COVID-19 pregnancy data in the United States: July 18 update


Data on COVID-19 during pregnancy, as reported by the CDC, in collaboration with state, local, and territorial health departments and external partners.

Here’s the latest data, updated on July 18, 2022:

  • New cases the week of July 2: 546
  • New cases the week of July 9: 217

From Jan. 22, 2020 to July 18, 2022:

  • Total pregnant women with COVID-19: 224,587
  • Total deaths: 305
  • Total hospitalized cases: 34,527
  • Total cases admitted to the ICU: 672
  • Required invasive ventilation: 148
  • Required ECMO: 42

Pregnant women with COVID-19 by Race/Ethnicity from Jan. 22, 2020 to June 20, 2022:

  • Hispanic/Latinx: 70,691
  • Asian, Non-Hispanic: 6,604
  • Black, Non-Hispanic: 28,143
  • White, Non-Hispanic: 77,564
  • Multiple or other race, Non-Hispanic: 9,407
Find previous data and the latest COVID-19 updates from Contemporary OB/GYN® here.
Data is updated weekly, or as it becomes available, based on data collected by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The cases reported are only confirmed cases with laboratory evidence of SARS-CoV-2 infection. CDC’s case numbers are validated through a confirmation process with each jurisdiction.
The CDC’s Coronavirus Resource Center is a resource with the latest information on COVID-19 testing, vaccines, hospitalizations, deaths, and other vital statistics. Data on COVID-19 during pregnancy comes from the CDC’s COVID-19 Data Tracker.
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