Friday, May 1, 2020

Over 6.2 Million Americans Have Been Tested for Covid-19

UPDATE 5-2-2020 10am - The CDC reports another 300,000+ Covid-19 tests were conducted in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of Americans tested for the coronavirus to
6,551,810

5-1-2020 - Americans are being tested for the coronavirus. According to the latest updates by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC),  6,231,182 people have been tested for Covid-19 in the United States so far, with over 200,000 new tests being given daily. Only about 17% of people tested have the coronavirus, with 1,070,032 tests being positive.

Number of Tests by State (Top 15)

New York:  900,636
California: 625,337
Florida:  382,405
Texas:  314,790
Massachusetts:  275,647
Illinois:  269,867
New Jersey:  247,918
Pennsylvania:  221,365
Washington:  187,800
Michigan:  180,267
Tennessee:  168,549
Louisiana:  161,309
Georgia:  149,044
Ohio:  133,890
North Carolina:  128,036see
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