More than 2 million tri-state residents have tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
New York's first positive case was announced on Sunday, March 1; the state's first death was announced nearly two weeks later, on March 14. New York City accounts for the vast majority of cases and deaths in the state.
The numbers -- and fatalities -- in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut have climbed into the tens of thousands.
Here are the latest number of cases, last updated at 4:40 p.m. on Jan. 15, according to the governors of the respective states:
Tri-State Area Total: 2,043,062
NOTE: County- and city-wide breakdowns may not add up to total statewide cases at times pending additional updates from the governors' offices. Total state and tri-state numbers are updated to reflect latest official totals.
|New York City||508,357|
|St. Lawrence County||3,320|
|New York State Total||1,203,550|
|New York State Deaths||32,566|
|New York City Deaths|
(Note: NYC stopped reporting probable COVID deaths as of 11/9, which explains the decrease. For consistency's sake, the NYC deaths reported here are from the state's data.)
|Cape May County||5,362|
|Cases With Unassigned County||1,298|
|New Jersey State Total|
(Note: The state moved to include probable cases from antigen, or rapid, tests starting on Jan. 4, causing a one-time spike in both statewide totals since March and individual counties)
|New Jersey Deaths|
(Note: The state moved to include probable deaths
in the total count starting on June 25, causing a spike)
|New Haven County||56,512|
|New London County||14,167|
|Connecticut State Total (includes probable and confirmed cases)||223.422|