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Your morning briefing of news, data, opinion pieces, videos, and other resources to help you through the Covid-19 pandemic

Statistics: U.S. data thru Friday 5/22

Statistics: U.S. data thru 5/1

Data from the 33 states that are tracking and reporting each day on their number of hospitalized Covid-19 patients:

Data from the 33 states that are tracking and reporting each day on their number of hospitalized Covid-19 patients:

Data from the 33 states that are tracking and reporting each day on their number of hospitalized Covid-19 patients:

Statistics: U.S. data thru 4/26

(1) In the top row above, you can see in the U.S. overall, total cases and deaths to date grew 3% and 2% on Sunday respectively. (That’s down from 3% and 4% the previous Sunday.)

(2) New York State’s cases and deaths grew 2% and 2% on that same day respectively. (That’s also down from 3% and 4% the previous Sunday).

(3) The U.S. states with a double-digit % increase in cases yesterday were Nebraska (fourth straight day) and Delaware.  (Math note: A consistent 10.5% daily increase in a statistic means that it doubles weekly.)

(4) The U.S. states with a double-digit % increase in deaths were South Dakota and, for the third day in a row, Minnesota.  

(5) In terms of the number of tests that have been conducted to date, as a percentage of the population Rhode Island is doing best, followed by New York, Massachusetts, and Utah (jumping ahead of Louisiana).  

This table of U.S. states is sorted in descending order of Covid-19 cases identified to date, using data through Sunday, April 26th Note that the data columns are sortable — just click once or twice in the header at the top of the column to sort the table by that column in ascending or descending order. We suggest that sorting by the columns labeled “per 1M pop.” in descending order is the best way to reveal which states are most affected by the Covid-19 crisis to date.  (For example, while California ranks near the top of the list in total cases and deaths to date, this is largely due to the state’s huge population — it ranks much lower when you look at cases and deaths per million population.)  Sorting by either of the final two columns (yesterday’s % increase) in descending order shows which states are having trouble containing their spread at the moment. (Data source: Worldometers.info.)

Pop. in millions ("M")% of pop. testedStateCASES to dateNEW cases just addedCases per 1M pop.Cases per 1M rankDEATHS to dateNEW deaths just addedDeaths per 1M pop.Deaths per 1M rankCASES one-day pctg. increaseDEATHS one-day pctg. increase
331.01.65%TOTAL (or avg.)987,16026,5092,98255,4131,1571673%2%
19.64.10%New York293,9915,67814,985#122,2753671,135#12%2%
8.92.51%New Jersey109,0383,51512,277#25,93875669#23%1%
6.83.46%Massachusetts54,9381,5908,043#32,899169424#43%6%
12.81.68%Illinois43,9032,1263,424#101,93359151#105%3%
39.21.26%California43,5411,1901,112#341,7183244#313%2%
12.81.55%Pennsylvania42,7081,0113,339#111,82319143#112%1%
10.01.57%Michigan37,7785753,794#93,31541333#62%1%
20.61.68%Florida31,5286891,531#231,0741952#222%2%
4.73.05%Louisiana26,7732615,741#61,72926371#51%2%
3.62.23%Connecticut25,2696877,055#41,92462537#33%3%
27.90.99%Texas24,981786896#416541323#423%2%
10.31.19%Georgia23,4812652,280#15916989#161%1%
6.01.61%Maryland18,5818153,095#1291035152#95%4%
11.60.99%Ohio15,9633761,371#267281763#202%2%
6.61.23%Indiana15,0126172,262#1681328122#144%4%
7.32.41%Washington13,5212021,854#1874911103#152%1%
5.51.14%Colorado13,4414732,430#146808123#134%1%
8.40.90%Virginia12,9706041,542#224481253#215%3%
6.72.22%Tennessee9,6674781,453#24181327#405%2%
10.21.06%North Carolina8,994241886#423252032#383%7%
1.15.05%Rhode Island7,4393107,040#522611214#84%5%
6.11.10%Missouri7,0291481,154#31283046#282%0%
6.90.93%Arizona6,526246939#39275240#334%1%
4.91.51%Alabama6,4182051,319#29219645#293%3%
5.81.13%Wisconsin5,9112241,023#37272647#254%2%
3.02.03%Mississippi5,9111931,978#17227676#173%3%
5.01.02%South Carolina5,4902371,108#35174835#365%5%
3.11.15%Iowa5,4763841,748#19118638#348%5%
2.91.57%Nevada4,602631,574#21206270#191%1%
3.03.14%Utah4,1231751,354#2841013#474%0%
4.41.09%Kentucky4,074169918#40208347#254%1%
0.92.03%Delaware4,0344584,249#81208126#1213%7%
0.72.64%District Of Columbia3,8411425,611#717813260#74%8%
5.51.07%Minnesota3,602156652#462722849#245%11%
3.91.35%Oklahoma3,25360830#44195150#232%1%
2.90.87%Kansas3,174391,091#36120041#321%0%
1.91.18%Nebraska3,0282961,590#2056329#3911%6%
3.01.32%Arkansas3,001921,003#3850217#463%4%
2.12.71%New Mexico2,726661,303#3099647#252%6%
4.11.20%Oregon2,31158566#4891422#443%5%
0.91.80%South Dakota2,212652,559#1311113#473%10%
1.71.15%Idaho1,897101,124#3356033#371%0%
1.31.32%New Hampshire1,864771,387#2560045#294%0%
1.82.14%West Virginia1,04419571#4734119#452%3%
1.31.33%Maine1,01525762#4550038#343%0%
0.82.72%North Dakota867641,153#3217123#428%6%
0.62.37%Vermont85181,362#2746074#181%0%
1.42.06%Hawaii6062426#5114010#520%0%
0.61.31%Wyoming50229863#437012#506%0%
1.01.23%Montana4483430#5014013#471%0%
0.72.19%Alaska3412462#499012#501%0%
3.40.34%Puerto Rico1,37164405#5284125#415%1%

Various data-tracking websites:

STAT’s Covid-19 Tracker

As the virus that causes Covid-19 spreads worldwide, this dashboard offers a snapshot of the crisis right now. Click on...

Reuters interactive U.S. map (by county)

To use this interactive map from Reuters, click https://graphics.reuters.com/HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS-USA/0100B5K8423/index.html

Worldometers.info

New cases yesterday by country and state Great data source supported by a worldwide collective. Click on...

IHME projections

"The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) is an independent population health research center at UW Medicine, part of the University of...
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