As of 25 March, the number of people diagnosed with coronavirus in the US has risen to more than 54,000.
Cases have been reported in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. West Virginia — where health officials have cited frustrations with a lack of testing — was the last state to officially confirm it was impacted by the global pandemic.
There have been at least 737 deaths. The latest numbers come after Donald Trump declared a national emergency over the deadly virus, believed to have originated in a market in Wuhan, China.
Governors in states across the country have declared states of emergency, with New York City closing nightclubs and mandating restaurants to takeout only as the vast majority of residents have been sent home from school and work to self-isolate in their homes.
The CDC released guidelines urging Americans to cancel all events with more than 50 people, as more than 30 states closed schools. The global death toll has meanwhile surpassed 19,000.
Figures are gathered from both local and state health agencies, and include presumptive positives that have not been confirmed by the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention.
The figures also include three people repatriated from Wuhan, China; 46 people repatriated from the Diamond Princess cruise ship in Japan; and 21 from the Grand Princess cruise ship that was allowed to dock in Oakland, California.
- Cases: 54,453
- Deaths: 737
- Cases: 44,183
- Deaths: 544
- Cases: 15,219
- Deaths: 201
- Cases: 10,000
- Deaths: 150