Over 1,000,000 Americans have now been officially diagnosed with COVID-19. States continue to slowly reopen businesses and progress is being made on developing treatments and vaccines.
Here are some updates from our clinicians, accurate as of April 27, 11:00PM EST:
United States of America Statistics:
Cases Diagnosed – 1,008,707
Recovered – 136,065
Deaths – 54,398
Get the latest updates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
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Frequently Asked Question:
How do I get tested for the coronavirus?
CDC-approved tests are available in all US states. Call your doctor’s office if you think you’ve been exposed or you have symptoms. They’ll decide if you need a test and let you know where and how to get one. The test could involve swabbing your nose, mouth, or throat, or by getting a sample of mucus or phlegm from your lungs.
For more answers to your questions, visit our coronavirus FAQ page.