweries, distilleries
  • Salons, barbershops, massage parlors
  • Museums, movie theaters

Alaska

Expired April 24

  • Gyms, pools
  • Restaurants, bars
  • Retails stores
  • Hair salons, nail salons, barbershops, etc.
  • Libraries, theaters, bowling alleys, museums

Nebraska

Did not issue stay-at-home order

  • Houses of worship
  • Salons, barbershops, tattoo parlors in some areas
  • Restaurants in some areas

Arizona

Expired May 15

  • Pools, gyms, spas
  • Restaurants
  • Retails stores
  • Barbershops, salons, etc.
  • Casinos

Nevada

Expired May 9

  • Golf courses, pickleball and tennis courts, state parks, gyms, pools, waterparks
  • Retail stores
  • Restaurants, bars
  • 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

Arkansas

Did not issue stay-at-home order

  • Campgrounds, gyms, pools
  • Restaurants, bars
  • Hair salons, barbershops, nail salons, etc.
  • Theaters, stadiums, museums, bowling alleys, casinos

New Hampshire

Expiring May 31

  • Golf courses, outdoor attractions
  • Retail stores
  • Restaurants for outdoor dining
  • Barbershops, hair salons

California

Regional reopening by county

  • Houses of worship
  • Manufacturing, warehouses, offices
  • Retail
  • Restaurants in some counties
  • Pet groomers, hair salons and barbershops in some counties

New Jersey

Expiring June 5

  • Golf courses, beaches, outdoor recreational businesses
  • Construction
  • Retail stores for curbside pickup

Colorado

Expired April 26

  • Campgrounds
  • Offices, manufacturing
  • Restaurants
  • Retail stores
  • Salons and personal services

New Mexico

Expiring May 31

  • State parks, golf courses, boating
  • Houses of worship
  • Offices at 25% capacity
  • Retail stores at 25% capacity
  • Restaurants for outdoor dining in most counties
  • Pet grooming and boarding, vet services

Connecticut

Expired May 20

  • Beaches
  • Offices
  • Retail stores, malls
  • Restaurants for outdoor dining
  • Museums, zoos

New York

Expiring May 28

  • Beaches
  • Construction, manufacturing in some areas, agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting in some regions
  • Retail stores for pick up in some regions, low risk businesses

Delaware

Expiring May 31

  • Beaches
  • Farmers markets
  • Retail stores by appointment
  • Hair salons

North Carolina

Expired May 22

  • Pools
  • Retails stores
  • Restaurants
  • Salons, barbershops, tattoo parlors

DC

Expired May 29

  • Dog parks, golf courses, tennis courts, parks
  • Retail stores for curbside pickup
  • Restaurants open for outdoor dining
  • Barbershops, hair salons
  • Libraries open to curbside pickup

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

Florida

Expired May 4

  • Beaches, trails, gyms
  • Houses of worship
  • Restaurants
  • Retail stores
  • Sporting venues without spectators

Ohio

Expired May 29

  • Campgrounds, gyms, pools, sports leagues
  • Manufacturing, construction, offices
  • Restaurants, bars
  • Retail stores
  • Salons, barbershops

Georgia

Expired April 30

  • Gyms
  • Hair salons, barbershops, etc.
  • Restaurants
  • Bowling alleys, theaters, private social clubs

Oklahoma

Did not issue-stay-at-home order

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

Hawaii

Expiring May 31

  • Beaches, piers, docks, state parks, pools in some areas
  • Construction in some areas
  • Houses of worship
  • Retail stores
  • Pet groomers, salons and barbershops in some areas

Oregon

Partial reopening began May 15

  • Some state parks, outdoor recreation facilities, gyms in some counties
  • Retail stores
  • Restaurant dining in some counties
  • Salons, barbershops in some counties

Idaho

Expired April 30

  • Gyms
  • Houses of worship
  • Hair salons
  • Restaurants

Pennsylvania

Expiring June 4

  • Golf courses, marinas, guided fishing trips, privately owned campgrounds
  • Retail stores in some counties
  • Restaurants and bars in some counties
  • Hair salons, barbershops, spas in some counties
  • Casinos, theaters, malls in some counties

Illinois

Expired May 29

  • State parks, limited fishing, boating, golf courses, gyms
  • Retail stores for curbside pickup
  • Pet grooming, hair salons, barbershops, nail salons, waxing centers, tattoo parlors
  • Restaurants open for outdoor dining
  • Manufacturing, offices

Rhode Island

Expired May 8

  • State parks
  • Offices
  • Retail stores
  • Restaurants for outdoor dining
  • Hair salons, barbershops

Indiana

Expired May 4

  • Gyms in most counties, pools, tennis and basketball courts in most counties, campgrounds in most counties
  • House of worship
  • Manufacturing, offices
  • Restaurants
  • Retails stores
  • Spas, salons, barbershops, tattoo parlors
  • Libraries, movie theaters in most counties

South Carolina

Expired May 4

  • Beaches, piers, docks, gyms, pools
  • Retail stores
  • Restaurants
  • Salons, barbershops, tattoo parlors

Iowa

Did not issue stay-at-home order

  • Campgrounds, gyms, pools
  • Houses of worship
  • Medical spas, tanning salons, salons, barbershops, tattoo parlors
  • Restaurants, bars
  • Retail stores, malls
  • Libraries, movie theaters, museums, zoos, aquariums

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
  • Houses of worship
  • Offices
  • Retail stores
  • Restaurants
  • Salons, barbershops, tattoo parlors
  • Theaters, museums, bowling alleys

Tennessee

Expired April 30

  • State parks, gyms in most counties
  • Retail stores in most counties
  • Restaurants in most counties
  • Salons, barbershops in most counties
  • Theaters, museums, amusement parks

Kentucky

Partial reopening began May 20

  • Houses of worship
  • Manufacturing, construction, offices
  • Pet grooming and boarding, salons, barbershops, tattoo parlors
  • Retail stores
  • Restaurants

Texas

April 30

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

Louisiana

Expired May 15

  • Gyms, state parks
  • Houses of worship
  • Malls
  • Restaurants, bars with food licenses
  • Salons, barbershops
  • Movie theaters, some museums, zoos and aquariums, casinos

Utah

Did not issue -stay-at-home order

  • Gyms
  • Restaurants
  • Salons, personal care business

Maine

Expiring May 31

  • State parks, boating, golf courses, remote campgrounds, private campgrounds, hunting, fishing, RV parks
  • Retail stores in most counties
  • Restaurants in most counties
  • Hair salons, barbershops, pet groomers

Vermont

Expired May 15

  • State parks, golf courses, trails
  • Manufacturing, construction, distribution
  • Retail Stores

Maryland

Expired May 15

  • Golf courses, outdoor shooting ranges, marinas, campgrounds, beaches, outdoor pools, day camps
  • Houses of worship
  • Manufacturing
  • Retail stores
  • Hair salons, barbershops

Virginia

Expiring June 10

  • Campgrounds, beaches
  • Houses of worship
  • Restaurants and bars for outdoor dining
  • Retail stores
  • Salons, barbershops

Massachusetts

Expired May 18

  • Golf courses, beaches, parks, fishing, hunting, boating
  • Houses of worship
  • Construction, manufacturing, offices
  • Retail for curbside pickup
  • Hair salons, barbershops, pet grooming

Washington

Partial reopening began May 11

  • State parks, fishing, hunting, golf courses
  • Houses of worship
  • Construction
  • Retails stores for curbside pickup
  • Restaurants in some counties
  • Pet grooming

Michigan

Expiring June 12

  • Golf courses, marines
  • Construction, real estate, manufacturing, offices in some counties
  • Retail by appointment
  • Restaurants and bars in some counties
  • Veterinary services

West Virginia

Expired May 3

  • Gyms, recreation centers, state parks, campgrounds, museums, zoos
  • Retail stores, malls
  • Restaurants, bars
  • Salons, barbershops, pet groomers, tanning salons

Minnesota

Expired May 17

  • Houses of worship
  • Manufacturing, offices
  • Retails stores, malls

Wisconsin

Order struck down by the state Supreme Court on May 13

  • Golf courses, state parks
  • retail
  • Pet groomers for curbside drop off

Mississippi

Expired April 27

  • State parks, gyms
  • Retail stores
  • Salons, barbershops, tattoo parlors
  • Restaurants, bars
  • Casinos

Wyoming

Did not issue stay-at-home order

  • Gyms, state parks
  • Restaurants
  • Hair salons, barbershops, tattoo parlors, massage therapy
  • Movie theaters, entertainment venues

Missouri

Expired May 3

  • Gyms, campgrounds
  • Restaurants
  • Retail stores
  • Salons, barbershops, tattoo parlors
  • Movie theaters, music venues