There are now 5,976 confirmed cases of the coronovirus, compared with 1,921 cases in March, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

That means more than 3.7 million people have been exposed to the virus.

More than 11 million people had previously been exposed, and more than 8 million people are in quarantine, according the CDC.

The pandemic is sweeping through the United States, with more than 300,000 cases and more 1,400 deaths in the U.S. as of Monday.

People who are currently living in or visiting the U: 8.2 million people in the United Sates, up from 836,000 in March and 1,664,000 as of Sunday.

People who have returned from the U.: 3.1 million, up 5.6% from last month.

People aged 50 and older: 2.6 million, down 7.4% from the same month last year.

People without a job: 1 million, the lowest in nearly three years.

The CDC said Monday that more than 50% of the cases of COVID-19 were caused by people with health insurance.

“As of Monday, we know that nearly 2 million people nationwide are under COVID surveillance, including over 400,000 people who are enrolled in state-sponsored coverage for COVID prevention,” the agency said.

What’s happening in California?

California has the most cases, with nearly 9,000 confirmed cases, up 10.3% from March.

More than 1,100 people have died of COVD in the state, according an Associated Press count.

California’s governor, Jerry Brown, on Monday declared a state of emergency and said people are encouraged to seek treatment at community health centers or health clinics.

Some states have expanded their health insurance plans to cover COVID patients, with California’s Medicaid program covering about 1.5 million people, the Associated Press reported.

Why are people in New York?

New York Gov.

Andrew Cuomo has been the governor of New York since 2010, and he took office in January, pledging to “do everything we can” to prevent the spread of COVI in the country.

New York Gov.-elect Bill de Blasio announced Monday that he will seek a second term.

NYC has seen the highest rate of new cases in the nation.

It has more than 1.3 million new cases, or more than 4% of all COVID cases in New England, according Reuters Health.

This is a developing story.

More to come.