The Military's Coronavirus Cases: The Latest Rundown

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A Department of Health employee trains New York Army National Guard Soldiers.
A Department of Health employee trains New York Army National Guard Soldiers to register people on iPads at a drive-through COVID-19 Mobile Testing Center in Glenn Island Park, New Rochelle, Mar. 14, 2020 (U.S. Army National Guard/Sgt. Amouris Coss)

This story was last updated April 3.

As COVID-19 continues to spread to communities across the country, the Department of Defense and the Department of Veterans Affairs are providing daily updates on the number of confirmed and presumptive cases of the virus in the military community, as well as the number of tests administered to military members.

As of April 3, officials said there have now been 1,752 total cases of COVID-19, also known as the novel coronavirus, within the DoD: 978 military, 256 dependents, 306 civilians and 108 Defense Department contractors. In addition, 73 military members, 12 dependents, 11 civilians and two contractors have recovered, and six DoD-connected personnel have died.

Of the current cases, 84 have required hospitalization, officials said: 34 service members, 30 civilians, 16 dependents and four contractors.

DoD began releasing service-specific case data April 3. There are now 277 Army cases; 230 Air Force cases; 73 Marine Corps cases; and 322 Navy cases. There are also 76 cases within the Army National Guard.

The Defense Department announced the first military-connected coronavirus death March 22: a DoD contractor based in Falls Church, Virginia who worked for the Defense Security Cooperation Agency.

The first military dependent died March 26 at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia.

On March 30, the Defense Department announced the first death of a U.S. service member from the disease: Capt. Douglas Linn Hickok, 57, of the New Jersey Army National Guard.

These are some of the cases for which public information is publicly available:

Marine Corps

Navy

Army

Air Force

On March 14, the Department of Veterans Affairs announced the first VA-connected fatality due to coronavirus: a veteran in his 70s in the VA Portland, Oregon, health care system who had "underlying health issues."

As of April 3, VA is also tracking 2,184 total positive cases among veterans. It is no longer breaking the numbers down by presumptive positives and positives confirmed by the CDC. A total of 78 veterans tracked by the VA have died.

Their locations and status are as follows:

Positive VA cases

  • Alaska VAHSRO (Anchorage AK): 2 outpatient
  • Alexandria, LA: 3 outpatient
  • Amarillo HCS (Amarillo TX): 1 inpatient
  • Ann Arbor, MI: 16 inpatient, 14 outpatient
  • Asheville, NC: 1 outpatient
  • Atlanta, GA: 14 inpatient, 53 outpatient
  • Augusta, GA: 3 inpatient, 4 outpatient
  • Battle Creek, MI: 1 outpatient
  • Bay Pines, FL: 2 inpatient, 4 outpatient
  • Bedford, MA: 3 outpatient
  • Biloxi, MS: 1 inpatient
  • Birmingham, AL: 3 inpatient, 2 outpatient
  • Black Hills HCS (Fort Meade SD): 1 outpatient
  • Boise, ID: 1 inpatient
  • Boston HCS (Boston): 5 inpatient, 15 outpatient
  • Bronx, NY: 18 inpatient, 80 outpatient
  • Butler, PA: 1 outpatient
  • Central Alabama HCS (Montgomery AL): 3 inpatient, 1 outpatient
  • Central Arkansas HCS (Little Rock AR): 2 inpatient, 4 outpatient
  • Central California HCS (Fresno CA): 2 outpatient
  • Central Plains HCS (Omaha NE): 4 inpatient, 6 outpatient
  • Central Texas HCS (Temple TX): 2 outpatient
  • Cheyenne WY: 5 outpatient
  • Chicago (Westside), IL: 10 inpatient, 47 outpatient
  • Chillicothe, OH: 1 outpatient
  • Cincinnati, OH: 2 inpatient, 18 outpatient
  • Clarksburg, WV: 1 inpatient
  • Cleveland, OH: 8 inpatient, 15 outpatient
  • Coatesville, PA: 2 outpatient
  • Columbia, SC: 4 inpatient, 19 outpatient
  • Columbus, OH: 1 outpatient
  • Connecticut HCS (Westhaven): 14 inpatient, 34 outpatient
  • Dayton, OH: 1 inpatient, 3 outpatient
  • Detroit, MI: 25 inpatient, 59 outpatient
  • Durham, NC: 1 outpatient
  • Eastern Colorado HCS (Denver CO): 5 inpatient, 65 outpatient
  • Erie, PA: 1 outpatient
  • Fargo, ND: 1 inpatient, 1 outpatient
  • Fayetteville, NC: 5 outpatient
  • Grand Junction, CO: 1 outpatient
  • Greater Los Angeles HCS (Los Angeles CA): 20 inpatient, 10 outpatient
  • Hampton, VA: 16 inpatient, 9 outpatient
  • Hines, IL: 2 inpatient, 10 outpatient
  • Houston, TX: 6 inpatient, 6 outpatient
  • Hudson Valley HCS (Castle Point, Montrose): 22 inpatient, 25 outpatient
  • Huntington, WV: 3 inpatient
  • Indianapolis, IN: 37 inpatient, 28 outpatient
  • Jackson, MS: 3 outpatient
  • Lebanon, PA: 7 outpatient
  • Lexington, KY: 1 inpatient, 2 outpatient
  • Loma Linda, CA: 8 outpatient
  • Long Beach HCS (Long Beach CA): 7 inpatient, 14 outpatient
  • Louisville, KY: 4 inpatient, 11 outpatient
  • Madison, WI: 3 outpatient
  • Martinsburg, WV: 1 inpatient, 2 outpatient
  • Maryland HCS (Baltimore MD): 1 inpatient, 3 outpatient
  • Memphis, TN: 1 inpatient, 6 outpatient
  • Miami, FL: 15 inpatient, 18 outpatient
  • Milwaukee, WI: 19 inpatient, 18 outpatient
  • Minneapolis, MN: 1 inpatient, 9 outpatient
  • Montana HCS (Fort Harrison MT): 1 outpatient
  • Mountain Home, TN: 6 outpatient
  • Muskogee, OK: 2 outpatient
  • N. Florida/S. Georgia HCS (Gainesville FL): 2 inpatient, 5 outpatient
  • New Jersey HCS (East Orange): 23 inpatient, 62 outpatient
  • New Mexico HCS (Albuquerque NM): 1 inpatient, 4 outpatient
  • New Orleans, LA: 42 inpatient, 304 outpatient
  • New York HHS (Brooklyn): 47 inpatient, 78 outpatient
  • North Chicago, IL: 1 inpatient, 54 outpatient
  • North Texas HCS (Dallas TX): 5 inpatient, 2 outpatient
  • Northampton, MA: 4 outpatient
  • Northern Arizona HCS (Prescott AZ): 4 outpatient
  • Northern California HCS (Martinez CA): 1 inpatient, 9 outpatient
  • Northern Indiana HCS (Marion, IN): 1 inpatient
  • Northport, NY: 18 inpatient, 30 outpatient
  • Oklahoma City, OK: 1 inpatient, 2 outpatient
  • Orlando, FL: 6 inpatient, 27 outpatient
  • Palo Alto HCS (Palo Alto CA): 3 inpatient, 11 outpatient
  • Philadelphia, PA: 3 inpatient, 19 outpatient
  • Phoenix, AZ: 3 inpatient, 1 outpatient
  • Pittsburgh HCS (Pittsburgh PA): 3 inpatient, 1 outpatient
  • Portland, OR: 3 inpatient, 3 outpatient
  • Puget Sound HCS (Seattle WA): 5 inpatient, 25 outpatient
  • Richmond, VA: 3 inpatient, 27 outpatient
  • Roseburg HCS (Roseburg OR): 1 outpatient
  • Salisbury, NC: 1 outpatient
  • Salt Lake City HCS (Salt Lake City UT): 5 outpatient
  • San Diego HCS (San Diego CA): 18 outpatient
  • San Francisco, CA: 2 inpatient, 4 outpatient
  • San Juan, PR: 3 inpatient, 33 outpatient
  • Shreveport, LA: 4 inpatient, 13 outpatient
  • Sierra Nevada HCS (Reno NV): 2 inpatient
  • Sioux Falls SD: 2 outpatient
  • South Texas HCS (San Antonio TX): 5 inpatient, 2 outpatient
  • Southern Arizona HCS (Tucson AZ): 4 inpatient, 3 outpatient
  • Southern Nevada HCS (Las Vegas NV): 5 inpatient, 10 outpatient
  • Spokane, WA: 2 inpatient, 1 outpatient
  • Tampa, FL: 3 inpatient, 4 outpatient
  • Tennessee Valley HCS (Nashville TN): 3 inpatient, 14 outpatient
  • Togus ME: 1 outpatient
  • Tomah, WI: 1 outpatient
  • Upstate New York HCS: 6 inpatient, 18 outpatient
  • VA Heartland East (Saint Louis MO): 11 inpatient, 7 outpatient
  • VA Heartland West (Kansas City MO): 4 inpatient, 14 outpatient
  • VA Pacific Islands HCS (Honolulu HI): 1 outpatient
  • Washington DC: 17 inpatient, 40 outpatient
  • West Palm Beach, FL: 5 inpatient, 2 outpatient
  • White River Junction VT: 2 outpatient
  • Wilkes-Barre, PA: 4 outpatient
  • Wilmington DE: 1 inpatient, 7 outpatient

VA officials say they have administered more than 22,251 coronavirus tests to date, and add they believe they have enough to meet demand.

Troops or veterans who believe they have symptoms of the virus, which can include shortness of breath, fever and a cough, are advised to call their health care provider or VA facility right away. Military members are also advised to stay home and notify their supervisor.

-- Hope Hodge Seck can be reached at hope.seck@military.com. Follow her on Twitter at @HopeSeck.

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