The US has reported 50 deaths from the coronavirus as of Friday: 37 in Washington state, five in California, three in Florida, and one each in New Jersey, South Dakota, Georgia, Colorado, and Kansas.
The country’s case tally has passed 2,200, with cases reported in at least 49 states and Washington, DC. 
The World Health Organization declared the outbreak a pandemic on Wednesday, and on Friday, President Donald Trump declared a national emergency in response to the pandemic.
On Wednesday, March 11, Trump has announced a 30-day travel ban for people traveling from Europe, excluding the United Kingdom. US citizens and permanent residents and some of their immediate family will be exempt.
Because county- and state-level health authorities are reporting the latest case counts before the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) does, Business Insider is tallying those local reports and updating this story live to give a comprehensive picture of where — and to what degree — the coronavirus is spreading in the US.
The virus, which originated in Wuhan, China, in December, causes a respiratory disease known as COVID-19. Over 5,400 people have died and over 144,000 others have been infected, many of whom were in China. Cases have been recorded in more than 110 countries.
For the latest global case totals, death tolls, and travel information, see Business Insider’s live updates here.
Here’s everything we know about the coronavirus in the US — in the list below, states are ordered by their number of cases.
Note: This post was last updated at 10:22 p.m. ET on Friday, March 13.