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American cities and Covid-19
By City Mayors Research


IN THIS SECTION: Introduction ||| Covid-19 ranking of US cities ||| US cities with most Covid-19 cases ||| US cities with most Covid-19 related deaths ||| Ranking of US cities by Covid-19 cases per 100,000 residents ||| Ranking of US cities by Covid-19 related deaths per 100,000 residents ||| Ranking of US cities with highest and lowest deaths as percentage of total cases |||



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The top five cities include New York City, Detroit, New Orleans, Boston and Philadelphia. The five least affected cities include Sacramento, San Francisco, Kansas City, Jacksonville and San Antonio.


Rank
Cities & population
in millions
Covid-19 cases
No of deaths
Cases per 100,000 residents
Deaths per 100,000 residents
1
New York City
Popl: 8.4m
223,000
22,750
2654.8
270.8
2
Detroit with Wayne County
Popl: 1.75m
23,840
2,750
1362.3
157.1
3
New Orleans
Popl: 0.39m
8,477
544
2173.6
139.5
4
Boston with Suffolk County
Popl: 0.8m
20,230
1,020
2516.2
126.9
5
Philadelphia City and County
Popl: 1.59m
27,345
1,637
1725.2
103.3
6
Chicago with Cook County
Popl: 5,15m
95,000
4,695
1844.7
91.2
7
Washington DC Popl: 0.7m
10,743
568
1521.7
80.5
8
Indianapolis with Marion County
Popl: 0.97m
12,055
734
1249.2
76.1
9
Minneapolis with Hennepin County
Popl: 1.27m
13,060
790
1028.3
62.2
10
Baltimore
Popl: 0.62m
8,262
363
1332.6
58.5
11
Denver City & County
Popl: 0.69m
7,760
395
1124.6
57.2
12
Miami-Dade County
Popl: 2.7m
58,400
1,120
2163.0
41.5
USA Total
Popl: 328m
3,240,000
135,000
987.8
41.2
13
Los Angeles City & County
Popl: 10.1m
127,000
3,740
1257.4
37.0
14
Columbus with Franklin County
Popl: 1.3m
11,433
443
879.5
34.1
15
Atlanta with Fulton county
Popl: 1.07m
10,025
323
941.3
30.3
16
Seattle with King County
Popl: 2.25m
11,635
635
517.1
28.2
17
Memphis with Shelby
County Popl: 0.94m
13,140
220
1402.3
23.5
18
Phoenix/Mesa with Maricopa
County Popl: 4.49m
76,300
1,050
1701.2
23.4
19
Nashville with Davidson
County Popl: 0.7m
13,810
145
1987.1
20.9
20
El Paso City & County
Popl: 0.84m
8,746
150
1041.2
17.9
21
Dallas City & County
Popl: 2.6m
31,525
455
1212.5
17.5
22
Charlotte with Mecklenburg County
Popl: 1.1m
14,157
163
1287.0
14.8
23
San Diego City & County
Popl: 3.34m
18,926
420
566.6
12.6
24
Forth Worth with Tarrant County
Popl: 2.1m
17,335
262
825.5
12.5
25
Tulsa City & County
Popl: 0.65m
4,830
75
740.8
11.5
26
San Jose with Santa Clara County
Popl: 1.78m
5,863
167
329.0
9.4
27
Houston with Harris County
Popl:4.7m
42,000
439
893.6
9.3
28
Portland with Multnomah County
Popl: 0.81m
2,730
75
335.8
9.2
29
Oakland with Alameda County
Popl: 1.67m
7,510
150
449.7
9.0
30
Oklahoma City and County
Popl: 0.8m
4,380
72
549.6
9.0
31
Fresno City & County
Popl: 1.0m
7,910
88
791.0
8.8
32
San Antonio with Bexar County
Popl: 2.0m
18,614
166
930.7
8.3
33
Jacksonville with Duval County
Popl: 0.96m
11,775
75
1229.1
7.8
34
Kansas City with Jackson County
Popl:0.7m
1,615
44
229.7
6.3
35
San Francisco City & County
Popl: 0.88m
4,319
50
488.6
5.7
36
Sacramento City & County
Popl: 1.55m
5,155
80
332.6
5.2

Research note: The research was carried out between 10 and 12 July 2020. At the time of the research the number of infections still rose strongly in several southern and western US states. Because of an average time delay of some two weeks between the appearance of Covid-19 symptoms and possible death, it is likely that the death numbers in the affected states will rise significantly during the coming weeks. It should also be noted that most US states report actual and probable Covid-19 deaths but some states, such as Texas, only report actual deaths that have been verified by testing.

IN THIS SECTION: Introduction ||| Covid-19 ranking of US cities ||| US cities with most Covid-19 cases ||| US cities with most Covid-19 related deaths ||| Ranking of US cities by Covid-19 cases per 100,000 residents ||| Ranking of US cities by Covid-19 related deaths per 100,000 residents ||| Ranking of US cities with highest and lowest deaths as percentage of total cases |||

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