The United States has passed 10 million coronavirus cases, according to Johns Hopkins University's tally.
There have been at least 10,018,278 cases of Covid-19 in the US and at least 237,742 people have died.
So far today, Johns Hopkins has reported 50,123 new cases and 172 reported deaths. The totals include cases from all 50 states, the District of Columbia and other US territories, as well as repatriated cases.
This is the fastest the United States has added one million new cases since the pandemic began.
JHU recorded the first case of coronavirus in the United States on January 21.
- 98 days later, on April 28, the US hit 1 million cases
- 44 days later, on June 11, the US hit 2 million cases
- 27 days later, on July 8, the US hit 3 million cases
- 15 days later, on July 23, the US hit 4 million cases
- 17 days later, on August 9, the US hit 5 million cases
- 22 days later, on August 31, the US hit 6 million cases
- 25 days later, on September 25, the US hit 7 million cases
- 21 days later on October 16, the US hit 8 million cases
- 14 days later, on October 30, the US hit 9 million cases
- 10 days later, on November 9, the US hit 10 million cases
Eight other countries in the world have reported over 1 million total Covid-19 cases:
- India has over 8 million total cases
- Brazil has over 5 million total cases
- Russia, France, Spain, Argentina, the United Kingdom, and Colombia each have over 1 million total cases
Track Covid-19's spread across the US here: