Confirmed UK variant cases, by state

The CDC has confirmed 315 cases of the U.K. coronavirus variant, known as B.1.1.7, in 28 states as of Jan. 27. 

Here is a breakdown of known cases by state:

Note: The identified cases are based on results from positive test samples and may not represent the total number of U.K. variant cases in the U.S.

Florida — 92 cases

California — 92 

New York — 22

Michigan — 17

Georgia — 14

Illinois — 9

Colorado — 9

Minnesota — 8

Connecticut — 8

Texas — 7

Pennsylvania — 5

Indiana — 4

Maryland — 4

Massachusetts — 3

Washington — 3

Kentucky — 2

New Jersey — 2

New Mexico — 2

Tennessee — 2

Wyoming — 2

Alaska — 1

Louisiana — 1

Nevada — 1

North Carolina — 1

Oregon — 1

Utah — 1

Virginia — 1

Wisconsin — 1

Editor's note: This article was updated Jan. 28 at 8:45 a.m. CST. 

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