The below interactive map reflects the safety of each Country and each County in the US and will update daily from JHU data. It is based on the number of active cases per 100,000 population. You can zoom or search for your county and there is a pop out legend. The lightest colored areas are the safest. The chances of being infected in these areas are <1/10,000 on any given day with average behavior. Additionally, these cream colored areas have R0<1 and are not spreading COVID at this time. The darkest areas reflect >1/1000 chance of being infected. Clicking on a region will pop out Active cases/per 100,000 count and the regional death rate. Individuals can lower their risk in any area by wearing a mask, social distancing, and avoiding crowded spaces.
***Please note that some Countries may be much less safe than is depicted due to lower relative testing capacity.
Cases updated daily (yesterday’s numbers). Hover over states for info.
Daily New Cases/per million people.
Daily New Deaths
Daily New Deaths/million people
Percent of State Infected*.
* Corrected for CDC estimates from antibody studies that 6-10x more people have been infected than has been reported.
Data are from Worldometer.