Washington state becomes the worst hit as 36 US states report coronavirus cases. Here are the states

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Information on this page is correct, March 9. There is an update. Visit link at the end of the page for updates. Read on..

The coronavirus crisis spawned new anxiety Monday in the US as confirmed cases soared. Different state governments are working hard to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus in the US.

Currently, there are at least 717 cases and 26 deaths reported across 36 states of the US and the District of Columbia as of 9 p.m. ET on March 9.

Here are the number of cases from each state, not including those who were repatriated.

Arizona: 6

California: 105 (including two deaths)

Colorado: 11

Connecticut: 2

District of Columbia: 1

Florida: 14 (including two deaths)

Georgia: 12

Hawaii: 2

Illinois: 11

Indiana: 4

Iowa: 8

Kansas: 2

Kentucky: 6

Louisiana: 1

Maryland: 6

Massachusetts: 41

Minnesota: 2

Missouri: 1

Nebraska: 3

Nevada: 4

New Hampshire: 4

New Jersey: 11

New York: 142

North Carolina: 7

Ohio: 3

Oklahoma: 1

Oregon: 14

Pennsylvania: 10

Rhode Island: 3

South Carolina: 7

Tennessee: 4

Texas: 13

Utah: 1

Vermont: 1

Virginia: 2

Washington state: 180 (including 22 deaths)

Wisconsin: 2

The above details are correct at Monday night, March 9.

In collaboration with the Center for Disease Control and the World Health Organization, the Johns Hopkins Center for Systems Science and Engineering, updates the daily Coronavirus statistics worldwide through this link 

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