Testing Data in the U.S.
Updated May 28, 2020
|TOTAL TESTS REPORTED|
|POSITIVE TESTS REPORTED|
|% OF POSITIVE TESTS|
Tests for COVID-19
- Viral tests tell you if you currently have an infection with SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. A positive test result means you have an infection.
- For more information on viral tests for COVID-19, see our Viral Testing page.
- Antibody blood tests, also called antibody tests, check your blood by looking for antibodies, which show if you had a previous infection with the virus.
- For more information on antibody tests for COVID-19, see our Antibody Testing page.
About the Data
- These data are compiled from a number of sources. Not all tests are reported to CDC.
- The number of positive tests in a state is not equal to the number of cases, as one person may be tested more than once.
CDC has moved the following information to the Previous U.S. Testing Data.
- Public Health Laboratory Testing for COVID-19,
- Number of specimens tested for SARS CoV-2 by CDC labs and U.S. public health laboratories
Page last reviewed: May 28, 2020