Coronavirus cases broken down by U.S. state, plus policies, travel restrictions, closures, and more.
As the United States is collectively practicing social distancing and isolating as much as possible during the coronavirus outbreak, each state has implemented its own rules on top of federal guidance.
In talks of reopening the economy and lightening restrictions around lockdowns and quarantines, the Trump administration has left it up to state governments in terms of how they’d like to proceed, according to CNN.
Travel has been put on the back burner and in many places small novelties like taking a walk have become monumental means of escapism. This new world may be temporary, but for now it is absolutely necessary as confirmed cases in the U.S. climbed to more than 2,400,000, including more than 124,000 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University, which tracks the virus.
Below is a state-by-state breakdown of the number of cases and policies in place. For the number of coronavirus cases in each state, please see their official state or health department websites listed for the most updated information. (Read Full Article)