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COVID-19 coronavirus cases, deaths, recoveries in Arizona, U.S., and around the world right now

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BY THE NUMBERS (All data comes from Microsoft’s COVID-19 tracker): As of 6:00 p.m MST, 3/24

Total number of corona virus cases in Arizona: 326
Total number of corona virus cases in the U.S: 52,671 (+10,139 from Monday, March 23)

AZ Deaths: 6 (as of Tuesday, March 24)
U.S. Deaths: 682 (+84 from Monday)

U.S. Recoveries: 193 (+15 from Monday)

States with the highest number of confirmed cases:


New York: 25,665
New Jersey: 3,675
California: 2,566

Washington: 2,222

The rest of the nation:
Michigan: 1,767
Illinois: 1,517
Florida: 1,447
Louisiana: 1,342
Massachusetts: 1,147
Georgia: 1,059
Texas: 1,025
Colorado: 901
Pennsylvania: 844
Tennessee: 771
Connecticut: 606
Ohio: 556
North Carolina: 498
Wisconsin: 451
Indiana: 353
Maryland: 341
South Carolina: 337
Arizona: 326 (21st highest in US)
Mississippi: 319
Utah: 297
Virginia: 281
Nevada: 274
Missouri: 248
Alabama: 242
Arkansas: 220
Oregon: 204
D.C: 181
Minnesota: 173
Kentucky: 151
Iowa: 124
Rhode Island: 124
Maine: 115
New Hampshire: 107
Delaware: 104
Oklahoma: 102
New Mexico: 100
Kansas: 96
Hawaii: 89
Vermont: 88
Idaho: 81
Nebraska: 61

Montana: 46

States with the lowest number of confirmed cases:
Alaska: 36
North Dakota: 34
Wyoming: 30
South Dakota: 21
West Virginia: 20

Nations with the highest number of confirmed cases:
China: 81,171
Italy: 69,176
United States: 52,671
Spain: 39,676
Germany: 32,781
Total confirmed cases worldwide: 411,242 / Total Deaths Worldwide: 18,295

 

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Jeff Kode

Jeff Kode has previously written articles for The Arizona Republic, as well as other publications including Echo Magazine and IONAZ Magazine. He is an enthusiastic movie lover, and enjoys discovering new music. He was previously on air middays with his own show The Sugar Rush, 6-9 am on The Morning Beat with Steve and Jeff, and can now be heard during the afternoon drive 3 to 5 pm at 88.7 The Pulse.
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