Johns Hopkins University data compiled on Saturday now lists South Dakota in the top spot in the United States for new cases per capita. Over the past seven days, the U.S. has reported a record-high average of more than 196,200 cases of the virus, up over 20% compared with a week ago, according to a CNBC analysis of Johns Hopkins … Coronavirus U.S. Map Updates, More Than 6,500 Infected Across All 50 States, New Cases in Indiana, Texas, Colorado. With an estimated population of 322m, that equals to about 4627 cases per 100,000 Americans. Live Events. The series will provide timely, accessible updates on the state of the pandemic and public health responses, and will offer opportunities for live Q&A with leading experts from the Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center. ... Data on COVID-19 cases is from Johns Hopkins University unless otherwise stated. North Dakota health officials reported 474 new cases on Sunday, which is lowest number in five days. The percentage of new daily positive cases also increased in 27 states, according to data by according to data by John Hopkins University. Now well into a new major surge of the COVID-19 era, the United States has added almost 80,000 new cases, according to updated data Thursday from Johns Hopkins University. There are currently 14,941,013 cases confirmed in the US. 2 Number of confirmed cases per 100,000 Americans 82,504 people have tested positive in North Dakota since the pandemic began. The United States has added almost 143,000 new COVID-19 cases and close to 1,000 more deaths, according to updated data Monday from Johns Hopkins University. The US has now recorded more than 14 million coronavirus cases as of Thursday morning, according to the latest data from Johns Hopkins University. The United States, the country hardest hit by the coronavirus, on Saturday posted 66,528 new cases, a record for a 24-hour period, according to a tally from Johns Hopkins University. Fri, Dec 4, 2020 - 12:00pm. The Johns Hopkins 30-Minute COVID-19 Briefing. For example, on Oct. 14, 2020, Johns Hopkins' data shows the United States to have a cumulative total of 2,403 confirmed cases / 100,000 people -- or 2.403% of the population of the United States. The COVID-19 surges in states … U.S. daily cases reached 227,800 on Dec. 4, the highest single-day increase in new cases across the United States since the pandemic began, according to real-time data complied by Johns Hopkins University. The U.S. recorded 51,200 new confirmed cases Wednesday, according to a tally kept by Johns Hopkins University. That represents a doubling of the daily total over the past month and is higher even than what the country witnessed during the most lethal phase of the crisis in April and May, when the New York metropolitan area was easily the worst hot spot in the U.S.