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Coronavirus live updates: US death toll tops 105,000 as total cases sail past 1.8 million

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US coronavirus cases eclipse 1.8M, deaths top 105K

Published 12:41 a.m. EDT June 2: The number of novel coronavirus cases in the United States climbed past 1.8 million early Tuesday across all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

According to a , there are at least 1,811,357 confirmed U.S. cases of the virus, which have resulted in at least 105,160 deaths.

The hardest-hit states remain New York with 371,711 cases and 29,917 deaths and New Jersey with 160,918 cases and 11,723 deaths. Massachusetts, with 100,805 cases, has the third-highest number of deaths with 7,035, while Illinois has the third-highest number of cases with 121,234. Only 15 states and territories have confirmed fewer than 5,000 cases each.

Six other states have now confirmed at least 53,000 novel coronavirus cases each, including:

· California: 114,733 cases, resulting in 4,217 deaths

· Pennsylvania: 76,646 cases, resulting in 5,567 deaths

· Texas: 65,593 cases, resulting in 1,683 deaths

· Michigan: 57,532 cases, resulting in 5,516 deaths

· Florida: 56,830 cases, resulting in 2,460 deaths

· Maryland: 53,327 cases, resulting in 2,552 deaths

Meanwhile, Georgia, Virginia, Connecticut and Louisiana each has confirmed at least 40,000 cases; Ohio and Indiana each has confirmed at least 34,000 cases; North Carolina, Colorado, Minnesota, Tennessee, Washington and Arizona each has confirmed at least 20,000 cases, followed by Iowa with 19,699; Alabama and Wisconsin each has confirmed at least 18,000 cases, followed by Mississippi with 15,752; Rhode Island and Nebraska each has confirmed at least 14,000 cases, followed by Missouri with 13,724, South Carolina with 12,148 and Kentucky with 10,046; Utah, Kansas and Delaware each has confirmed at least 9,000 cases; the District of Columbia and Nevada each has confirmed at least 8,000 cases; New Mexico and Arkansas each has confirmed at least 7,000 cases, followed by Oklahoma with 6,913 and South Dakota with 5,034..

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