Number of COVID-19 cases, state by state

New York currently has the highest number of known COVID-19 cases in the U.S., followed by New Jersey, Massachusetts, Michigan and California. The nation has reported 557,590 COVID-19 cases as of 8:30 a.m. CDT April 13. 

Below is a breakdown of confirmed cases by state, as well as Washington, D.C., ordered from highest to lowest: 

1. New York: 190,288 confirmed COVID-19 cases

2. New Jersey: 61,850

3. Massachusetts: 25,475

4. Michigan: 24,244 

5. California: 23,311

6. Pennsylvania: 22,997

7. Illinois: 20,852

8. Louisiana: 20,595

9. Florida: 19,895

10. Texas: 13,886

11. Georgia: 12,550  

12.  Connecticut: 12,035

13. Washington: 10,530

14. Maryland: 8,225

15. Indiana: 7,928

16. Colorado: 7,307

17. Ohio: 6,604

18. Tennessee: 5,508

19. Virginia: 5,274

20. North Carolina: 4,602 

21. Missouri: 4,272 

22. Alabama: 3,611  

23. Arizona: 3,542  

24. Wisconsin: 3,341

25. South Carolina: 3,320

26. Nevada: 2,836

27. Mississippi: 2,781

28. Rhode Island: 2,665

29. Utah: 2,303

30. Kentucky: 2,018

31. Oklahoma: 1,970

32. Washington, D.C.: 1,875

33. Delaware: 1,625

34. Minnesota: 1,621

35. Iowa: 1,587

36. Oregon: 1,527

37. Idaho: 1,426

38. Kansas: 1,337

39. Arkansas: 1,280

40. New Mexico: 1,245

41. New Hampshire: 985

42. Nebraska: 814

43: South Dakota: 730

44. Vermont: 727

45. Maine: 633

46. West Virginia: 611

47. Hawaii: 499  

48. Montana: 387

49. North Dakota: 308

50. Alaska: 272

51. Wyoming: 270

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