COVID-19 confirmed cases in public safety, local government

The coronavirus pandemic is starting to take its toll on the men and women on the front lines


Due to the sheer volume of first responder diagnoses, we have made the difficult decision to discontinue updating this page. We are, however, continuing to keep track of COVID-related deaths among public safety and local government personnel here

Updated April 1, 2020

The United States has now confirmed more than 190,000 cases of COVID-19, 4,127 of which have resulted in death. And as the days, weeks and months progress, public health experts only expect these numbers to rise. 

While governments across the country are closing non-essential businesses and ordering citizens to shelter in place, first responders, healthcare workers, corrections officers and local officials are on the frontlines, serving their communities. 

What follows is a compilation of the reports of public safety personnel diagnosed with COVID-19. For cities with multiple diagnoses, the links are ordered chronologically, with the top being the most recent.

First Responder COVID-19 Diagnoses

Following is a list of first responders diagnosed with COVID-19.

alabama

 

Arizona

 

California

 

Colorado

 

Connecticut

 

florida

 

georgia 

 

Illinois

 

Kansas

 

Kentucky

 

louisiana

 

Maine

 

Maryland

 

Massachusetts 

 

Michigan

 

Minnesota

 

Mississippi

 

Missouri

 

Nebraska

 

New Jersey

 

New York

 

north carolina

 

Ohio

 

oklahoma

 

oregon

 

Pennsylvania

 

Rhode Island

 

Tennessee 

 

Texas

 

virginia

 

Washington

 

Washington D.C.  

 

Wisconsin

 

COVID-19 Public Safety Deaths

Following is a list of public safety providers who have died after contracting COVID-19.

California

 

michigan

 

new jersey 

 

New York

 

north carolina

 

tennessee 

 

Washington, D.C.

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