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How many cases of COVID-19 and deaths have occurred in your area?

Our county, population 430,000, has thirteen cases and two deaths.      

Posted - March 26


  • 4528
    County population - <100,000 
    COVIS-19 cases - 4     (possibly 2 more cases, but they aren't confirmed)
    Deaths - 0
      March 26, 2020 9:56 AM MDT

  • 9158
    My small and meek county has a mere 10 million humans that are registered. 
    I am not sure as to how many of those are infected or have died.
    I do know there were 3,158 infected and 67 deaths throughout THE STATE of Califonia.
    They say the number is doubling daily.
    We can only go by the news reported to us.

    Point of reference:  The Los Angeles Times
      March 26, 2020 10:00 AM MDT

  • 5739
    County population 1.2M
    346 confirmed cases as of Mar 26 346 (Out of 12K tested) . 2 deaths.
     We have only just started seeing it here and the cases have been doubling every day. We are now on lock down and hope that it will slow it down.
      March 26, 2020 10:27 AM MDT

  • 12056
    New York City has a population of roughly 8.5 million people and as of March 24, accounts for 21,393 positive cases with 280 deaths.  
      March 26, 2020 10:28 AM MDT

  • 9158
    Don looked it up for us and came back with the report.
    662 cases and 7 deaths in L.A. County.
      March 26, 2020 10:33 AM MDT

  • 5980
    654 cases with 4 deaths.
      March 26, 2020 10:37 AM MDT

  • 119 known cases in Austin, but sure to rise because they're going about life as usual. 
      March 26, 2020 10:57 AM MDT

  • 169
    14 in the area (which is 6 counties) and 1 death
      March 26, 2020 11:28 AM MDT

  • 318
    Kirklees District (with almost exactly the same population as your county, 439,000 approx) had 20 recorded cases at the last count.

    No deaths to my knowledge, but I haven't been reading the Huddersfield Daily Examiner this week, so it could have happened and I missed it, callous as that may sound.

    A friend of mine told me he was aghast when his sister remarked to him that she was lucky to live in an area so little affected! - some people still don't seem to grasp that this is EVERYONE's problem.


      March 26, 2020 12:59 PM MDT

  • 19708
    1 confirmed cases in my county.
    No deathes.

    55,000 people in my county. This post was edited by my2cents at March 26, 2020 5:15 PM MDT
      March 26, 2020 1:37 PM MDT

  • 374
    As an independent city where I live the population is around 450,000 and there have been 26 cases with 1 death.  
      March 26, 2020 2:35 PM MDT

  • 8182
    BC. In the province  (population about 4 million)
    659 infections 
    14 deaths 
    183 recovered
    64 in hospital,  26 intensive care
      March 26, 2020 3:28 PM MDT

  • 3689
    My area, Tweed Valley, 8 cases, no deaths yet.

    We started out with our federal Government taking only meddling precautions, but within four weeks it has escalated to almost total lock down everywhere. That happened yesterday.

    Based on overseas patterns, if people obey the shutdown we can expect to see the peak of diagnosed cases in a fortnight, and after that a levelling off and a slow drop.
    If people really do respect the rules, the intensive care units will not be overwhelmed, but only just.
    All elective surgery has been postponed for the duration of the pandemic.
    All resources are being channeled towards the virus.

    My state of NSW;

    COVID-19 (Coronavirus) statistics

    27 March 2020

    As at 8pm, Thursday 26 March 2020, an additional 186 cases of COVID-19 have been diagnosed, since 8pm 25 March, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in NSW to 1,405.

    CasesCount Confirmed cases (incl. interstate residents in NS​​W health care facilities) 1,405 Cases tested and excluded 76,284 Total 77,689

    There are currently 134 COVID-19 cases being treated in NSW, with 53 cases in our hospital wards, 62 cases being cared for with hospital in the home, 19 cases in our Intensive Care Units and, of those, 9 require ventilators at this stage.

    What these figures reveal is that testing for COVID-19 is occurring at a significant rate across the state and we urge everyone to follow NSW Health advice about social distancing, personal hygiene and staying at home wherever possible.

    Confirmed cases to date

    By sex and age group

    Age groupFemaleMaleTotal 0-9 4 1 5 10-19 19 13 32 20-29 166 116 282 30-39 117 116 233 40-49 78 111 189 50-59​​ 111 117 228 60-69 120 109 229 70-79 64 78 142 80-89 19 31 50 90-100 7 6 13 Total 705 698 1403*

    *Excludes cases without a date of birth or gender

    By likely source of infection:

    SourceCases Overseas acquired 877 Locally acquired – contact of a confirmed case and/or in a known cluster 278 Locally acquired – contact not identified 145 Under investigation 105 Total 1,405

    Seven cases have been confirmed from a wedding in Bali on 21 March, two are NSW residents and five are interstate residents identified so far.

    A doctor from Bathurst Base Hospital has tested positive for COVID-19. Investigations are ongoing and close contacts of the doctor are being informed. The doctor is now in isolation along with several other staff.

    A one-year-old child confirmed yesterday to have COVID-19 attended a child care centre on the day before onset of symptoms. The centre will be closed while contact tracing is completed. The Public Health Unit is working to identify and notify contacts.

    Two confirmed cases have been identified from a group of 100 Chilean navy personnel who have been in NSW since 1 March. They are self-isolating in hotels in Sydney. Investigations and contact tracing is underway.

    The five passengers with symptoms on the Qantas charter flight from Honolulu that arrived in Sydney yesterday who were referred for COVID-19 testing were negative and have been returned to their hotel to continue their self-isolation.

    The Department of Home Affairs is managing the daily needs of the passengers at the hotel and any bio-security measures are being managed by the Commonwealth.

    NSW Health will assist should there be any further need for COVID-19 testing or medical care requiring transport to hospital.

    There are 162 confirmed cases diagnosed in NSW who were on board the Ruby Princess. There are 41 confirmed cases from the Ovation of the Seas.

    NSW Health now has information on its website showing COVID-19 statistics broken down by local health district and locally acquired cases by Local Government Area.

    NSW Health is providing information to keep the community informed about COVID-19 while also protecting the privacy of patients. We will keep providing information to the people of NSW as it becomes available.

    NSW Health is alerting passengers who were close contacts on flights to monitor for symptoms, and contact their GP, but call ahead first, or call healthdirect on 1800 022 222, or visit a NSW Health COVID-19 / Flu assessment clinic should they become unwell.​

      March 26, 2020 8:40 PM MDT

  • 29561
    Question...why are peeps still traveling?
      March 26, 2020 8:43 PM MDT

  • 29525

      I do not know. 

      March 26, 2020 9:16 PM MDT

  • 912
    339 cases and 4 deaths in toronto 
      March 26, 2020 9:40 PM MDT

  • 12698
    My county has three cases.  Two people are home quarantined and one (who came from Italy) is recovered I think.  Down south of us in Miami area is loaded up with it.
      March 27, 2020 3:08 AM MDT