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Last updated: April 02, 2020, 14:48 GMT

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April 2 (GMT)

April 1 (GMT)

  • alert 26473 new cases and 1049 new deaths in the United States
    "Our country is in the midst of a great national trial, unlike any we have ever faced before. [...] We’re at war with a deadly virus. Success in this fight will require the full absolute measure of our collective strength, love, and devotion. It’s very important. Each of us has the power through our own choices and actions to save American lives and rescue the most vulnerable among us" President Trump said [video] [transcript]

    "Following the guidelines for the next 30 days is a matter of life and death

    “This is going to be one of the roughest 2 or 3 weeks we’ve ever had in our country [...] We’re going to lose thousands of people.”

    • Projections: 100,000 - 240,000 total deaths in the US from COVID-19 [video segment] (down from 1.5 - 2.2 million deaths without mitigation: social distancing, staying home, washing hands). But if guidelines are followed perfectly by everyone, then the numbers can be lower, or even significantly lower
    • Assuming full mitigation: peak of 2,214 daily deaths on April 15
    Death of a 6-week-old newborn in Connecticut, in the Hartford area [source]  
    "This is a virus that attacks our most fragile without mercy. This also stresses the importance of staying home and limiting exposure to other people. Your life and the lives of others could literally depend on it” Governor Lamont said [source]


March 31 (GMT)

NOTE: Washington State has not reported due to technical problems ("We are experiencing technical difficulties with our COVID-19 data repository") [source] [source] King County Public Health also affected, according to their website [source] Worldometer is updating 03/31 with partial data from the counties that have reported and will adjust Washington State numbers for 03/31 when the reporting will be complete

March 30 (GMT)

Due to delayed and incomplete reporting from New York State, we had to make adjustments to yesterday's totals in order to maintain the correct attribution of historical figures. US figures for Sunday, March 29 could still be incomplete.

March 29 (GMT)

  • 19913 new cases and 363 new deaths in the United States

    Among the deaths: a 42-year-old woman in Arkansas with no pre-existing health condition (and who had never been hospitalized before, according to her sister) who felt "a little sick" on March 15 and thought it to be a cold or a sinus infection. After developing shortness of breath and cough that wouldn't go away, she was admitted to the hospital on March 24 and tested positive to Covid-19. She was put on a ventilator in ICU and, after 4 days (on Saturday, March 28), she died. [source]

West Virginia had retracted its report of 1 death in the state. We have updated our data accordingly [source]

March 28 (GMT)

  • 19452 new cases and 525 new deaths in the United States
    New York Governor Cuomo Daily Briefing:

    • Everything we do now (procure ventilators etc) is in preparation for possible apex (when curve hits the highest point)
    • Apex in New York is estimated in 14-21 days from now
    • We'll keep COVID-19 patients separated from the other patients in hospitals
    • We can now test for antibodies to determine whether a person had COVID-19. This is a blood test
    • 172 new ICU admission in the last day, vs. 374  in the preceding day, may indicate a decline in the growth rate
    • 155,934 people tested in New York State
    • We need a faster testing process. Can't wait 5 days as it is now. Other countries now also have home tests. We should do the same

March 27 (GMT)

  • alert 18691 new cases and 400 new deaths in the United States

    NEW YORK (from New York Governor Cuomo daily briefing):

    • Apex of hospital need could be in 21 days from now in New York
    • All hospitals need to increase capacity by 50%, some by 100%
    • Need a total of 140,000 hospital beds. Currently have 53,000 (an additional 87,000 hospital beds are needed)
    • Need a total of 40,000 ICU beds. Currently have 3,000, with 3,000 ventilators. An additional 37,000 ICU beds are needed
    • Will use college dormitories, hotels, nursing homes, and all possible space by converting it to hospitals if needed in April
    • 138,376 people have been tested
    • Schools will stay closed for an additional 2 weeks after April 1, to then reassess the situation and extend again if needed. 180 days requirement has been waived
    • "This is not going to be a short deployment [...] This is going to be weeks, and weeks, and weeks [...] This is a rescue mission you are on, to save lives. [...] You are living a moment in history that will change and forge character"


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