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COVID in the US: Tracking states with the most virus cases, deaths on Jan. 9, 2021

States with the highest number of COVID-19 casesCalifornia - 2,619,829 cases Texas - 1,923,399 cases Florida - 1,449,252 cases New York - 1,101,445 cases Illinois - 1,017,322 cases Ohio - 762,603 cases Georgia - 736,926 cases Pennsylvania - 708,221 cases Tennessee - 640,606 cases North Carolina - 602,774 cases Arizona - 596,251 cases Michigan - 559,655 cases Indiana - 552,594 cases Wisconsin - 544,618 cases New Jersey - 516,608 casesNote: Numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases above include presumptive positive cases. The remaining states listed above reported an increase in virus cases, but have maintained their ranking over the last seven days. States with the highest number of COVID-19 deathsNew York - 39,282 deaths Texas - 29,645 deaths California - 29,106 deaths Florida - 22,666 deaths New Jersey - 19,756 deaths Illinois - 19,108 deaths Pennsylvania - 17,376 deaths Michigan - 13,913 deaths Massachusetts - 12,985 deaths Georgia - 11,314 deaths Arizona - 9,938 deaths Ohio - 9,544 deaths Indiana - 8,892 deaths Louisiana - 7,833 deaths Tennessee - 7,618 deathsSince our last report: California saw the highest weekly increase in virus deaths of all states, reporting more than 2,500 new deaths since last week. All states listed above reported an increase in virus deaths, but have maintained their ranking over the last seven days. MORE: Global COVID: Tracking countries with the most virus cases, deaths on Jan. 9, 2021Click here for the latest coronavirus news