SUNRISE BRIEF

The Sunrise Brief highlights noteworthy news to begin your day. We focus on impending weather and news in the NCR, the United States, and the world.

JULY 15, 2020

Weather: Mostly sunny; High 92. Low 74.

 

NCR: DC HAZMAT incident in the 1200 block of Wisconsin Ave; DC Silver Alert; NCR Transportation Planning Board’s Transit Within Reach project

Coronavirus: There are 85,536 COVID-19 cases and 3,193 fatalities reported in the NCR; “Reopen Montgomery” Small Business Grant Program has launched a website; Montgomery County briefing today at 12:30PM to provide COVID-19 and reopening updates; Prince George’s County Public Schools is hosting a telephone townhall at 5:30PM; City of Manassas School Board approved a full distance learning for the 2020-2021 school year.

JULY 14, 2020

Weather: Mostly sunny; Per the National Weather Service, while temperatures will be within a few degrees of normal today, humidity level will be somewhat low by mid-July standards (both values will climb as the week progresses). Mostly sunny skies are expected. 

 

NCR: DC Crime Solvers offers reward; City of Alexandria to resume parking enforcement; Townhouse fire in Montgomery County

Coronavirus: There are 85,079 COVID-19 cases and 3,190 fatalities reported in the NCR; DC Health serology survey; Free antibody testing; Maryland positivity rate; Montgomery County Community Recovery Advisory Group meeting; Public Safety Employees in Pringe George's County required to take a COVID-19 test; Virginia COVID-19 press conference at 2PM 

JULY 13, 2020

Weather: Partly sunny. Isolated showers before 11 AM

 

NCR: Marine Corps Base Quantico issued a training advisory for July 13 through July 24; BW Parkway closed past Powder Mill Road;

Coronavirus: There are 84,727 COVID-19 cases and 3,181 fatalities reported in the NCR; Beginning Monday July 13, and every Monday, the PG County State’s Attorney Office, will provide free groceries; Fairfax County: library branches will reopen to the public for express services; Governor Hogan announced MD has surpassed more than 800,000 COVID-19 tests; VRE Step-Up tickets will not be accepted on designated Amtrak trains.

JULY 12, 2020

Weather: Mostly sunny. Isolated showers and thunderstorms after 2 PM

 

NCR: Montgomery County low angle rope rescue; Upcoming overnight lane closures I-66 West; Arlington County advises residents to avoid using local streams as a solution to swimming; Drones to investigate crash scenes in Maryland 

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Coronavirus: There are 84,255 COVID-19 cases and 3,169 fatalities reported in the NCR; Montgomery County Public Schools Fall 2020 Reopen Guide; No COVID-19 patients in intensive care in Frederick County; Montgomery County free COVID testing clinics; City of Alexandria to provide additional rent and mortgage relief; World Health Organization establishing an independent panel

JULY 11, 2020

Weather: Widespread flooding in Ocean City;

 

NCR: Three separate homicides in with three hours in DC; A second arrest made in the homicide of the 11 y.o. in DC; Missing person in DC;  Community outreach on the Potomac River on Montgomery County

Coronavirus: There are 83,899 COVID-19 cases and 3,1613  fatalities reported in the NCR; Positivity rate drops in Maryland; Fire Department purchase PPE in College Park; Face masks/coverings are recommended at BWI Airport; Building safety checklist; Webinar on cybersecurity and resiliency; Study on pregnant women and COVID-19; COVID-19 case forecast; Health care centers response efforts

JULY 10, 2020

Adverse Weather: Tropical Storm Fay movement is not expected to have a great impact on the NCR

 

NCR: An arrest was made in the homicide of the 11 y.o. in DC; New Hospital in SE, DC; Car Free Lanes in DC; Critical missing man from DC

United States: Shots fired from vehicle during a demonstration in Portland

Coronavirus: There are 83490 COVID-19 cases and 3,155  fatalities reported in the NCR; A COVID-19 risk chart; A spike in fraudulent unemployment claims;  EPA approved disinfectants against COVID-19 on surfaces; Lessons to assist businesses to resume services; Governors calls to renew public health emergency; MARC train line resume regular schedules; A new mental health initiative in Maryland; Charles County Government building will open to the public; Workforce development initiative launched in Alexandria; Loudoun Commuter bus resumes service 

JULY 9, 2020

Adverse Weather: National Hurricane Center monitoring an area of low pressure along the coast of South Carolina for tropical or subtropical development

NCR: Metro Return to Work online survey

United States: Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center on lockdown yesterday

Coronavirus: There are 83,048 COVID-19 cases and 3,141  fatalities reported in the NCR; U.S. Food and Drug Administration issues warning letter; Two antibody testing sites in D.C.; Hospital Association in the District urges the public to not delay medical treatment; Fairfax County Public Schools enrollment options

JULY 8, 2020

NCR: Red Line train service suspension; Prince George's County storm tip sheet

Coronavirus Overview: There are 82,663 COVID-19 cases and 3,124  fatalities reported in the NCR; Novavax funding from Operation Warp Speed; U.S. Department of Health and Human Services launches free surge testing; Prince George's County free pop-up COVID testing site; Virginia Partnet Support Line

JULY 7, 2020

NCR: National Weather Service issues Flood Watches and Warnings; Prince George's County water rescue

Coronavirus Overview: There are 82,143 COVID-19 cases and 3,120  fatalities reported in the NCR; Infection and Prevention Control Global webinar series; District of Columbia COVID-19 update; Maryland statewide positivity rate; Inspectors close several business in Montgomery County over holiday weekend; Virginia Department of Health COVID-19 resources 

JULY 6, 2020

NCR: Metro track work through mid-July; Structural collapse in Anne Arundel County 

Coronavirus Overview: There are 81,681 COVID-19 cases and 3,108  fatalities reported in the NCR; District of Columbia COVID-19 update at 11 AM; Montgomery County opens outdoor pools and aquatic centers; Charles County Department of Recreation opening; Fairfax County Public Schools virtual Town Call; Prince William County School Board special meeting

JULY 5, 2020

NCR: A juvenile was fatally shot in DC; Three employers were recognized for outstanding cumming benefits in Montgomery County

Coronavirus Overview: There are 81,328 COVID-19 cases and 3,105  fatalities reported in the NCR; NIH has a conversation regarding COVID-19; CDC issued guidance for visiting beaches and pools; FDA authorized combination diagnostic test for upcoming flu season; 9.5% of Maryland population has been tested; Montgomery County immunization clinic will open Monday, July 6

JULY 4, 2020

NCR: Lane closure on MD-295 in Prince George's County; Missing person in Greenbelt, MD; DDOT service adjustments; 

Coronavirus Overview: There are 80,969 COVID-19 cases and 3,099  fatalities reported in the NCR; DC Veteran Affairs Medical Center will launch Phase One; All Marylander's are urged to continue practicing physical distancing whenever possible, wearing masks in public, and avoiding large gatherings; Montgomery County recreation pools will open to pass-holders only; The United States has been placed on England’s travel “red list.”

JULY 3, 2020

NCR: New pedestrain law in Virginia (VA); Alexandria after-school club awarded a mini grant; Summer storm season tips from Montgomery County officials; Missing person in Prince George's County

Coronavirus Overview: There are 80,581 COVID-19 cases and 3,085 fatalities reported in the NCR; Do not handle fireworks shortly after using hand sanitizer; FDA warning on methanol-based hand sanitizer; DC testing and groceries sites are closed for the holiday; Physicians can order a test for any individual who request in VA; The application portal for VA pandemic emergency unemployment compensation is open

JULY 2, 2020

NCR: DC educate residents on firework safety; Gas leak in Fairfax County; Man charged with First Degree Arson in Montgomery County; An online July 4th celebration in Montgomery County; Fireworks are illegal in Prince George's County

Coronavirus Overview: There are 80,203 COVID-19 cases and 3,066 fatalities reported in the NCR; Frederick County distributed over 450,000 pieces of PPE in three months; A website for was established to support the mental health of frontline healthcare workers

JULY 1, 2020

NCR: DC increase the minimum hourly wage; Two-alarm townhouse fire in Montgomery County; Missing man from Silver Spring; Fire and training in Prince William County

Coronavirus Overview: There are 79,903 COVID-19 cases and 3,054 fatalities reported in the NCR; TSA announced the 'Stay Health, Stay Secure' campaign; DOJ warns of fraudulent documents exempting the use of face masks; Three states are prohibited for travel by service members; Bar seating and congregating areas in restaurants will remain closed during Phase Three

JUNE 30, 2020

NCR: DOD will support this year's Salute to America celebration

Coronavirus Overview: There are 79,562 COVID-19 cases and 3,033 fatalities reported in the NCR; Travelers will have to adjust their mask during ID verification at airports;  A digital screening tool for Veterans; Maryland's school system gets additional funding to assist with remote learning; Prince George's County gradually reopen facilities to the public; Virginia's health department encouraged residents to respond to contact tracer calls; Increase number of positive cases among 29-year-old residents in Loudoun

JUNE 29, 2020

NCR: Fresh Express recall; Metrobus changes; DC Fire and EMS fireworks safety 

Coronavirus Overview: There are 79,224 COVID-19 cases and 3,023 fatalities reported in the NCR; FEMA Integrated Public Alert and Warning System test; CDC tips for institutions of higher education; Frederick County Public School meal sites; Reopening reminders for Prince George's County today at 5 PM

JUNE 28, 2020

NCR: Prince George's County homicide investigation

Coronavirus Overview: There are 78,857 COVID-19 cases and 3,012 fatalities reported in the NCR; FBI warns of potential fraud schemes; Maryland Department of Health issues order requiring local lab to cease collection and process of COVID-19 specimens; City of Manassas Emergency Housing and Utility Assistance; City of Alexandria Strategic Action Framework: Vulnerable Residential Buildings

JUNE 27, 2020

NCR: 2-alarm fire in DC; A measure passed to make DC the 51st state; Metro stations in Fairfax County reopen in August; Metro will extend service on July 4th

Coronavirus Overview: There are 78,481 COVID-19 cases and 2,996 fatalities reported in the NCR; CDC updated their increased risk list; Reclosing measures for several states; Montgomery County cancelled their 4th of July celebrations; City of Alexandria released animated COVID-19 video 

JUNE 26, 2020

NCR: Northbound I-395 will be temporarily closed; Damaged homes and cars in Montgomery County

Coronavirus Overview: There are 78,145 COVID-19 cases and 2,964 fatalities reported in the NCR; DC COVID-19 curve is flattened; Frederick County government employees are recognized for their service; Prince George's County will move into Phase Two Monday; Free testing throughout Prince George's County; Virginia offers a Rent and Mortgage Relief Program for residents. 

JUNE 25, 2020

NCR: Woodrow Wilson Memorial Bridge opening; Prince George's County missing person

Coronavirus Overview: There are 77,738 COVID-19 cases and 2,946 fatalities reported in the NCR; Joint statement from CDC and FDA regarding food export restricting; Citizen Online Police Reporting System in Frederick County; All health department sites in Prince George's County will be closed on Friday; A Northern Virginian married couple was arrested for wire fraud; Fairfax County Public Schools give families two back to school options 

JUNE 24, 2020

NCR: Prince George's County Silver Alert 

Coronavirus Overview: There are 77,382 COVID-19 cases and 2,928 fatalities reported in the NCR. Online tool to determine eligibility for paid sick leave; Commute with Confidence website; Maryland distributes 50 million units of PPE; Frederick County Public Schools summer Work-Based Learning Program; Virginia entering Phase 3 July 1 

JUNE 23, 2020

NCR: Potential for severe thunderstorms and flooding for northern northern Maryland and northwestern Virginia

Coronavirus Overview: There are 76,946 COVID-19 cases and 2,916 fatalities reported in the NCR. Army Emergency Relief for homes schooling expenses; CDC readiness and planning tool; FDA advisory ot hand sanitizer; Metro stations to reopen; City of Takoma Park COVID-19 testing; Potomac Water Taxi; Virginia lowest positivity rate 

JUNE 22, 2020

NCR: Illegal swimming on Potomac River leads to 16 people rescued over the weekend; Northern Virginia Regional Commission launches solar and energy efficiency campaign

Coronavirus Overview: There are 76,600 COVID-19 cases and 2,905 fatalities reported in the NCR. FEMA releases updated "Public Assistance Disaster-Specific Guidance"; Montgomery County Public Schools survey for recovery plan; CDC Survey in Virginia; VDH update on cases of Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in children; COVID-19 call center hours in Prince WIlliam County 

JUNE 21, 2020

NCR: Fire & EMS and MPD's Harbor Unit conducted a water rescue on the Potomac River at Chain Bridge.

Coronavirus Overview: There are 76,182 COVID-19 cases and 2,892 fatalities reported in the NCR. Beginning June 23,the Department of Motor Vehicles will resume in-person services as part of Phase Two. 

JUNE 20, 2020

JUNE 19, 2020

NCR: Fairfax County Police seeks assistance in locating missing 25-year-old male

Coronavirus Overview: There are 75,390 COVID-19 cases and 2,862 fatalities reported in the NCR; Maryland county leaders urged to set up local COVID-19 testing efforts; Montgomery County enters Phase Two at 5PM; Wheaton "Streety" for socially distanced dining; No targeted date for Commonweath to enter Phase Three; COVID-19 information sheet

JUNE 18, 2020

NCR: Take precautions on the road; All lanes were closed due to a jackknifed tractor trailer

Coronavirus Overview: There are 75,047 COVID-19 cases and 2,846 fatalities reported in the NCR; Enforce face covering policies on airlines; DC continue modified telework posture; Maryland's positvity rate drops; COVID Corps summer employment program in Montgomery County; City of Alexandria's COVID-19 reminder video; Prince William County's Call Center new operating hours

JUNE 17, 2020

NCR: Police seeking assistance in identifying suspect; David's Place shelter reopening

Coronavirus Overview: There are 74,628 COVID-19 cases and 2,829 fatalities reported in the NCR; Non-essential travel across boarders with Canada and Mexico extended; COVID testing for children in District; Financial assistance for childcare providers; Frederick County advance to next reopening phase; Prince George's County COVID-19 testing 

JUNE 16, 2020

JUNE 15, 2020

District of Columbia: Police seeking the public's assistance in locating 16-year-old male; Seven people displaced after house fire

Coronavirus Overview: There are 74,047 COVID-19 cases and 2,784 fatalities reported in the NCR; Department of Veterans Affairs 15 Fisher House locations supporting front-line workers;  CDC announces latest COVIDView report statics; District of Columbia expands COVID-19 testing sites; More than 1,600 COVID-19 patients register with CovidCONNECT in Maryland; City of Manassas Park City Hall to reopen with several protective measures. 

JUNE 14, 2020

JUNE 13, 2020

NCR: Silver Alert in Montgomery County; Tractor Trailer fire in Prince George's County

Coronavirus Overview: There are 72,859 COVID-19 cases and 2,756 fatalities reported in the NCR; FDA issued warning letter; Distribution of cloth facial coverings for passenger transportation sectors; Veteran's Affairs COVID Status Report; Labcorp at home testing kit; Childcare services and outdoor reopen on June 15

JUNE 12, 2020

NCR: Fatal collision on Lee Highway in Fairfax County; Drowning victim recovered from the Potomac River; Firefighter restrained two dogs from attacking civilians in DC

Coronavirus Overview: There are 72,389 COVID-19 cases and 2,728 fatalities reported in the NCR; Maryland's next round of reopenings begin today; Prince George's County will enter Phase Two June 15; Road closure to support small businesses in Takoma Park; Virginia's in-person guidance for schools; Additional amenities in Fairfax County opens today;Free COVID-19 testing in Prince William County

JUNE 11, 2020

NCR: An overturned tractor trailer closed all lanes on I-495 Big Curve/Skyramp; Four tractor trailers jackknifed on I-495; Seven people shot in DC

Coronavirus Overview: There are 71,829 COVID-19 cases and 2,715 fatalities reported in the NCR; CDC released information for travelers; Four new test sites in DC; Testing is available to all in Frederick; Activities allowed during Phase Two in Montgomery County; VA extended two Executive Orders

JUNE 10, 2020

NCR: Water rescue in DC; I-270 Southbound lanes closed due to a collision in Montgomery County; Blood drives in Fairfax County; Shared Streets in Montgomery County

Coronavirus Overview: There are 71,283 COVID-19 cases and 2,700 fatalities reported in the NCR; The National Arboretum is open for three days out the week; A new data visualization tool for residents of Maryland; Several street closures in Bethesda for outdoor restaurant seating; NoVA enters Phase Two Friday; In-person classes resume in Virginia; Outdoor amenities reopen Friday in Alexandria; Residents are urged to use caution when swimming in natural waters

JUNE 9, 2020

NCR: Accident closed SB Main Lanes of I-495 (Outer Loop) at VA-650. Fatal pedestrian strike closes Kenilworth Ave overnight.

Coronavirus Overview: There are 70,743 COVID-19 cases and 2,676 fatalities reported in the NCR; New COVID-19 testing sites have opened in Anacostia and Judiciary Square. 

JUNE 8, 2020

NCR: Metro track work; D.C. vehicle down an embankment.

Coronavirus Overview: There are 70,156 COVID-19 cases and 2,665 fatalities reported in the NCR; FDA reissued an EUA; MTA Commuter Bus operating regular "S" schedule; City of Fairfax, City Hall will transition to limited access

JUNE 7, 2020

NCR: Fatal accident in Alexandria; Metro Train service suspended in D.C.; Heat Emergency in effect in D.C.; Transportation Option Survey in Prince George's County

Coronavirus Overview: There are 69,132 COVID-19 cases and 2,645 fatalities reported in the NCR; DC employees must complete Contact Tracing training;Maryland surpasses 400,000 COVID-19 tests; Reopening guidance for businesses in Montgomery County; Modified summer programs in Alexandria; Loudoun County Medical Reserve Corps seeks volunteers

JUNE 6, 2020

NCR: Hazardous Weather Outlook for most of the NCR; Missing person in DC; I-66 closed in City of Alexandria; Barricade situation resolved in City of Alexandria

Coronavirus Overview: There are 68,287 COVID-19 cases and 2,621 fatalities reported in the NCR; DC libraries will conduct curbside pickup; DC Firehouses offering free walk-up COVID-19 testing; DC School Family Engagement Survey lauched; Interactive dashboard developed for food distribution events in City of Alexandria; Microenterprise Stabilization Program applications begin June 10 in Montgomery County

JUNE 5, 2020

NCR: Fire in Montgomery County; Montgomery County Swift Water Rescue boat and crews will posture on the Potomac River; Over 20,000 power outages in the NCR last night due to adverse weather

Coronavirus Overview: There are 67,443 COVID-19 cases and 2,594 fatalities reported in the NCR; Federal Trade Commission warned of scam; MARC Brunswick Lines to return to R Schedule in Maryland June 8; Frederick County will enter Stage 2 Reopening today at 5PM

JUNE 4, 2020

NCR: Three-alarm house fire in Frederick County; NWS issues Hazardous Weather Outlooks for entire NCR

Coronavirus Overview: There are 66,292 COVID-19 cases and 2,564 fatalities reported in the NCR; Maryland to begin to move to Stage 2 Reopening; Maryland's Motor Vehicle Administration will partially reopen select branches June 8; Ride On bus service expanding in Montgomery County June 7; Arlington Dept of Parks and Recreation to open June 5

MAY 29, 2020

NCR: Potential hazardous weather today in the NCR; Fatal collision in Montgomery County; Search crews rescue lost hikers in Montgomery County

Coronavirus Overview: There are 60,436 COVID-19 cases and 2,397 fatalities reported in the NCR; City of Frederick and Frederick County will adopt Maryland’s Stage One Recovery Plan today at 5PM; In Virginia, face coverings are mandatory in public spaces, CVS will open 39 new drive-thru testing sites statewide, and all Northern Virginia parks will be open.

MAY 28, 2020

NCR: Potential hazardous weather today in the NCR; Two-alarm fire yesterday in DC; I-270 spur closed last night due to vehicle fire in Montgomery County; Microsoft establishing software development hub in Fairfax County

Coronavirus Overview: There are 58,922 COVID-19 cases and 2,347 fatalities reported in the NCR; DC and Northern Virginia will move to Stage 1 reopening on May 29; Maryland is entering the latter phase of Stage 1 on 5/29

MAY 27, 2020

NCR: Fire in Prince George's County; Missing man in Montgomery County

Coronavirus Overview: Johns Hopkins University reports 5,606,925 COVID-19 cases, 350,862 deaths, and 2,301,727 recoveries worldwide as of 6AM. In the US, there are 1,681,418 cases, 98,929 deaths, and 384,902 recoveries.

MAY 26, 2020

Coronavirus Overview: Johns Hopkins University reports 5,512,055 COVID-19 cases, 346,612 deaths, and 2,246,900 recoveries worldwide as of 5AM. In the US, there are 1,662,768 cases, 98,223 deaths, and 379,157 recoveries.

MAY 25, 2020

Coronavirus Overview: Johns Hopkins University reports 5,424,718 COVID-19 cases, 345,296 deaths, and 2,176,490 recoveries worldwide as of 5AM. In the US, there are 1,643,499 cases, 97,722 deaths, and 366,736 recoveries.

MAY 24, 2020

Coronavirus Overview: Johns Hopkins University reports 5,324,933 COVID-19 cases, 342,341 deaths, and 2,119,237 recoveries worldwide as of 5AM. In the US, there are 1,622,670 cases, 97,087 deaths, and 361,239 recoveries.

MAY 23, 2020

Coronavirus Overview:Johns Hopkins University reports 5,225,916 COVID-19 cases, 338,431 deaths, and 2,067,574 recoveries worldwide as of 5AM. In the US, there are 1,601,434 cases, 96,007 deaths, and 350,135 recoveries.

MAY 22, 2020

Coronavirus Overview:Johns Hopkins University reports 5,118,418 COVID-19 cases, 333,212 deaths, and 1,9060,223 recoveries worldwide as of 5AM. In the US, there are 1,577,758 cases, 94,729 deaths, and 298,414 recoveries.

MAY 21, 2020

Coronavirus Overview:Johns Hopkins University reports 5,011,467 COVID-19 cases, 328,462 deaths, and 1,909,701 recoveries worldwide as of 6AM. In the US, there are 1,551,853 cases, 93,439 deaths, and 294,312 recoveries.

MAY 20, 2020

Coronavirus Overview:Johns Hopkins University reports 4,915,004 COVID-19 cases, 323,653 deaths, and 1,795,922 recoveries worldwide as of 7:16AM. In the US, there are 1,528,661 cases, 91,938 deaths, and 283,178 recoveries.

MAY 19, 2020

Coronavirus Overview: Johns Hopkins University reports 4,819,959 COVID-19 cases, 318,833 deaths, and 1,795,922 recoveries worldwide as of 6:23AM. In the US, there are 1,508,957 cases, 90,369 deaths, and 283,178 recoveries.

MAY 18, 2020

Coronavirus Overview: Johns Hopkins University reports 4,730,323 COVID-19 cases, 315,482 deaths, and 1,739,743 recoveries worldwide as of 6:22AM. In the US, there are 1,486,742 cases, 89,564 deaths, and 272,265 recoveries.

MAY 17, 2020

Coronavirus Overview: Johns Hopkins University reports 4,650,793 COVID-19 cases, 312,115 deaths, and 1,699,843 recoveries worldwide as of 6:16AM. In the US, there are 1,467,884 cases, 88,754 deaths, and 268,376 recoveries.

MAY 16, 2020

Coronavirus Overview: Johns Hopkins University reports 4,556,961 COVID-19 cases, 307,929 deaths, and 1,644,670 recoveries worldwide as of 6:15AM. In the US, there are 1,443,397 cases, 87,568 deaths, and 250,747 recoveries.

MAY 15, 2020

Coronavirus Overview: Johns Hopkins University reports 4,444,670 COVID-19 cases, 302,493 deaths, and 1,588,858 recoveries worldwide as of 6:15AM. In the US, there are 1,417,889 cases, 85,906 deaths, and 246,414 recoveries.

MAY 14, 2020

Coronavirus Overview: Johns Hopkins University reports 4,362,996 COVID-19 cases, 297,465 deaths, and 1,558,462 recoveries worldwide as of 6:15AM. In the US, there are 1,390,764 cases, 84,136 deaths, and 243,430 recoveries.

MAY 13, 2020

Coronavirus Overview: Johns Hopkins University reports 4,262,799 COVID-19 cases, 291,981 deaths, and 1,493,661 recoveries worldwide as of 6:15AM. In the US, there are 1,369,964 cases, 82,387 deaths, and 230,287 recoveries.

MAY 12, 2020

Coronavirus Overview: Johns Hopkins University reports 4,194,326 COVID-19 cases, 286,615 deaths, and 1,464,926 recoveries worldwide as of 6:53AM. In the US, there are 1,347,936 cases, 79,528 deaths, and 232,733 recoveries.

MAY 11, 2020

Coronavirus Overview: Johns Hopkins University reports 4,118,783 COVID-19 cases, 282,947 deaths, and 1,418,656 recoveries worldwide as of 6:19AM. In the US, there are 1,329,799 cases, 79,528 deaths, and 216,169 recoveries.

MAY 10, 2020

Coronavirus Overview: Johns Hopkins University reports 4,040,289 COVID-19 cases, 279,565 deaths, and 1,380,716 recoveries worldwide as of 6:21AM. In the US, there are 1,309,541 cases, 78,794 deaths, and 212,534 recoveries.

MAY 9, 2020

Coronavirus Overview: Johns Hopkins University reports 3,954,246 COVID-19 cases, 275,160 deaths, and 1,311,068 recoveries worldwide as of 6:05AM. In the US, there are 1,283,929 cases, 77,180 deaths, and 198,993 recoveries. 

MAY 8, 2020

Coronavirus Overview: Johns Hopkins University reports 3,861,697 confirmed cases of COVID-19, 269,867 deaths, and 1,290,364 recoveries worldwide as of 5/8/2020 at 6:15AM. In the US, there are 1,256,972 confirmed cases, 75,670 deaths, and 195,036 recoveries

MAY 7, 2020

Coronavirus Overview: Johns Hopkins University reports 3,768,535 confirmed cases of COVID-19, 264,109 deaths, and 1,249,987 recoveries worldwide as of 5/7/2020 at 6:05AM. In the US, there are 1,228,609 confirmed cases, 73,431 deaths, and 189,910 recoveries.

MAY 6, 2020

Coronavirus Overview: Johns Hopkins University reports 3,679,544 confirmed cases of COVID-19, 257,793 deaths, and 1,205,595 recoveries worldwide as of 5/6/2020 at 6:33AM. In the US, there are 1,204,475 confirmed cases, 71,078 deaths, and 189,791 recoveries.

MAY 5, 2020

Coronavirus Overview: Johns Hopkins University reports 3,598,324 confirmed cases of COVID-19, 251,832 deaths, and 1,171,569 recoveries worldwide as of 5/5/2020 at 6:40AM. In the US, there are 1,180,634 confirmed cases, 68,934 deaths, and 180,152 recoveries.

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