Nearly 91% of the US population is under a stay at home or shelter in place order that is in effect or scheduled to go into effect, according to a CNN count. That percentage translates to at least 298,589,452 people in the US.
The new count adds US territories; Puerto Rico and US Virgin Islands
The 12 states that do not have statewide stay at home orders include:
Alabama, Arkansas, Iowa, Missouri, North Dakota, Nebraska, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah and Wyoming.
The count of nearly 91% includes, states, local city and county orders as well. The numbers were tallied using US census data.
CORRECTION: This post has been updated to reflect that nearly 91% of Americans are under stay-at-home orders as of 12:37 p.m. ET.