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Cumulative Coronavirus cases in the U.S. grew to 367k as of April 6. While the country reported about 30k new infections on Monday, April 6, there is a possibility that the rate of growth is slowing as daily new cases dropped from 34k on April 4.The 30k infections for the day translates into about 92 new cases added per million people in the country.Notably, Italy and Germany too have made progress in bringing down daily new cases, adding just 59 cases/million and 39 cases/million respectively on Monday, down by 40-50% compared to 2 weeks ago.Per our analysis, if infections in the U.S. trend in line with Italy and Germany via increased social distancing, testing and other measures, it's likely that cumulative U.S. cases will peak off at levels of about 730k by early May. You can modify our projections for New U.S. cases per million to arrive at your own estimate for Total U.S. Coronavirus cases by modifying the charts below. For our previous projections and updates prior to 4/1/20, view our dashboard
Forecasting U.S. Coronavirus Cases Based On Italy & Germany's Trajectory
U.S. daily new cases per million declined from 104 on April 4th to 92 on April 6th. If the number continues to decline, following Italy's trend over the past 2 weeks, it's likely that daily new cases per million will come in levels of 50 by mid April. This could mean that cumulative cases could flatten off at ~730k by early May.
You can modify the number of new U.S. daily cases per million (Data points in blue) to arrive at your own estimates for total Coronavirus cases in the U.S.
U.S. Daily New Cases per Million (April Projection)
Projected U.S. Daily New Cases
Projected U.S. Cumulative Cases
Reference Data: Worldometers, Coronavirus Updates