What to know about the coronavirus outbreak in 25 charts and maps

  • The coronavirus has killed more than 151,000 people and infected more than 2.2 million.
  • Here's what to know about the virus — including symptoms, spread, and travel warnings — in 25 charts and graphics.
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As the world's coronavirus case total and death toll continue to climb, a growing collection of data and research is providing insights into the pandemic.

COVID-19 spread globally

These 25 charts and graphics lay out what you need to know as the outbreak continues to progress.

Here's where cases and deaths have been confirmed around the world so far.



This chart shows the rate at which the coronavirus case total has shot up worldwide.

The true number of infected people is almost certainly higher than the official total, since some mild and asymptomatic cases are not tested and counted.  

As the number of new reported cases in China has decreased, other countries have begun to experience surges.


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The US has reported more than 683,000 coronavirus cases — the most in the world.

At least 34,000 people in the US have died as of Friday.

The US's epidemic growth curve still looks like a steep staircase.


New York has been the epicenter of coronavirus cases in the US. Here's how quickly New York City's outbreak has grown.


About 90% of all Americans have been ordered to stay at home in an effort to slow the spread of the virus.


42 US states, along with Guam, Puerto Rico, and Washington DC, have issued stay-at-home orders, as have some metro areas in states without such policies.

Many countries have declared nationwide lockdowns.

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But social-distancing efforts across the US haven't been consistent.

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