State governments are working to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus in the US, as federal officials say more testing for the illness will likely see the number of known cases continue to increase.
There were at least 521 cases and 21 deaths in the United States across 33 states and the District of Columbia as of Sunday evening. That national figure includes 451 people diagnosedthrough the US public health system and 70 people repatriated to the US — 46 from the Diamond Princess cruise ship, 21 on the Grand Princess cruise ship and three from China.
Here are the reported cases and CNN’s latest reporting from each state, not including those who were repatriated.
Two more residents of Pinal County have tested positive for coronavirus, the Arizona Department of Public Health said March 7. The patients live in the same household as another person who previously tested positive.
The state’s third patient, a woman in her 40s from Pinal County, has been hospitalized in Maricopa County, said Dr. Cara Christ, the state’s health services director, at a March 6 news conference provided to CNN by affiliate KPHO/ KTVK
One patient with coronavirus “has recovered and is no longer infected with the disease,” she said March 2.
California: 87 (including 1 death)
Six new cases were confirmed March 7in San Francisco, bringing the total for the city to eight, according to Dr. Susan Philip of the San Francisco Department of Public Health.
One case was confirmed in a Madera County couple who had recently returned from a Princess Cruise, county health officials said in a March 7 news release. Both spouses remained isolated at home, and one developed symptoms. They went to Madera Community Hospital, where they avoided public areas, officials said.
Three infected patients were in Contra Costa County, including two people who had sailed previously on the Grand Princess ship, county health services officials announced March 6. The third patient had close contact with a patient in another jurisdiction.
The state reported its first death March 4: a Placer County resident who officials said probably contracted the virus on a Grand Princess cruise between February 11 to 21 from San Francisco to Mexico.
Douglas County authorities announced two cases on March 6, an adult who returned from a trip to Italy and a student who returned from the Philippines. Denver health officials said on March 6 that two residents had tested positive.
The state Department of Public Health on March 8 confirmed its first case of the illness. Twenty-nine patients have tested negative for the virus, while eight other patients’ results are still pending, a news release said.
District of Columbia: 1
The first presumptive positive coronavirus case has appeared in Washington, DC, according to a March 7 news release from the office of the mayor.
Florida: 12 (including 2 deaths)
Florida identified three new presumptive positive cases on March 7, according to the Florida Department of Health. The new cases are in Manatee, Okaloosa and Volusia counties, the department said. All three patients were in isolation and the Okaloosa and Volusia patients have a recent history of travel, the department said.
Two people have died, marking the first deaths outside California and Washington state, the state Department of Health said in a March 6 news release.
Both who died recently had taken international trips, officials said. They were a person in their 70s in Lee County and someone in Santa Rosa County.
Four more cases were confirmed on March 7, according to the Georgia Department of Public Health. All four cases are in the metro Atlanta area. Two of the cases involved travel to Italy and the source of exposure is unknown in the other two cases, the department said.
The state’s third case was a 46-year-old Polk County woman who tested positive on March 5, the health department said. The woman had arrived with symptoms at a Rome, Georgia, hospital on February 29, but was treated and released without being tested for coronavirus because she didn’t meet testing criteria at the time, the department said. She returned to the same hospital March 3 after symptoms worsened and was admitted and placed in isolation.
Gov. Brian Kemp announced the state’s first two confirmed cases of the virus on March 2.
A Hawaii resident who traveled on a cruise ship that’s been linked to more than two dozen coronavirus cases tested positive for the virus, Gov. David Ige said March 6. The resident traveled on the Grand Princess in early February and returned home to the islands, he said.
A Cook County resident in his 20s flew into Chicago O’Hare Airport after traveling to Italy, the Illinois Department of Public Health and Cook County Department of Public Health said March 5.
The patient “acquired the infection while in Italy and is hospitalized at Rush University Medical Center in isolation,” according to the statement.
A Marion County resident who recently traveled to Boston tested positive, Gov. Eric Holcomb said March 6. The patient had been in quarantine since returning to Indianapolis, said Dr. Kris Box, the state’s health commissioner.
The state’s first case is a woman under the age of 50 from Johnson County, the governor’s office said March 7.
A person in Lexington was being treated in isolation, Gov. Andy Beshear said March 6.
Three people in Montgomery County tested positive, Gov. Larry Hogan said March 5.
The patients were a married couple in their 70s and a woman in her 50s. The three were on the same group trip overseas in late February, officials said, without specifying where they traveled.
Two new cases were reported March 8, Hogan said. One is a woman in her 80s who lives in Harford County and contracted the virus while traveling overseas. She is currently hospitalized, the release said.
The other is a man from Montgomery County in his 60’s who was traveling overseas and briefly hospitalized, according to the release.
Five new cases were announced March 6, adding to the eight people have previously tested positive in Massachusetts, state officials said.
Among them: a woman in her 60s who lives in Middlesex County and had recently traveled to northern Italy, officials said March 5.
Another case announced in March was a woman in her 20s who recently traveled to Italy on a school trip.
An older adult resident of Ramsey County who recently traveled on a cruise ship with a known coronavirus case was in isolation at home, the state Department of Public Health said March 6.
The first presumptive positive case of coronavirus has been identified in the state of Missouri, according to a March 7 press release from Gov. Mike Parson.
The patient is a woman in her 30s from Douglas County who returned from England at the end of February, Gov. Pete Ricketts said in a March 6 news release. She started experiencing symptoms and was hospitalized at Methodist Hospital on March 5. A coronavirus test came back positive March 6. She was to be transferred to the Biocontainment Unit at the University of Nebraska Medical Center.
Nevada reported two cases on March 5. The Washoe County Health District said a male resident in his 50s received a presumptive positive case of coronavirus. The man is linked to the Grand Princess cruise ship outbreak and his condition is stable and he is self-isolating at home, the district said.
A Clark County resident tested positive for coronavirus, the Southern Nevada Health District said March 5. The patient, a man in his 50s, told health officials he recently traveled to Washington state and Texas, district officials said.
New Hampshire: 4
New Hampshire’s first presumptive positive case was a person who had traveled to Italy recently, state epidemiologist Dr. Benjamin Chan said March 2.
The second person had contact with the first, officials said. Both were in home isolation.
The state’s health department announced two new presumptive cases March 7. One case is a man in Grafton County who came in contact with another confirmed case during a morning church social on March 1. After developing symptoms, the man underwent testing for the infection March 7 at the public health laboratories.
The second case is a man in Rockingham County who traveled to Italy. He was tested March 7 after showing symptoms of coronavirus, the health department said.
New Jersey: 6
A man in his 50s has been hospitalized at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center in Bergen County since March 5, the governor’s office said March 6.
New York: 105
The number of confirmed cases continues to grow, with most of them in Westchester County, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said March 7. New York City was home to 11 cases with 70 in Westchester County.
Health officials in Westchester County previously ordered a synagogue in New Rochelle to halt services over fears a man who tested positive for the virus may have exposed others.
Some Westchester County cases were connected to an attorney there, Cuomo said, including the attorney, his wife, son, daughter and neighbor.
North Carolina: 2
A Chatham County man tested positive after traveling in Italy in late February, the state’s health department said March 6. That person was sick in Italy and flew back to the United States after his fever resolved.
He was tested after Georgia health officials, investigating a positive case there, notified North Carolina officials that he had been in contact with the Georgia resident, health officials said.
A Wake County resident tested positive for the virus after visiting a Washington state facility with a coronavirus outbreak, officials said March 3.
A man in his 50s who recently traveled to Italy is in isolation at his Tulsa County home, Gov. Kevin Stitt said on March 6, adding there is no sign of community spread in the state.
Four new presumptive positive cases were identified among residents in Jackson, Klamath and Washington counties, the Oregon Health Authority announced March 7. Three cases were travel-related; one patient had contact with a known patient.
Clackamas County declared a state of emergency after two people tested presumptive positive, a Lake Oswego School District news release on March 3 said. A district employee and a family member, both Washington County residents, tested positive.
A presumptive case of community transmission was reported in Umatilla County, officials said.
Two new cases were announced March 7 by Gov. Tom Wolf. “Both individuals are from Montgomery County, have mild symptoms, are in isolation at home and were exposed to an area of the United States where COVID-19 is present,” Wolf said in a press release.
Two cases were announced March 6. One was an adult in Wayne County who’d traveled to a country where coronavirus was present, Wolf said. That person was in isolation at home.
The other patient was an adult in Delaware County and was in isolation at home. That person had recently traveled to a place in the United States where the virus was present, Wolf said.
The state’s health department reported two new presumptive cases March 8.
Rhode Island: 3
A 60-year-old woman with mild symptoms was a presumptive case, the state Department of Health said March 6.
Two others from a group that had traveled on a school trip to Italy in mid-February tested positive, the health department said March 1. They were a man in his 40s and a teenager. Health officials were monitoring the 38 people who went on the trip.
South Carolina: 2
One patient is an elderly woman from Kershaw County who has been hospitalized and isolated, the state Department of Health and Environmental Control said March 6.
A second patient is a woman from Charleston County who recently traveled to France and Italy. The patient did not require hospitalization and self-isolated at home.
A Williamson County man had tested positive, the state’s health commissioner, Dr. Lisa Piercey, said March 5.
The man had a recent history of out-of-state travel and had returned home in the prior four to five days, Piercey said. His travel itinerary was unclear. The patient was isolated at home with mild symptoms.
Two cases were announced in Fort Bend on March 6.
Four cases were reported in Harris County on March 5, and one was reported in Fort Bend County on March 4. Those five people were “among a group that traveled overseas together,” the Texas Department of State Health Services said March 6.
The Utah Department of Health reported the state’s first known presumptive case on March 6.
The patient is believed to have been exposed to the virus while on a recent cruise on the Grand Princess cruise ship. The patient, who is older than 60, is recovering at home and is under a Davis County-issued isolation order.
Vermont confirmed its first presumptive positive case of coronavirus, according to a March 7 press release from the state health department. The adult patient is hospitalized, and health officials are investigating the person’s travel and possible exposure history, according to the release.
The Virginia Department of Health announced March 8 a second presumptive positive case of coronavirus in the state. The department said the case was an individual in their 80s who had recently traveled on a Nile River cruise.
The first case was a US Marine assigned to Fort Belvoir in Virginia who tested positive for coronavirus on March 7 and is in the Fort Belvoir Community Hospital, according to the Defense Department. The Marine recently returned from overseas where he was on official business.
Washington state: 117 (including 18 deaths)
Seattle and King County Health Departments reported 12 new cases of coronavirus March 8, two of which were fatalities.
The first death was a woman in her 80s who was a resident of the Life Care Center in Kirkland. She was hospitalized at Evergreen Health Medical Center where she died on March 6, according to a press release from the county’s health department.
The second death was a man in his 90s who was also a Life Care resident. He was hospitalized at Harborview Medical Center where he died on March 5, the release said.
Of the state’s coronavirus cases, 71 were in King County and 27 in Snohomish County, according to the Department of Health. Five other counties have one case each.
Fifteen deaths occurred in King County and one in Snohomish County, the health department said.
Two new coronavirus cases were announced in Tacoma March 7, according to a Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department news release. One case is a woman in her 30s who was discharged from a local hospital and is recovering at home, the news release said.
The other case is a man in his 40s who was at Tacoma General Hospital as of March 7. Both the man and woman are Tacoma residents.
An adult with a history of travel to Beijing tested positive, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services said February 5.
That person was isolated and doing well, the department said.