Estimations of Actual Covid-19 Cases

Not everyone gets diagnosed with COVID-19. There are not enough tests for everyone, some people think they just have flu, and some don't even have any symptoms. However, all of these people still spread the virus. Here I have only looked at mortality data and estimated how many cases of Coronavirus are actually out there.

Only regions with sufficient data are displayed. Estimates are updated daily as the new data becomes available. Last updated on July 04.

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New Jersey, US ✅

395,814 estimated vs. 174,598 reported cases as of Jul 03.

The pandemic is predicted to peak in this region on April 30. There is estimated to be ±150 cases at the peak.
Estimation confidence: High
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Data used for these calculations was provided and is copyrighted by Johns Hopkins University and The New York Times.
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