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COVID-19 Update: Global Cases and Recoveries as of June 3, 2020

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Get the latest data on confirmed cases, recoveries, and more with our daily COVID-19 update.

How many cases of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) have been confirmed in the US?

According to the Johns Hopkins COVID-19 interactive map, as of today, June 3, 2020 at 9:33 AM, there have been:

• 1 832 412 confirmed cases
• 106 198 deaths
• 463 868 recoveries

The 5 states with the highest total confirmed cases are:

1. New York: 373 040
2. New Jersey: 161 545
3. Illinois 122 848
4. California: 117 493
5. Massachusetts: 101 163

New York has the most deaths due to COVID-19 with 29 968 reported fatalities, followed by New Jersey with 11 771 deaths, and Massachusetts with 7085.

New York also leads in recoveries from COVID-19 with 66 110 people who have recovered, followed by New Jersey with 26 815 recoveries.

New York also leads in number of patients tested with 2 167 831 people tested, followed by California with 2 071 591 people tested, and Florida with 1 049 752 people tested.

How many cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed globally?

Globally, there have been 6 414 473 confirmed cases, 380 940 deaths, and 2 753 935 recoveries.

For more COVID-19 coverage for primary care, visit our COVID-19 Resource Page.

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