State-by-state breakdown of US coronavirus deaths

COVID-19 has killed 473 people across 33 U.S. states as of March 23 at 9:34 a.m. CDT, according to the online reporting dashboard from Baltimore-based Johns Hopkins University. 

Here is a breakdown of deaths by state and territory:

New York —153

Washington state — 95

California — 35

Georgia — 25

New Jersey — 21

Louisiana — 20

Florida — 13 

Michigan — 10

Illinois — 9

Connecticut — 8

Texas — 8

Colorado — 7

Indiana — 7

Virginia — 6

Massachusetts — 5

Oregon — 5

Pennsylvania — 5

Wisconsin — 4

Kentucky — 3

Maryland — 3

Missouri — 3

Ohio — 3

South Carolina — 3

Arizona — 2

Kansas — 2

Nevada — 2

Oklahoma — 2

Puerto Rico - 2

Tennessee — 2

Vermont — 2

Washington, D.C. — 2

Guam — 1

Grand Princess (cruise ship on California's coast) — 1

Minnesota — 1

Mississippi — 1

South Dakota — 1

Utah — 1

Editor's note: This article is being updated daily to reflect the most recent death count available.

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