Coronavirus in California

These are the 20 American counties with the highest number of fatal cases of COVID-19.
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to worsen in the United States at an astonishingly fast pace. According to the Microsoft Bing COVID-19 Tracker, 363,727 Americans have died, which was up by 3,882...
California confirmed COVID-19 cases have topped 2 million, as they rise at a daily rate similar to the entire United States three months ago.
Los Angeles County, the nation's largest by population, has almost 597,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases. That is more than in all of Canada.
As U.S. COVID-19 deaths race ahead of 300,000 and increase at a rate of as much as 3,000 a day, four states have a large percentage of these fatal cases.
These are the 50 counties where the most Americans have died from COVID-19.
New surges in Los Angeles County could put the daily coronavirus death toll above 8,000, a grim reminder of the grip the disease has on much of America.
California has become the second state to pass the 1 million mark on confirmed COVID-19 cases. Texas passed that mark just days ago.
Several of America's largest counties have borne the brunt of fatal COVID-19 cases. None has been hit harder than Los Angeles County.
One U.S. county has the largest number of cases among them all counties by far. It is the first county where the number of cases has risen above 300,000.
As the third wave of COVID-19 continues through the rest of this year and perhaps into early 2021, it is almost certain that the list of counties with over 1,000 fatal cases will grow.
Global confirmed cases of COVID-19 have reached 38.5 million. At the current rate, global deaths will reach 1.1 million within days.
Global confirmed cases of COVID-19 have reached 38.1 million. Global deaths from the disease are expected to reach 1.1 million within days.
According to the Microsoft Bing COVID-19 Tracker, global confirmed cases of COVID-19 have reached more than 37.5 million.
Over the past few days, more than 1,000 people have died from COVID-19 per day in the United States. At the current pace, the disease will kill 200,000 people by Labor Day, a figure hard to imagine a...